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Claus Ibsen02/05/13
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Camel 2.11 - Camel web applications without Spring

I just want to emphasize that the goal of this new camel-servletlistener component is to allow people to easily bootstrap their Camel applications in any web container, without the need to be tied to any particular 3rd party framework such as Spring.

Ralf Quebbemann02/05/13
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Multiple Virtual Desktops in Windows 7

Most Linux desktops / window managers support it out of the box: Multiple virtual desktops. I really miss the feature on Windows 7.

Mitch Pronschinske02/05/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (2/5/13)

A bunch of lecture videos just dropped for the programming languages course at Brown University. You'll also want to check out a new tool for changing website backrounds at will. Plus, you'll hear about a powerful new JS heatmap tool, the new release of Gradle, and more.

Jurgen Appelo02/05/13
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The Flat Bonus System

Some people argue that organizations should get rid of their bonus systems. They say most of an organization’s performance is in the system, not in the people, and therefore it’s best not to differentiate between employees.

Senthil Balakrishnan02/05/13
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REST-JSON Service Versioning – Simple approach

As a provider of a service, one is obliged to maintain different versions of a service. One of the possible reasons could be the existing consumers of the service doesn’t want to upgrade to newer version.

Mitch Pronschinske02/04/13
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The State Of Scala 2013

In its 10th anniversary year, we wanted to talk with the people who eat, sleep, and breathe Scala–the people at Typesafe. I had a great interview with Adriaan Moors, the Scala lead at Typesafe.

Peter Lawrey02/04/13
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High Performance Durable Messaging

While there are a good number of high performance messaging systems available for Java, most avoid quoting benchmarks which include durable messaging and serialization/deserialization of messages.

Lukas Eder02/04/13
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A Dirt-ugly Hack to Modify Private Final Fields in Java

We all use reflection from time to time. We may even tamper with visibility through Java’s Field.setAccessible() and similar methods

Steven Willmott02/04/13
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Tutorial: Deploying an API on EC2 from AWS

At 3scale we find Amazon to be a fantastic platform for running APIs due to the complete control you have on the application stack.

Michael Dubakov02/04/13
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Software Development: Specialize or Generalize?

Many years ago we were hiring software developers as such. For the most part, they were good at their job, but not all of them.

Brian Gracely02/04/13
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The Cloudcast: "Devops - Managing Hardware as Code"

Brian talks with Doug Hairfield (@knucklesandwich, Manager of Systems Engineering and Continuous Integration @Bronto) about how he’s transformed the way they do continuous deployment and “manage hardware as code”.

Lukas Eder02/04/13
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Defensive API Evolution With Java Interfaces

API evolution is something absolutely non-trivial. Something that only few have to deal with. Most of us work on internal, proprietary APIs every day.

Eric Genesky02/04/13
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Tom Marrs on DZone's New JSON Refcard

This week's Refcard is a must-have reference to JavaScript Object Notation, a popular alternative to XML.

Mariano Gonzalez02/04/13
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Handling File Attachments: Handling Multipart Requests in Mule

I needed to handle an http post that would carry not one but N > 1 uploaded files. And then came Mule into my life, and this task became as simple as navigating the properties of a MuleMessage interface. Let’s explain a little bit….

Johannes Brodwall02/04/13
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Let's Reinvent More Wheels

When I learned math in elementary school, I would reach for my calculator. But my father stopped me: “You only get to use the calculator when you can do math without it.”