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Tomasz Dziurko07/09/12
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Hibernate Smoke Detector Counts Your Queries Per Second

There is a time in the life of every project when Database Administrator starts to look suspiciously at queries generated by our application.

Jp Morgenthal07/09/12
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JP Morgenthal: We Should Define the Cloud by What it Will Become

There’s been a lot of discussion about what makes cloud computing different than other forms of computing that have come before.

Mark O'neill07/09/12
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Following real-time API design

It's fascinating this morning to read Steve Chamber's real-time notes on the design of his API. In particular, I was interested in the section on which authentication model to use.

Larry White07/09/12
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Money Can't Buy Me Performance

One of the most persistent beliefs in corporate management is that money motivates people to do a better job.

Eric Genesky07/09/12
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Testing Results for Neo4j's Cypther JDBC Tools

Ralf Becher from TIQView stepped up and tested a LOT of JDBC tools with the driver. Thanks a lot for this engagement Ralf!

Charles Moulliard07/09/12
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Cloud Integration with Fabric Camel (Part I)

Since the launch of Fuse ESB 7, Fuse MB 7 and in fact the official release of Fuse Fabric, Camel has moved in a new era called "Cloud Integration where machines, services are distributed everywhere.

Gerard Davison07/09/12
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Catch a StackOverflowError by its Tail

One of the more annoying situations you might have to deal with when working with a Java program is a StackOverFlowError, if you have a nice producible test case then there are few options with regard to playing with the stack size, or setting a conditional breakpoint / trace of some kind.

07/09/12
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The Activiti Performance Showdown

The question everybody always asks when they learn about Activiti, is as old as software development itself: “How does it perform?”.

Anders Abel07/09/12
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What Developers Think Of Operations

Development and Operations are both critical to IS/IT usage in an organization, but developers often look at operations as something alien – from another planet (and operations have the same view on developers). As we'll see, this couldn't be less true.

Hirvesh Munogee07/09/12
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Matador - An Obvious MVC Framework For Node.js

Matador is a clean, organized framework for Node.js architected to suit MVC enthusiasts.

Leigh Shevchik07/09/12
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Real Solutions for Building Node.js Apps on the Cloud

The problem with Node.js hosting is that it can be confusing; here is a description of its usability with various cloud platforms.

Neil Mackenzie07/09/12
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A Broad Overview of the Windows Azure Platform

A look at the various services of the Windows Azure PaaS, including compute, storage, connectivity, and management.

Brian Gracely07/09/12
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The Cloudcast - Ben Kepes on Cloud Computing Trends in 2012

On trends in cloud computing, including analysis, communities, investment opportunities, and global markets.

Partha Bhattacharjee07/09/12
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Which one is faster? Log4j or Logback?

Hi, I am back again with my rant about logging as an inherent part of any application design and development. I am a big fan of strong basics, and in my humble opinion logging is one of those often overlooked but basic critical element of any enterprise...

Rob Terpilowski07/09/12
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Designing an Automated Trading Application on the Netbeans Rich Client Platform (Part 1)

The first article in a series on designing an automated trading application on the Netbeans Rich Client Platform (RCP) to trade in the stock, options, futures and currency markets.