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Eric Silva07/25/12
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Introducing ACES: A Secure, Web-Bases SaaS for Clinical Teams

ACES (Access Control Execution System) has been purpose-built to address the operational complexities inherent in adaptive design and pivotal clinical trials.

Ricci Gian Maria07/25/12
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Poor Man DDD

Some of the grounding technical concepts of DDD can be inserted in legacy applications built with standard techniques to bring some of the advantages of DDD in existing projects.

Gaurav Mantri07/25/12
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How My Recent Project Failed and Led to Better Ways of Managing Windows Azure

A post about an unnamed project that was built on Azure that, despite being free of cost, failed due to a couple reasons. Learn them here.

Eric Genesky07/25/12
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Announcing AppFog GA: A Pay-for-RAM PaaS

AppFog, the self-proclaimed "Best Platform as a Service for Hackers," announced today the release of a highly-anticipated PaaS with an innovative pricing model.

Todd Merritt07/25/12
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Component Development Within SOA

Let’s first break this question down by defining what component development is. Component development is the process of implementing specific functionality in the form of small units of complied code that can be reused across multiple applications or product families.

Rick Copeland07/25/12
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Two New Books on MongoDB with Python and Ming

Rick Copeland has a hand in a recently-released book on MongoDB with Python and Ming, and will be authoring another book for O'Reilly about MongoDB design patterns.

Rick Copeland07/25/12
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Threads Versus Greenlets in Python Networking Library Gevent

Here's a follow-up to a previous post on Gevent, with a discussion of Threads versus Greenlets and some useful conclusions.

James Sugrue07/25/12
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Thursday Code Puzzler: Fibonacci Sequences

Thursday is code puzzler day here at DZone. Today we'll tackle another classic CS problem, the Fibonacci sequence.

Ben Kepes07/25/12
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Accessibility and the Untold Issue Around Cloud

Ben Kepes discusses a recent conversation he had with the Manager of Innovation and Development working within the Access, Innovation & Enterprise unit of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind.

Nick Haslam07/25/12
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How I Got Twitter Data Onto SQL Server

An exercise in how, rather than why, one might want to import Twitter data into SQL Server using available tools.

Rodrigo De Castro07/25/12
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Understanding Vector Clocks with Riak

Basho has recently released a couple useful posts on why vector clocks are easy / hard to implement.

Davy Suvee07/25/12
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Get Started with Tinkerpop Blueprints with Concrete Bindings for MongoDB and Datomic

Tinkerpop Blueprints is the JDBC of graph databases that also provides concrete bindings for the likes of Neo4j and Dex.

Joe Stein07/25/12
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On the Future of Hadoop: Hadoop 2.0, NextGen MapRecue (YARN), and more. . .

This podcast covers the future of Hadoop, which continues to be the leading Big Data tool.

Hebert Coelho D...07/25/12
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Easy Criteria – JPA Criteria's Saving Grace

If you always wanted to use the JPA Criteria but thought it was too verbose and complex, a solution has arrived—Easy Criteria. Easy Criteria is a lightweight library that encapsulates all JPA Criteria complexity, making it MUCH more user friendly.

Nishant Chandra07/25/12
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Infinispan as Remote Cache Cluster

Configure and run Infinispan as a remote distributed cache cluster in less than 10 minutes.