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Eric Gregory10/17/12
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The Pirate Bay Migrates to the Cloud, Becomes Ghost

The Pirate Bay announced on Wednesday that it had migrated from physical servers to an international group of cloud providers, rendering the filesharing site less vulnerable to attack by law enforcement.

Hubert Klein Ikkink10/17/12
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Groovy Goodness: Create a List with Default Values

Since Groovy 1.8.7 we can create a list and use the withDefault() method to define a default value for elements that are not yet in the list. We use a closure as argument of the method, which returns the default value. We can even access the index of the element in the closure as an argument.

Eric Genesky10/17/12
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Video: Monitoring Netflix's JVMs on AWS

Last weekend, Bhaskar Sunkara (VP Product Experience at Appdynamics) gave the following presentation on the partnership between Netflix and and App Dynamics.

Tomasz Dziurko10/17/12
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Debugging Hibernate Envers - Historical Data

Recently in our project we reported a strange bug. In one report where we display historical data provided by Hibernate Envers, users encountered duplicated records in the dropdown used for filtering.

Satish Ab10/17/12
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Learning Spring A Sample Invoice Application Using Various Tools

As part of learning Spring framework, I started making a simple invoice application using Spring Framework components . . .

Chris Shayan10/17/12
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A Better code

Normal 0 21 MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Problem While we are implementing a method, we need to assert about various conditions and path flows of code. For instance, we would like to ensure the given parameters are all valid in...

Todd Merritt10/17/12
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Is Architecture Evaluation a Waste of Time and Money?

How many of us have worked at places where the concept of software architecture was ridiculed for wasting time and money? Even more ridiculous to them was the concept of evaluating software architecture. I think the next time that I am in this situation again, and I hope that I never am I will have to push for this methodology in the software development life cycle.

Rob Williams10/17/12
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Hot Deploy Still Hell

Tomcat has been around forever and hot deploy has never really worked. Found a hilarious thread with the two Hibernate cats laying out the reasons why, um, 6 years ago. Yes folks, this predates the iPhone.

Zac Gery10/16/12
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How to Combat Web Browsing Zombies

Websites such as Amazon, Apple, and Dell continuously work hard to keep a fresh appearance. They don't limit their designs to a single solution to grab a user's attention; they always make sure to double-tap.

Todd Merritt10/16/12
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Brief Intro to SOA and Web Services

Service oriented architecture is an architectural model for developing distributed systems across a network or the Internet. The main goal of this model is to create a collection of sub-systems to function as one unified system.

Allen Coin10/16/12
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MongoDB in Production [video]

Chris Harris and Alvin Richards present "MongoDB in Production." Chris Harris is European Solution Architect at 10gen and Alvin Richards is the Senior Director, Enterprise Engineering at 10gen.

Rodrigo De Castro10/16/12
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Software is the Art of Beautiful Solutions

The problem lies in environments where software is viewed only as a tool, where achieving a result is more important than anything else -- even if that result is totally shortsighted.

Partha Bhattacharjee10/16/12
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Practicing Code, Java, and Databases

Every once in a while, I put on some music, switch off distractions like my email and phone, and redo some basic programming. Things that I know and I have done a handful of times. The intent is to practice, get back to basics and gain some new insight.

Rob J Hyndman10/16/12
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An R Graph with Two Y-Axes

I’ve been asked how to do this sev­eral times, so I thought it might help to put an exam­ple online.

Eric Berg10/16/12
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Defining the Enterprise Cloud Service: Singular Focus on the Customer

Focus on the customer is necessary to truly have an enterprise cloud. Think back to Mat Honan’s personal identity hack: part of the attack surface included Apple’s and Amazon’s customer support mechanisms that were in place on Mat’s accounts — which isn’t surprising.