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Eric Gregory01/11/13
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An Introduction to Networks for Programmers

This fast-paced video session from JavaZone functions as an introduction to networking fundamentals for programmers.

Greg Duncan01/11/13
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Pulling into the Windows Azure VM Depot

Lots of VMs, even Linux, all ready to be Azured...

Alex Crafts01/11/13
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Building Big Data Pipelines with Hadoop

Here's an in-depth JavaZone tutorial on building big data pipelines: "Using an example of real-time weblog processing, in this session we will demonstrate how the open source Spring for Apache Hadoop project can be used to build manageable and robust pipeline solutions around Hadoop."

René Pickhardt01/11/13
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Semantifying a Mediawiki for Chinese Rock Music

To summarize, for a non-scientific greenhorn experimenting with semantic mediawiki and the semantic data principle in general, a good two months were required to bring our system to the point where it is today.

Charles Moulliard01/11/13
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Run a Google Web Toolkit 2 project on Apache Karaf/ServiceMix

To simplify the development of Web projects on Apache Karaf/Apache ServiceMix, we have created archetypes to setup WAR or WAB projects. They are very basic but they can be enriched with framework like Struts 2, Wicket, plain JSP or MyFaces JSF

Simon Brown01/11/13
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On-Boarding New Team Members

To on board a new employee to get them familiar with your architecture, you'll want to start with some high level diagrams and then let the newbie go at their own pace while having some quality time to watch another developer...

Mitch Pronschinske01/11/13
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API Product Management

Is Product Management different when your product is an API? How do the key people in the API value chain set the tone for product management of APIs? Strategic and tactical considerations for planning, building, and evolving an API to make direct and indirect users successful.

Matthew Turland01/11/13
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On What to Learn

One thing I feel I struggle with is wanting to take on too much. There are so many languages out there, and I would love to learn all of them… How do you balance your time while still staying on top of the game? In your opinion, which languages do you think are the best to focus on?

Chris Spagnuolo01/11/13
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3 Reasons to Use Agile to Increase Value in Tough Times

The main question: What are the documented financial returns of agile? Here are the 3 main financial impacts that your executives will understand...

Nikita Salnikov...01/11/13
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Selecting your Collections Library

Is this really something you should bother? Is there something fundamentally wrong with java.util.ArrayList and java.util.HashMap?

Taha Siddiqi01/11/13
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Changing Locale Based on Domain

With Tapestry one of the advantages is that you can override almost everything but then there are always some parts which are less overridable.

Allen Coin01/10/13
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Debugging with VisualVM and JMX

This is a high-level overview of how Instant Technologies is using VisualVM and JMX to help optimize a Java applications.

Eric Genesky01/10/13
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An OpenShift Tutorial with Node.js and HTML5

Jeremy Osborne of OpenShift recently published a lengthy, in-depth tutorial that will get you working with WebSockets, Node.js, npm, and OpenShift.

Alex Staveley01/10/13
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Scala Function Literals

Functions are an important part of the Scala language. Scala Functions can have a parameter list and can also have a return type.

Ayende Rahien01/10/13
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What's Next for RavenDB

After 2.0, what comes next? RavenDB 2.0 is a massive release, close to 5 thousand commits, 6+ months of work, a team of close to 70 people working on it.