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Asankha Perera11/18/12
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Tomcat: How to Stop Biting When You Can't Chew More

This post illustrates a pure Java program that utilizes Java NIO to stop accepting new messages when one is not able to handle the load, without any dependence on the TCP backlog etc.

Jan Machacek11/18/12
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Purity and Dirty Secrets

I left a dirty secret lurking in my previous post about 2 phase authentication with text messages. I hope many of you felt uneasy reading the val secret = generateSecret line

Tomasz Nurkiewicz11/18/12
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Remote Actors - Discovering Akka

Assume our test application became a huge success and slowly a single server is not capable of handling growing traffic. We are faced with two choices

Jay Fields11/18/12
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Elisp: Automated Switching Between Clojure Test and Source Files

The majority of the work that I do in emacs is Clojure programming. The Clojure navigation support (M-.) is usually all I need, but one thing that I find myself doing manually fairly often is jumping between tests and source.

Roger Hughes11/18/12
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Is Programming the Art of Making the Right Decision?

When you know that your code is going to be read by a good number of programmers, it focuses your mind on trying to provide the best solution possible that’ll demonstrate what you’re talking about

Peter Butkovic11/18/12
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Glassfish 3.1.1 OSE with Hibernate Validator 4.3.0.Final

Hey, how difficult could it be to use hibernate validator 4.3.0.Final with Glassfish 3.1.1 OSE? Sounds like a job for someone else? OK I did it, so feel free to reuse :)

Baruch Sadogursky11/18/12
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Beat the binary repository developer (a.k.a. User Plugins)

When it comes to customizations,you have to tell Artifactory what you want it to do. We can only try to do our best to make it simple for you. So, we developed a simple DSL.

Nicolas Frankel11/18/12
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Devoxx 2012 – Final Day

A review of the final day of Devoxx 2012, including details on the Hazelcast and GWT for mobile talks

Christian Grobmeier11/18/12
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Installing Comodo PositiveSSL on Jetty

I usually buy Comodo Certificates from PSW.net. It was always a pain to get it running because the information found on Comodos website are extremely outdated. If you are in pain too, here is some help.

Baxter Denney11/18/12
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Loading JSON Data in Couchbase

This blog describes the cbdocloader tool in more detail. It saved me a ton of time by allowing me to import an entire Vancouver tree dataset that I was playing with.

John Cook11/18/12
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Analyzing (and Visualizing) the Statistics Blogosphere

John Johnson did an analysis of the statistics blogosphere for the Coursera Social Networking Analysis class. His blog post about the analysis lists some of the lessons he learned from the project.

Jim O' Neil11/18/12
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Key Tenets and Skills for a Windows 8 Developer

You're considering creating an application for distribution in the Windows Store, but you're not sure where to begin. I made this shortlist of things to know about Windows 8 development.

Krishna Prasad11/18/12
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Managing Raw SOAP message within Spring Integration

I think that currently the way to define build modules is way too hard and constraining. On the other hand, lifting packages to modules would be very lightweight.

Hirvesh Munogee11/18/12
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ShellJS - Unix Shell Commands For Node.js

ShellJS is a portable (**Windows included**) implementation of Unix shell commands on top of the Node.js API. You can use it to eliminate your shell script's dependency on Unix while still keeping its familiar and powerful commands.

Jay Fields11/17/12
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Elisp: Grep in Clojure Project

Grep'ing within my current project is something I do frequently. It's not much to type, but I do it often enough that I was looking for a keystroke.