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Rob Terpilowski09/18/12
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Add a JavaFX Component Built with Scene Builder and FXML to a NetBeans RCP Application

Most of the tutorials and demos I have seen up to this point for integrating JavaFX with NetBeans Rich Client Platform (RCP) applications have created and configured JavaFX components by using the JavaFX Java APIs that are now shipped as part of the JDK as...

Michaël Picovschi09/18/12
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How to identify upcoming regressions or API breaks

Everyone has once updated a dependency library to a newer version and faced hurdles with regressions and behavior changes. Let's try to figure what are the upcoming troubles of API breaks.

Cristian Chiovari09/18/12
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Juggling Multiple Versions of Java on OS X Mountain Lion

How is Java installed on OSX Mountain Lion, and how do you juggle between the multiple versions residing on your system?

Prathap Givanth...09/18/12
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The Basics of Design Patterns

The Design Patterns are not meant to be laws or rules; they are just guidelines that you can even alter to fit to your needs

Dalip Mahal09/18/12
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Bug Tracker Hell

Whether you call it a defect or bug or change request or issue or enhancement you need an application to record and track the life-cycle of these problems. For brevity, let's call it the Bug Tracker.

Zemian Deng09/17/12
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TimeMachine Jars Size and Dependencies

From the TimeMachine Scheduler download page you will see that the latest 1.2.1 release zip package size is around 13M. It may seem large for a scheduler application, but let's examine it closely to see what's in there. Here is how the zip package looks like inside

Felix Dahlke09/17/12
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Why we used Clojure and ClojureScript for Flurfunk

Why have you decided to use Clojure and are you still happy with your choice? - This question has been asked more than once now, and here's my answer

Trevor Parsons09/17/12
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Logging on Linux: What to Look Out For With Lots of Linux Boxes

Oftentimes we find users struggle with figuring out where to start when reviewing their log data, and what they should be looking out for. A common question we get is: "So I’ve a bunch of linux boxes, I’m running a LAMP stack, what should I be looking out for in my logs”.

Eric Genesky09/17/12
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Video: MySQL and NoSQL at Craigslist

The 1:40 video below explores the various storage technologies used by Craigslist, including MySQL, Redis, and MongoDB.

Baptiste Wicht09/17/12
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Algorithm Books Reviews

To be sure to be well prepared for an interview, I decided to read several Algorithms books. I also chosen books in order to have information about data structures. I chose these books to read:

Tharindu Mathew09/17/12
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BAM, SOA & Big Data

It's hard to remember the days when files were too big to summarize, or grep, or even store. But what if the data isn't stored in a file?

Michał Warecki09/17/12
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Enterprise Integration Using Patterns

An introduction to the world of Enterprise Integration using patterns introduced by Gregor Hophe.

Peter Zaitsev09/17/12
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Some Fun with R Visualization

We have a graph with unstable results. Now let's use R + ggplot2 graphs to play with some different visualizations.

Jason Rudolph09/17/12
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ClojureScript: 4 Things That Might Worry You, but Shouldn't

When I first considered taking ClojureScript for a spin, there were several things that gave me pause: "What's the debugging experience like?"

Shannon Behrens09/17/12
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3 Articles that Every Hardcore Dart Dev Should Read

According to the official web site: "Dart addresses issues with traditional web development languages while remaining easy to learn." Learn more through these three articles.