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Eric Genesky12/20/12
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WebSockets Now Live on OpenShift

Redhat's popular open-source PaaS sooution, OpenShift, has recently responded to community requests for WebSockets on OpenShift.   OpenShift Evangelist Marek Jelen described some of the challenges that came with the implementation.  From the...

Stephen Chin12/20/12
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JavaFX on Raspberry Pi – 3 Easy Steps

The long awaited developer preview of JavaFX on Raspberry Pi is finally out. This is a great platform for doing small embedded projects, a low cost computing system for teaching, and great fun for hobbyists.

Eric Genesky12/20/12
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Charles Lamb's Thoughts on Berkley DB Java Edition

Charles Lamb recently commented on the improved performance of Berkley DB JE release 5.x.

Tommy Patterson12/20/12
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Be Victor in Your Virtualization Environment (Part 2)

We talked about memory restrictions in part 1 of this series, but lets now shift our focus to CPU resources.

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis12/20/12
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Yes, Every MongoDB Driver Supports Every Command

This post is in response to a persistent form of question I receive about MongoDB drivers: "Does driver X support feature Y?"

Bruno Terkaly12/20/12
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Consuming Azure Mobile Services from Android: Part 1

This series shows you how to use Windows Azure Mobile Services to leverage data in an Android application.

Phil Whelan12/20/12
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How to Quickly Launch a Cassandra Cluster on Amazon EC2

Whirr makes it very easy to start and stop a Cassandra cluster in the cloud without leaving the comfort of your laptop.

Mitch Pronschinske12/20/12
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10 Tips to Making Products That People Will Love

Over the past 30 years, Marty Cagan has defined and built products for some of the most successful companies in the world, including Hewlett-Packard, Netscape Communications, America Online, and eBay. He shared his top 10 secrets to creating products customers love.

John Cook12/20/12
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Beethoven, Beatles, and Beyoncé: More on the Lindy Effect

John Cook continues his look at the Lindy Effect, this time focusing on the persistence of creative (data) artifacts like music.

Ayende Rahien12/20/12
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Does the Command Pattern Stand the Test of Time?

The command pattern is a behavioral design pattern in which an object is used to represent and encapsulate all the information needed to call a method at a later time.

Anders Abel12/20/12
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Sprint Goals Tie up Loose Ends

To me, a sprint demo is not only a way to show the progress of the project to the stakeholders, it is also a major success factor of the project itself.

Mitch Pronschinske12/20/12
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3-Minute ESB Evaluation Video

Learn what criteria's you should consider when selecting an ESB. This video from WSO2, gives you a framework you can use to eveluate an ESB. Their criteria may be slanted toward their own ESB, but you can still derive some value from these evaluation tactics.

Mikio Braun12/20/12
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Download the Steamdrill Demo

A few days ago, we’ve released the beta version of streamdrill, the real-time event analysis engine which we’ve extracted from our the social media analysis codebase.

Mitch Pronschinske12/20/12
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Video Tutorial: Web Services Consumer Using Apache CXF

Need a quick intro into some of the powerful features of Apache CXF. Check out this concise 5-minute tutorial. Should be a good refresher for some too.

Eric Gregory12/20/12
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Analyzing Big Data with Twitter - Lecture 2: Growing a Human-Scale Service

Here's the second lecture in Berkeley ISchool's comprehensive series on using Twitter (and other tools) in big data analytics.