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Mehdi Daoudi06/12/12
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DevOps Roundup: June 4 - 12

A look at this week's news about Azure Linux support, multiple price drops by cloud providers, the Flame exploit, IPv6 growth, and what the browsers of the future will need to speed up the web.

Singaram Subramanian06/12/12
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Apache CXF: Adding a Custom Interceptor to an Interceptor Chain

Interceptors are the fundamental processing unit inside CXF. When a service is invoked, an InterceptorChain is created and invoked. Each interceptor gets a chance to do what they want with the message. This can include reading it, transforming it, processing headers, validating the message, etc.

Chris Haddad06/12/12
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Why eGovernment Needs to Shift to the Cloud

Cobiacomm gives a couple compelling reasons for why egovernment is a reasonable solution for any government trying to do too much with too little.

Paul Hammant06/12/12
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NoSQL for Storage, Relational for Reporting? No Friggin' Way.

How nice it would be if one could transparently create/maintain relational record sets for document writes.

Will Soprano06/12/12
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How to Access Your Library Book Collections Using Solr

This video shows how Bibliotheca Alexandrina uses Solr to implement full text indexing and searching across the entire collection, faceting, search within the content of a book and result highlighting and techniques used for personalization.

Mike Christianson06/12/12
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More Incomplete Thoughts on Git

I’m working through Chapter 6 and things are starting to go off the rails for me. Here are my current thoughts…

Eren Avşaroğulları06/12/12
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How to Distribute Spring Beans Using EntryProcessor and PortableObject Features

This article shows how to distribute Spring beans by using EntryProcessor and Portable Object Format(POF) features in Oracle Coherence.

Juhani Lehtimaki06/12/12
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Instapaper - An iOS To Android Port Can Be Good

This morning I saw the news that Instapaper is finally arriving to Android. My initial thought was "Oh no, here we go again" and nearly opened the +Android UI Anti-Patterns G+ page straightaway.

Howard Lewis Ship06/12/12
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Every Programmer Should Know These Latency Numbers

A great collection of general latency data from Peter Norvig and then expanded by others provides clear descriptions of latency rates.

Artiom Gourevitch06/12/12
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Tracking Excessive Garbage Collection in Hotspot JVM

The goal of this article is to show how to identify excessive GC and to get a heap dump whenever it occurs. It assumes Hotspot JVM version 1.6 or higher.

Maarten Balliauw06/12/12
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Get Your GitHub on an Azure Website

GitHub's release of GitHub for Windows makes for an easy-to-use GUI, and a small trick allows you to build on top of Windows Azure websites.

Todd Merritt06/11/12
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Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): Crucial to an SOA or Vendor Hype?

Is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) an important architectural piece to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), or is it just vendor hype in order to sell a particular product such as SOA-in-a-box?

Douglas Rathbone06/11/12
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Automated Deployments with TeamCity, Deployment Projects & SVN

For some, the task of automated deployments seems either too difficult, too time consuming to setup or is perceived as un-needed. I’m about to attempt to prove all of these things wrong, while at the same time allowing you to get back to doing what you do best: write code.

Pierre - Hugues...06/11/12
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How to Resolve java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError

This is a common problem for Java EE enterprise or standalone Java applications.

Jay Fields06/11/12
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The Single Best Thing For My Career

I was the lone developer working on NextGen projects, our customers were happy, I was paid well, & I had plenty of vacation - things were good. Truthfully, I felt like I was on top of the world. However, I couldn't help but feel like something was missing. I'd seen a bit of 'how things could be' by reading Refactoring & Extreme Programming Explained.