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Steven Lott05/02/12
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Should the CIO Know How to Code?

The answer is "Yes." The examples of "well-functioning non-technical CIOs" are people as rare as hen's teeth.

Mike Hadlow05/02/12
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Some Thoughts On Service Oriented Architecture (Part 2)

This is the second part of a high-level ‘architectural vision’ document for a current client. There are three main kinds of components that make up a working system. Services, workflow and endpoints.

Mitch Pronschinske05/02/12
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Video Walkthrough: Installing Solr on Drupal 7

In this video you will see exactly how to install the Solr-Drupal module and start a Solr server. This video deals with installation on Drupal 7.  The next...

Nikita Salnikov...05/02/12
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Solving OutOfMemoryErrors (part 7) - APM tools as a solution?

Our series of posts about solving the OutOfMemoryError in our hypothetical production system is coming to a conclusion. We have covered a number of different ways to attack OutOfMemoryErrors so far - profilers, JDK bundled tools and heap dump analyzers. Our today’s mercenaries will be Application Performance Management tools, or APMs.

Nicolas Frankel05/01/12
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Why Eclipse WTP Doesn't Publish Libraries When Using m2e

Lately, I noticed my libraries weren’t published to Tomcat when I used a Maven project in Eclipse, even though it was standard war packaging.

Blaise Doughan05/01/12
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Creating a RESTful Web Service: XML Metadata

One advantage of specifying the metadata as XML is that the domain objects will not have a dependency on the JPA APIs. This is useful if we want to use the same domain classes on the client side.

Florian Adler05/01/12
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FitNessize Your JEE dev With Minuteproject

This article shows you how-to setup FitNesse in your development environment when dealing with Relation Database CRUD operations

Jens Schauder05/01/12
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Challenges in Requirements Analysis: Finding and Understanding the Correct Terms

When you try to gather requirements and designing software you must try to identify these different concepts. How would you do that?

Tom Jefferys05/01/12
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A Quick Overview of JSTL

So what is JSTL? It's a standard custom tag library that can provide extremely useful functionality to your JSP pages. Common programming tasks like looping and flow control, XML processing, and database access can be implemented much more elegantly using these tags. Without them - in many cases anyway - you'd be reduced to using scriptlets, or writing your own custom tags.

Zoran Sevarac05/01/12
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Android Image Recognition with Neuroph & NetBeans

Have you ever thought how cool it would be to have image recognition on your Android phone? Well, now that's very easy thanks to Neuroph and NetBeans.

Ricardo Zuasti05/01/12
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Defining an Agile Methodology for Orthodox Environments

My company designs and develop mobile and web based banking solutions. Our customers (banks for the most part) are highly bureaucratized, orthodox (ie. like to have everything pre-defined and pre-approved) and risk adverse, and therefore change and the disruption of the status quo is not a normal sight within most of them.

Eric Genesky05/01/12
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Video: Java on Heroku Using Eclipse

This 10-minute video shows you the step-by-step process of how to deploy your Java on Heroku.

Eric Genesky05/01/12
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OpenShift Releases PaaS Source Code as OpenShift Origin

Finally, the cloud is becoming more accessible to the open source community.

Charles Moulliard05/01/12
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3 Reasons to Use FuseSource Docs for Apache Camel, ServiceMix, and Karaf

Reason 1 : Fuse maintains history of Apache releases, Reason 2 : Javadoc and Schema are well documented, Reason 3...

Spike Morelli05/01/12
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NoOps: The Good, the Fad and the Ugly

When the term NoOps was coined by Forrester last April it stirred up a lot of controversy online, especially in the DevOps camp. The discussion has been ongoing since then with no resolution. What I’m gonna argue is that except for the random troll, everybody is working toward the same goal and the problem is terminology.