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Nicolas Frankel11/14/12
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Devoxx 2012 – Day 3

Day three at Devoxx included talks on Securing the Client-side and Home Automation for Geeks.

James Roper11/14/12
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Iteratees for Imperative Programmers

When I first heard the word iteratee, I thought it was a joke. Turns out, it wasn't a joke, in fact there are also enumerators (that's ok) and enumeratees (you're killing me).

Tomasz Nurkiewicz11/14/12
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Non-Blocking I/O - Discovering Akka

Akka can easily handle hundreds of thousands of messages per second using just a handful of threads if you follow an important rule.

Gary Sieling11/14/12
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Building a Naive Bayes Classifier in the Browser Using Map-Reduce

The last decade of Javascript performance improvements in the browser provide exciting possibilities for distributed computing. Like SETI and Folding@Home, client-side javascript could be used to build a distributed super-computer, although at the risk of compromising data security and consistency.

Amresh Singh11/14/12
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Composite Keys in Cassandra

A composite key consists of one or more primary key fields. Each field must be of data type supported by underlying data-store.

Matt O'Keefe11/14/12
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Monitoring at eBay: Big Data Problems

This is a Big Data talk with Monitoring as the context. The problem domain includes operational management, triaging, and business monitoring.

Paul Hammant11/14/12
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Testability and Cost of Change

Google, by my reckoning, had an incredibly low cost-of-change engineering setup. They achieved this by having an incredible build infrastructure, a hard-core focus of development best practices, and a rabid code approval rule-set than meant that all devs became better all the time.

Arthur Charpentier11/14/12
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Election Analytics, Tetris, and More Data Links of the Week

This week's links from Arthur Charpentier take a look at analytics in the wake of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, why Tetris is so compelling, and more.

Casey Watson11/14/12
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Windows Azure Execution Models: SaaS (Web Sites)

If you are simply looking to deploy a web application to the cloud and let Azure’s built-in infrastructure handle the majority of the maintenance for you then Azure’s Web Sites option may be the right choice for you.

Marcin Grzejszczak11/13/12
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Spring JMS, Message Automatic conversion, JMS Template

In one of my projects I was supposed to create a message router that like all routers was supposed to take the JMS messages from one topic and put it into another one.

Krishna Prasad11/13/12
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Harnessing a New Java Web Dev Stack: Play 2.0, Akka, Comet

Disclaimer: I am still learning Play 2.0, please point to me if something is incorrect.

Eren Avşaroğulları11/13/12
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Coherence Event Processing by using Map Trigger Feature

This article shows how to process Coherence events by using Map Triggers

Yohan Liyanage11/13/12
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Integration Testing with MongoDB & Spring Data

Integration Testing is an often overlooked area in enterprise development. This is primarily due to the associated complexities in setting up the necessary infrastructure for an integration test.

Arun Manivannan11/13/12
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Your's Deeply - Why Arrays.deepEquals When We Have Arrays.equals

While everybody would naturally accept the following lines of code on grounds of reference equality and value equality and that String and wrappers override the equals method, it takes some effort at first to accept the behavior of Arrays.equals and Arrays.deepEquals

Pedro Duque Vieira11/13/12
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Metro style Check Box for Java (JMetro)

Here is an update to JMetro: the Checkbox with a metro style.