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Dmitriy Setrakyan07/27/12
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Can Delaying Events Boost Performance Of Your Cluster?

Kind of interesting question. As engineers we are used to think that performance matters and delaying things goes directly against performance, right?

Mark Needham07/27/12
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Dealing wit a NoSuchAlgorithm Exception on neo4j

I’ve spent the last couple of hours moving my neo4j graph from my own machine onto a vanilla CentOS VM and initially tried to run neo using a non Sun version of Java.

Gordon Dickens07/27/12
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Enterprise Spring Best Practices Part 2: Application Architecture

This post presents a look at the overall application components and architecture of the Spring framework

Josh Adell07/27/12
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Development Setup for Neo4j and PHP: Part 1

I would really love to see more of my fellow PHP developers talking about, playing with, and building awesome applications on top of graph databases . . .

Dennis Doomen07/27/12
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Top 12 Developer Quotes from QCon New York

Here are some great quotes that got tweeted during the QCon New York Conference this year. They include kernels of wisdom from Rich Hickey, Erick Evans, Mike Hill, Michael Feathers, and more.

James Sugrue07/27/12
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The Trouble With Android

Over the past few months, a lot has been said about issues with Android, resulting in some dropping Android from their app development roadmaps. First we have the much lamented fragmentation issue, and then we have a troublesome piracy issue. What's to be done?

Juri Strumpflohner07/27/12
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Testing and the Single Responsibility Principle

Automated testing is hard! Therefore, if you're about to learn it, just keep going. Resist the initial learning curve as afterwards it'll allow you to adopt a completely different programming style.

Jim Bird07/26/12
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Availability of Systems and Data is a Devops Problem, not a Security Problem

Everyone knows the C-I-A triad for information security: security is about protecting the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability of systems and data. In a recent post, Warren Axelrod argues that Availability is the most important of these factors for security. I don't agree...

Lukas Eder07/26/12
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Why NoSQL Should Be Called "SQL with Alternative Storage Models"

The debate continues. NoSQL technologies have led to discussions of their usefulness and definition - here's another hat in the ring.

Jakub Holý07/26/12
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Book Review: Implementation Patterns

Should you read the book? It contains pearls of wisdom hidden in the mud of "I know that already, man." I'd thus recommend skimming through the book and reading only the pieces matching your level and needs.

John Cook07/26/12
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Avoiding Underflow in Bayesian Computations

Everything works just fine until you have more data than you’ve seen before. Then suddenly you start getting infinite, NaN, or otherwise strange results.

Trevor Parsons07/26/12
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Jelastic Now Has Logentries Support

The Jelastic UI always gave you access to your different component log files, however now you can stream these logs into a Logentries account where you can take advantage of log visualisation, search, alerts etc.

Charles Moulliard07/26/12
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Measure Elapsed Time With Camel

With the last version of Apache Camel, we provide a event notifier support class which allow to keep information about what happen on Exchange, Route and Endpoint.

Eric Genesky07/26/12
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Challenges and Solutions of the "Everything-as-a-Service" Approach

We've been seeing developers choosing to integrate with their application a myriad of off-the-shelf cloud services – rather than develop components themselves

Krishna Kumar07/26/12
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Hiring Programmers

99+% of good programmers are not actively looking for a job. 99+% of the rest don’t know about your company. Of those who know, many won’t apply at your company. So your pool of potential employees is not a true representation of the overall programmer supply.