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Tom O'connor12/04/12
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Beware G-Wan Snakeoil

I’ve heard quite a bit about the “G-WAN Application Server” over the past few weeks. Initially it was a Serverfault question that left me thinking “WTF.”

John Cook12/04/12
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Learn Just One Perl Command

Learning Perl is a big commitment, but just learning Perl regular expressions is not. Perl is the leader in regular expression support, and many programming languages implement a subset of Perl’s regex features. You could just use a subset of Perl features you already know, but you’d have the option of using more features.

Hirvesh Munogee12/04/12
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Datamaps - a JavaScript Library for Interactive Maps in Data Visualizations

DataMaps is a JavaScript library for interactive maps for data visualizations. DataMaps is bundled into a single JavaScript file.

Tim Murphy12/04/12
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Microsoft at the End of the World: 2012 in Review

The end of the world must be coming. Not because the Mayan calendar says so, but because Microsoft is innovating more than Apple. Let’s take a look at what 2012 has brought us.

Ben Kepes12/04/12
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AWS, Redshift and Co-Opetition

Long time technology commentators understand the tensions between platform companies, intent on both growing their business and creating a healthy ecosystem, and ecosystem partners who leverage what the platform brings, but remain apprehensive about the long term intensions of the platform vendor.

Brian Gracely12/04/12
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The Cloudcast, Ep. 66: Developing Apps for the Public Cloud

In this mini-cast from AWS re:Invent, Aaron speaks with Solomon Hykes from dotCloud about developing apps for public cloud and differences in PaaS platforms.

Mike Miller12/04/12
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MapReduce's Founding Documents

I'm surprised at how few people have read a small selection of enlightening publications on MapReduce. I provide below a subjective selection that I have found particularly informative, as well as the main concepts I drew from each selection.

Konrad Garus12/04/12
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Using Angular.js with ClojureScript

You can actually use Angular with Closure – just need to use explicit dependency injection. So far Angular seemed to require the least work with CLJS, so I was happy to give it another shot.

Java Advent12/04/12
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Multi-threading in Java Swing with SwingWorker

If you're writing a desktop or Java Web Start program in Java using Swing, you might feel the need to run some stuff in the background by creating your own threads.

Mark Needham12/04/12
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IntelliJ Debug Mode: Viewing Beyond 100 Frames/Items in an Array

It’s actually relatively easy to see the other values by right clicking on the array in question and clicking ‘Adjust Range’

Rob Gordon12/04/12
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Jobs And Services

Life is, and always has been, about executing a sequence of jobs – hunt mammoth, skin mammoth, cook mammoth, make clothes from mammoth

Taha Siddiqi12/04/12
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Tapestry and 'Editable for Bootstrap'

Twitter Bootstrap is a relief to programmers like me who were never good at web-designing. It has a nice javascript library and there are already modules to integrate twitter-bootstrap with tapestry.

Edvin Syse12/03/12
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Business Applications in the browser – finally a viable alternative

Web 2.0 applications are great. They are visually appealing, fast, intuitive and responsive. However, for large ERP systems and the like, the paradigms of the browser has traditionally been an ill match.

Roger Hughes12/03/12
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Ten Things You Can Do With Spring Security

You should try to let Spring Security handle as much possible of your app’s security details rather than diving in and unnecessarily writing your own code.

Eric Genesky12/03/12
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NeoLoad 4.1: A Complete Mobile Performance Testing Solution

Today, Neotys announced the release of a significant update to NeoLoad, their load and performance testing solution.