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Alex Ruiz11/26/12
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Interviewing with Google? Read this!

While chatting with a few of the potential candidates, I offered some advice on interviewing with Google. This is advice that was passed to me when I interviewed a couple of years ago.

Dalip Mahal11/26/12
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Inspections are not Optional

Inspections can prevent software equivalents to this bridge disaster. We all know that code inspections should be done, however, the fact is that inspections are not optional; without inspections your defect removal rate is unlikely to be above 80%. Learn by looking at various physical engineering failures what the software equivalent is, and how inspections reduce defects.

Kai Wähner11/26/12
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Enterprise-ready Tool Support for Apache Camel

Apache Camel is my favorite integration framework on the Java platform due to great DSLs, a huge community, and so many different components.

Peter Pilgrim11/26/12
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Devoxx 2012 Report: The State of the Expansion

The biggest news from my point of view is that they gone and announced Devoxx UK.

Leigh Shevchik11/26/12
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Long-Running Branches Considered Harmful

Long-Lived Branches Lead to Larger Chunks of Work. Is That a Good Thing? In this article Jade Rubick makes an argument against long-lived feature branches.

Kasia Gogolek11/26/12
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CentOS Minimal Installation Network Configuration

By default CentOS minimal install does not come with pre-configured network, here’s how to make it work.

Baxter Denney11/26/12
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Fun with Couchbase and Markov Chains

In this blog, we will show how to build an application “Marky” that uses Markov chains to generate nonsensical tweets based on your twitter history. It uses Couchbase Server to store and process the data to generate these tweets.

Raymond Camden11/26/12
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Data-Driven Animation with Edge Animate

Does Edge Animate support data-driven animation? Here's an overview and simple proof of concept.

Paul Miller11/26/12
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Is Dropbox a Feature or a Product?

The late Steve Jobs once described Dropbox as ‘a feature, not a product.’ From Apple’s perspective, that's true: cloud storage is just a feature. But does this miss a crucial point?

Sadayuki Furuhashi11/26/12
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Fluentd + Hadoop: Instant Big Data Collection

This post describes how to use Fluentd’s newly released WebHDFS plugin to aggregate semi-structured logs into Hadoop HDFS.

Pierre - Hugues...11/26/12
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IBM AIX: Java process Size Monitoring

This article will provide you with a quick reference guide on how to calculate the Java process size memory footprint for Java VM processes running on IBM AIX 5.3+ OS.

Tim Murphy11/26/12
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Building Enterprise Smartphone Apps – Part 1: Why?

How can you leverage smartphones to increase efficiency? Here are some of the major areas where I've seen mobile platforms working for business.

Jeremy Foster11/26/12
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Solving Your User's Problem in an Escalator Ride

You want your app to be successful and to be successful, you must think about the user. Consider this usage scenario.

Brian Gracely11/26/12
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The Cloudcast, Ep. 64.5: The Cloudcast Charity Challenge

Aaron and Brian discuss The Cloudcast (.net) Charity Challenge. The guys ask the listeners to make a small donation to a great cause (helping sick kids) and pledge to match each donation.

Kasia Gogolek11/26/12
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Web Application Deployment Using Webistrano and Capistrano

Today, I will focus on the mix of Capistrano / Webistrano. Both of the packages are ruby on rails based, and can be easily installed using gems.