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Eric Genesky05/27/12
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Java in the Cloud with CloudBees

In this-hour presentation, CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey discusses the potential of Java development on the cloud.

Mitch Pronschinske05/27/12
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Lucene Revolution 2012 Stats and Opening Presentation

Paul Doscher, the CTO Lucid Imagination, looks at the stats for this year's Lucene Revolution conference and gives an overview of what's new at Lucid Imagination.

Giancarlo Frison05/27/12
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SOA Principles: An Example App

I have released an application demonstrating how SOA’s principles can be applied into a small project making use of EIP (Enterprise Integration Pattern), IoC (Inversion of Control), and a building tool and scripting language such as Groovy.

Ranjib Dey05/27/12
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Comparing the Flavors of Config Managment: Chef, Puppet, etc.

Interesting developments are now happening around how you model your system, how you percieve configuration, and whether you correlate the state of an infrastructure with its configuration.

Nicolas Frankel05/27/12
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Arquillian on Legacy Servers

Arquillian basically provides a way for developers to manage the lifecycle of an application server and deploy a JavaEE artifact in it, in an automated way and integrated with your favorite testing engine (read TestNG – or JUnit if you must).

Nicolas Frankel05/27/12
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Debugging Vaadin Client Widgets

When working with standard Vaadin components, you can rely on your prefered IDE's debugger to help you when something unexpected happens. When integrating add-ons with widgets, chances are that something won't work on the client side sooner or later. In this case, IDE debugging won't help and we need something else.

Ken Rimple05/27/12
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Roo Add-On Development: Testing XML Configurations

In the last post, we discussed unit testing Roo add-on code. I feel this is just as vital as testing any other piece of Java code, considering that every time you run the command in the container you literally have to boot it, update the OSGi bundle, and then test. The feedback loop is too long to fix little, annoying bugs like not properly parsing an XML document.

Jay Fields05/27/12
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How I Open Source

It's been recently brought to my attention that I don't view open-source the way that many of my friends do

Steve Chaloner05/27/12
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Play’s Build.scala File- a Very Subtle Gotcha

Work on the new module repository for Play is progressing nicely, but a very subtle bug was introduced into the Build.scala file. As a result, artifacts from the first repository were not being found.

Petter Holmström05/27/12
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Vaadin, Maven, and NetBeans

I'm Petter Holmström and I work as a software architect at Vaadin Ltd. in Turku, Finland. My official title is "Vaadin Architect" since all of our titles start with Vaadin, but this does not mean that I'm the architect of the Vaadin framework.

Matthew Macdona...05/26/12
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Migrating from Apache to Nginx with the Edison Build System

I’ve recently decided to take the plunge and move from Apache and Mod_WSGI to Nginx and FastCGI – I was amazed at how simple it was! To get Edison up and running under Nginx as a fast-cgi Deamon, you just need to follow these steps...

Mitch Pronschinske05/26/12
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Japanese Linguistics in Lucene and Solr -

This talk gives an introduction to searching Japanese text and an overview of the new Japanese search features available out-of-the-box in Lucene and Solr.

Corey Goldberg05/26/12
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Rackspace Cloud - Outbound Bandwidth Caps, Network Too Slow

Have you seen the network/bandwidth caps that Rackspace places on their cloud servers?

Ricardo Zuasti05/26/12
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Using Mustache.java Templates With Struts 2

A friend recently recommended I take a look at the Mustache templating engine. It’s clean, simple and designer friendly, and promotes logic minimization on the template side (I don’t like the term “logic-less”, I don’t think you can get away with absolutely zero logic).

Evgeny Goldin05/26/12
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Maven Build Progress With TeamCity Service Messages

When you run a lengthy Maven build configuration in TeamCity it may be tricky to know what module is being built right now since all TeamCity displays is either “Running” or “Tests passed: X”.