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Nishant Chandra08/12/12
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A Manager's Diary

Software engineering as a profession is fun. The role shift from a software engineer to a people manager in quite commonplace. I believe I’ve learned a thing or two from others experiences and my own experiences in managing people. I hope you find them useful.

Partha Bhattacharjee08/12/12
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Spring Integration with Gateways

This is the second article of the series on Spring Integration. This article builds on top of the first article where we introduced Spring Integration.

Hirvesh Munogee08/12/12
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Montage - A Framework To Develop Rich HTML5 Applications Using JavaScript & Node.js.

Montage is framework lets you develop rich HTML5 applications that use JavaScript both on the front-end via the browser, and back-end via Node.js.

Brian Gracely08/12/12
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The Cloudcast: Application Automation and Enterprise PaaS

Aaron and Brian talk with Brett Adam (@bpjadam), CTO / VP Engineering @ rPath, about the evolution of Application deployment and PaaS for the Enterprise . . .

Hebert Coelho D...08/12/12
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EasyCriteria 1.0 Released

EasyCriteria is an open source tool to make the JPA Criteria code for any kind of JPA implementation easier . EasyCriteria has 100% of coverage on its tests with JUnit and it is tested with Hibernate, OpenJPA and EclipseLink.

Marko Rodriguez08/12/12
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Graph Theory and Network Science: The Basics

Graph theory and network science are two related academic fields that have found application in numerous commercial industries. Learn some basics from the experts over at Aurelius.

Santosh Kumar08/12/12
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Watch Command for Maintaining Consistency of Redis Dataset

Step 1, where you start tracking stuff prior to doing anything is where Optimistic Locking and the more traditional Pessimistic Locking diverge in a pretty big way. . .

Erich Styger08/11/12
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Show Workspace Location in the Title Bar

A central concept of the Eclipse framework is the concept of a workspace. I’m using multiple workspaces all the time, and in parallel. How can I know which workspace I’m using?

Blaise Doughan08/11/12
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JAXB and Root Elements

@XmlRootElement is an annotation that people are used to using with JAXB (JSR-222). It's purpose is to uniquely associate a root element with a class. Since JAXB classes map to complex types, it is possible for a class to correspond to multiple root elements.

Eli Bendersky08/11/12
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Fundamental Concepts of Plugin Infrastructures

I have always been fascinated by the idea of plugins – user-developed modules that are not part of the core application, but that nevertheless allow extending the application’s capabilities.

Eric Genesky08/11/12
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Creating Olympic Medal Treemap Visualisations Using OTS R Libraries

I thought it might be worth posting a quick R generated example too, using the off-the-shelf/straight out of CRAN treemap component.

Luke Galea08/11/12
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What You Don't Know About AB Testing

If you haven’t started AB testing by now, or if you’re still doing it the old fashioned way, you may be missing out on a great deal of potential for increasing signups, conversion, etc. on your site/app.

Brian Gracely08/11/12
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The Cloudcast: Putting the Security Cart Before the App Horse

Aaron and Brian talk with Rand Wacker (@randwacker) VP of Product at CloudPassage, about putting security in the path of application deployment, security app stores, and the difference between private cloud and public cloud security.

Nikita Salnikov...08/10/12
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No Tool will Solve the OutOfMemoryError

What we discovered was that none of the existing tools does precisely what one might expect them to do – you get vast amount of data but only seldom an actual solution to your problem

Ben Wen08/10/12
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MongoLab Now Available as an AppFog Add-On!

The MongoLab add-on for AppFog opens the PaaS up to more audiences, including Node.js, Ruby, Python, and .NET programmers.