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Loiane Groner06/25/12
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Java Example: List all Files from a Directory (or Subdirectory)

This is a basic algorithm, but it can be very useful in some situations and very handy for those that are learning Java.

Robin Bramley06/25/12
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Monitoring MarkLogic

This is a quick how-to post for Opsview users who have a need to monitor MarkLogic.

Remy Sharp06/25/12
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Development Trick: Auto-updating & Auto-reloading

What’s neat is I’ve got it to automatically pull the latest changes from github and automatically restart my Node process. I don’t claim this to be particularly clever, and I’m sure I should be able to trigger a pull on the server as a push happens, but this works fairly well for my development workflow

Grant Ingersoll06/25/12
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Search (Business) Rules!

One of the most frequent requests we get from customers is they want easier ways to express business needs as part of their search infrastructure.

Trisha Gee06/25/12
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Overheard: Development Myths

A discussion of some myths I've overheard about software development, such as "to developers technologies are everything".

Steve Francia06/25/12
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MongoDB: Replication, Durability, and Disaster Recovery

This session introduces the basic components of high availability before going into a deep dive on MongoDB replication.

Chris Keene06/25/12
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8 Tips for Building Apps from Big Data

Some of the best practices for building apps with the help of big data include lightweight services, mobile-first UI, and a few others.

Slim Ouertani06/25/12
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Sending an Email using the JavaMail Session and Glassfish

Two years ago, we decided to move to JEE 6 for our enterprise solutions and take a lot of fun with new EJB 3.1 features and annotations. Glassfish has made ​​our lives easier, it was very easy to declare variables using it's administration console.

Slim Ouertani06/25/12
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JAX-WS Header : Part 1 the Client Side

On Telecom IT environment and specially middelware solution, we will rarely do all the work but rather delegate some of business process to other tiers. Web service communications is heavy used between solutions. This tutorial aims to introduce using handler on client side by adding WSS UserToken or logging the soap message on console.

Ivan Kinash06/25/12
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A Gun is a Great equalizer: OpenJDK Hack vs. Class Encryption

The purpose of this article is to warn developers about futility of using class-file encryption obfuscators for application protection and uselessness of spending money on it.

Erick Erickson06/25/12
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Solr: Experimenting with Join Performance

We recently had a client who wanted some up-front sense of how Solr joins performed. Naturally, the client wanted to use joins in the most painful way, so I set out to make a prototype.

Mark Needham06/25/12
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How Does Neo4j Handle Optional Relationships?

An illustrated discussion of how Neo4j handles optional relationships with code included.

Craig Dickson06/25/12
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AWS for Java Developers Course

This is your last chance to sign up for the Amazon Web Services for Java Developers course that I will be teaching for the University of California, Irvine starting next Monday. The class is 100% online and open to everyone, anywhere in the world. The class...

Matt Raible06/25/12
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Play vs. Grails Smackdown

Setting up the two popular JVM Frameworks found that there are many similarities, as well as a few surprising differences, between the two.

Loiane Groner06/25/12
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Jetty and Eclipse Integration in 3 Steps

This tutorial will walk you through out how to integrate Jetty and Eclipse and how to run a web application on Jetty server inside Eclipse.