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Jim Highsmith03/18/13
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Organizing for Innovation

One of the constant questions I get goes something like, “Should we create a separate agile group, team, department, product team, or plan our agile transformation within our current organization?”

Hubert Klein Ikkink03/18/13
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Grails Goodness: Use Constructor Argument Based Dependency Injection with resources.groovy

We can define extra Spring beans for our Grails application in grails-app/conf/spring/resources.groovy using a DSL. For example we want to use third-party classes as Spring components.

Craig Flichel03/18/13
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Using Obsidian Maintenance Jobs

When we began development on Obsidian Scheduler, one of its key objectives was transparency.

Eric Genesky03/18/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2013/3/18)

Check out a drive-by SQL injection attack and get inspire by 11 viral resumes in today's links you don't want to miss.

Paul Reed03/18/13
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The Ship Show: PaaS, Play or Passé?

As more and more services move into the cloud, organizations are trying to find ways to realize the tenets of “DevOps culture” by making it easier for developers interface directly with their infrastructure.

Max De Marzi03/18/13
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Peeking Behind the Neo4j Lucene Index

Did you know you can write Javascript in the Neo4j console to access the Neo4j API? Try it. Open up your Neo4j Web Admin Console and type . . .

Reza Rahman03/18/13
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AutoCloseable JMS 2 Resources

As the Java EE 7 release date draws closer, blogs and articles covering the new features are beginning to roll in.

Wille Faler03/18/13
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Challenges Scala Must Overcome to Cross the Chasm to the Mainstream

Scala is a wonderful language that I've come to love. Unfortunately, in the last 6 months I've been guilty of being overtly critical at times.

Eyal Lupu03/18/13
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Try-Catch-Resource and the Exception.getSuppressed() Method

In this post I would like to point out some behavioral change related to exception suppression which might affect code migrating from older Java versions.

Roger Hughes03/18/13
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Producers and Consumers - Part 3 Poison Pills

A couple of weeks ago I wrote part 2 of a short series of blogs on the Producer Consumer pattern. This blog focused upon the need to close down my Teletype’s worker thread, fixing a bug in the original code from part 1 of the series.

Nikita Salnikov...03/18/13
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Most Popular Application Servers

This is the second post in the series where we publish statistical data about the Java installations

Mike Cottmeyer03/18/13
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The Two Faces of Agile

Some folks are using agile to invent. They are trying to figure out the right products to build for markets that don’t even know what they want.

Dave Rooney03/18/13
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The Power of Community Agreements and India Driving

From my 30+ years of experience driving in Canada, the U.S. and France, Indian traffic appears to be complete chaos. However, it all just seems to work, and I saw fewer collisions of any sort than I would have seen during a similar 2 week period in Canada. Why is this the case? ... Community Agreements.

Greg Ness03/18/13
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Patching and Testing in the Cloud

Application development, bug fixing, testing and patching the OS on which the application is running are routine tasks for a developer.

Esther Derby 03/18/13
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Self-Awareness Matters: Finding Your Filters

Learning about your own filters builds self-awareness. Knowing what you tend to filter allows you to choose to ignore that information or make a conscious choice to notice it.