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Jeff Dickey10/15/12
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Does Rails Scale?

First the short answer: Damn right it does.

Tharindu Mathew10/15/12
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Run Apache Hive on Windows in 6 Easy Steps

Running Hive on Windows can be a little tricky sometimes, but these six steps make it much simpler.

Justin Bozonier10/15/12
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How to Run Find/Replace on a JSON Object Graph

Today I had cause to implement a method for finding and replacing a value that appears at the end of a certain JSON path in an object graph. I couldn't find a pre-existing tool to do the dirty work, so I wrote it myself, and then wrote this article.

Filip Ekberg10/15/12
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Dealing with Code Complexity

Last week I discussed how we could join new projects efficiently. This week, we're going to see how we can actually find complex code in our applications.

Nick Jordan10/15/12
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Heroku vs. AWS Revisited

When I wrote about Heroku and Amazon Web Services a few months ago, it seemed both services were equally worthwhile in many respects. My rule of thumb was: small app – Heroku; large app – Amazon. Since then, a few events have caused me to reevaluate my position.

Eric Gregory10/15/12
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How to Run a Compute-Intensive Task in Java on a Virtual Machine

When you finish this tutorial, you'll be able to create a virtual machine that runs a compute-intensive Java application that can be monitored by another Java application.

Brian Swan10/15/12
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Using Memcache to Access a Windows Azure Dedicated Cache

In this post, I’ll cover how to set up a Node.js worker role that serves as a dedicated cache and a PHP web role that accesses the cache using the php_memcache extension.

Nikita Ivanov10/15/12
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GridGain 4.3 Released

GridGain 4.3 incorporates many optimizations that significantly improve GridGain’s performance and memory footprint, and is backwards-compatible with prior 4.x versions.

Jos Dirksen10/15/12
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Tutorial: Getting Started with Scala and Scalatra - Part IV

Welcome to the last part of this series of tutorials on scala and scalatra. In this part we'll look at how you can use Akka to handle your requests using an asynchronous dispatcher, how to use subcut for dependency injection and finally how you can run the complete API in the cloud. In this example I've used openshift from JBoss to run the API on JBoss Application Server 7.1.

Ken Rimple10/15/12
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More Spock Love - How I Tested Complex Install Scenarios

Ok, we've only been hanging out for a little bit, here and there. But one of the things I'm doing is prepping for an updated talk on Spring Roo add-ons at SpringOne/2GX. Rather than repeat the same things again, I wanted to show some practical help for people writing add-ons, things like how to write good tests.

Dan Haywood10/15/12
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Giving up on Eclipse Juno

What I didn’t talk about then was the issues I’ve been having generally with Juno. I had thought it was my own installation being screwy, but things haven’t improved much since.

Dustin Marx10/15/12
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NetBeans 7.3 Beta is More Than Easel: Hints and FXML Code Completion

NetBeans 7.3, which is now available in Beta, is already probably best known for its Project Easel features. However, in this post I look at some new features outside of Project Easel that I am happy to see now available in NetBeans.

Jay Fields10/15/12
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clojure: lein tar

A co-worker recently asked how I package and deploy my clojure code. There's nothing special about the code, but I'm making it available here for anyone who wants to cut and paste. Deploy is the easy part - scp a tar to the prod box. Building the tar is very easy as well. I've run this on a few different linux distros without issue, but YMMV. Without further ado.

Jim Bird10/15/12
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Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good Code?

We need to understand what happens to code over time and why, and what a healthy, long-lived code base looks like. What architectural decisions have the most lasting impact . . .

Patroklos Papapetrou10/15/12
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Scala Refcard Released! And the Top 5 Scala Articles of the Week

We've been eagerly preparing this week's refcard release for the past few months now, and finally the widely-requested Scala Refcard is here. Go download Scala: The Scalable JVM-Language right now!