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Nicolas Frankel06/11/12
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Using GWT Widgets in Vaadin 7 - Part 2

We've seen how to wrap a Vaadin component around a GWT widget so that we're able to manipulate on server-side components. For the time being, we are unable to configure the widget though. We're lacking a vital part in Vaadin-GWT teaming: the shared state.

Matthew Schmidt06/11/12
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First Ever Oracle AQ & .NET Integration!

Just about any .NET and Java applications can be integrated these days with a little bit of hacking by the experts at JNBridge. Their solution basically takes care of the black magic associated with having a deeper, more reliable Java-.NET interop solution. Today they added another first in the world of .NET - Java interop.

Fabrizio Giudici06/11/12
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Automating Maven switch to alternate settings

My projects are all open source, thus they require no privacy; my customers' ones aren't, so they are stored into an encrypted partition. But, note: what about their artifacts?

Eric Genesky06/11/12
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Video: Amazon Web Services for Java Developers

This half-hour webinar from UC Irvine suggests that AWS offers the perfect infrastructure to Java developers looking to save money with infinite scalability of resources.

Markus Eisele06/11/12
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If You Aren't Among Those Finding Bugs You Might be Among Those Complaining About Them Later

Use whatever version number your favorite software, framework or more generally product has at the moment. Apply the precautions you always apply being a responsible developer, architect or project manager and if there isn't any other way: Contribute your findings.

Dustin Marx06/11/12
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Early JavaOne 2012 Abstract Acceptances

An early look at the types of sessions we can expect at JavaOne 2012 is now available with news getting out about which abstracts have been accepted and which have been declined.

Troy Hunt06/11/12
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I’d Like to Share My LinkedIn Password With You – Here’s Why

Chances are you’ve used your password somewhere else before and guess what that means? Yep, suddenly you start tweeting about Acai berries.

Nicolas Frankel06/11/12
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Ways of comparing Date Objects in Java

Let's face it, compairing Date objects in Java is complex and as well as error-prone. This is the case in standard code, but this is also the case in testing code, where we regularly need to create Date objects that point at specific instant in time, to be our reference in comparison.

Krishna Kumar06/10/12
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Validation Through Rejection

Is it true that if someone out there doesn’t hate your product, it’s probably not worth using? Let's explore the idea of trying to please everyone with your software products.

Gerard Davison06/10/12
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Off-Loading Test Execution Using Hudson/Jenkins: Part 3, skipping the queue

Previously I had looked at preflighting, with Hudson (And Jenkins) but forgot to mention a very important plugin that is essential if you want to convince your developer to preflight there work. The problem is that is the slave allotment/smallholder/farm is busy running other jobs then they are forced to wait before merging.

Eric Genesky06/10/12
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GraphConnect Conference Visualizes Graph Leadership

The GraphConnect conference, sponsored by Neotechnology, celebrates everything graphy.

James Sugrue06/10/12
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DZone Startup Series: Broadcastr's Part in the Future of Storytelling

The DZone Startup Series focusses on companies that are using Java at the core of their business to power their startup. Today we’re kicking off the series with Broadcastr, an Android and iPhone app that creates an intimate and immersive experience by unlocking pictures and audio relevant to your current location.

Matt Vickery06/10/12
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Spring and C24 iO - Accelerating Enterprise Data Services Deployment

The focus for this series of blog articles is to explore the coupling between SpringSource's Spring Integration framework and C24s Integration Objects (iO) product.

Roger Hughes06/10/12
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CRC Cards - Naming Part 3

Another way of specifying a class’s name is to use CRC cards. Proposed by Kent Beck and Ward Cunningham1, I first came across these many years ago in Grady Booch’s book ‘OO Analysis and Design’.

Dustin Marx06/10/12
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NetBeans IDE 7.2 Introduces TestNG

One of the advantages of code generation is the ability to see how a specific language feature or framework is used. I use this post to demonstrate how NetBeans IDE 7.2 can be used to help a developer new to TestNG start using this alternative (to JUnit) test framework.