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Mats Lindh07/19/12
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Using Apache httpd as Your Caching Solution

This is a very simple scheme that does not require any custom hardware or server software installed, and places itself neatly in between having a caching front end server between the client and the application and the hassle of generating the same file each and every time. It allows you to serve files at a much greater rate and let your hardware do other, more interesting things instead.

Steven Lott07/19/12
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Cool stuff I saw at MADExpo

Read Stephen Lott's oberview of the things he saw at the MADExpo about HTML, JavaScript, Redis, and MongoDB

Mehdi Daoudi07/19/12
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DevOps Roundup – July 11th to 20th

Facebook engineer Doug Beaver shares in a W3 mailing post why Facebook endorses SPDY. He highlights cross-browser support as well as the ability to speed up communication between geographically distant web servers.

Steve Francia07/19/12
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Let's Get Started with Drupal and MongoDB

MongoDB is the most full featured scalable database taking the tech world by storm. Drupal is the standard in content management powering magazines, blogs online newspapers and much more.

Anders Abel07/19/12
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How GoF Brought my Understanding of Object Orientation to Another Level

Anders Able reviews "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software" written by the Gang of Four: Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson & John Vlissides.

Sean Hull07/19/12
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How to Autoscale MySQL on Amazon EC2

Autoscaling your webserver tier is typically straightforward. Image your apache server with source code or without, then sync down files from S3 upon spinup. Roll that image into the autoscale configuration and you’re all set.

Ofir Nachmani07/19/12
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In My Opinion, Public IaaS is Great!

It always good to start with Wikipedia’s definition as it helps to initiate a structured discussion, here is Wiki’s definition for Lock-In . . .

James Sugrue07/19/12
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Cut Down Your Bug Fix Time With Chronon and Jubula

Earlier this month, Chronon and Bredex announced they would be joining forces to help improve the testing and debugging worlds. Chronon's time travelling debugger, and Bredex's test automation tools are a great combination. I spoke to Prashant Deva from Chronon, and Achim Lorke, CEO of Bredex, to find out more.

Christian Posta07/19/12
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What is Spring Integration?

As the Spring Integration project slowly gains more adoption and interest, developers in the enterprise integration or enterprise development space will most likely come across it.

Rob Gordon07/19/12
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Oddjob 1.2 New Features – Part 1

It’s coming to that time again. That time where I draw a line in the README file and call it a release. Being the only developer on a project that doesn’t have a large user base, a release is really just a state of mind.

Chas Emerick07/19/12
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2012 State of Clojure Survey

I’ve run “State of Clojure” surveys for each of the last two years (see results from 2010 and 2011), and the time has come for the 2012 edition.

Anthony Goubard07/19/12
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ElementList as Replacement for NodeList

If you have ever used the method Element.getElementsByTagName() which returns a org.w3c.dom.NodeList, you have probably had one of the following problems.

Alex Ruiz07/19/12
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Make Your Xtext-based Editor 300 Times Faster*

Here is the fine print: With a 3-line code change, we were able to make the Protocol Buffer editor ~300 times faster when opening files in a Java project. Speed improvements may vary depending on the size of a project’s classpath.

Johannes Brodwall07/19/12
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How Changing Java Package Names Transformed my System Architecture

Changing your perspective even a small amount can have profound effects on how you approach your system.

Kelly Reiser07/19/12
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What Would You Like to See on Your DZone Profile?

You know you’re awesome, but does everyone else? Sure, you’ve probably posted some useful links and maybe even written some most excellent articles, but right now most people can’t see everything about how awesome you are, all in one place.