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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 06:00
IntroductionHibernate shifts the developer mindset from SQL statements to entity state transitions. Once an entity is actively managed by Hibernate, all changes are going to be automatically propagated to the database. Preview Text:  Hibernate shifts the developer mindset from SQL statements to entity state transitions. Once an entity is actively...
Author: "vlad_mihalcea" Tags: "hibernate, Java, Tips and Tricks, Framew..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 06:00
This presentation was given at OSCON 2014. Preview Text:  This presentation will give developers an introduction and practical experience of using MongoDB with the Go language. MongoDB Chief Developer Advocate & Gopher Steve Francia presents plainly what you need to know about using MongoDB with Go. Legacy ...
Author: "spf13" Tags: "Go, mgo, Architecture, Tools & Methods"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
There are cases that we want to validate input data before we send them to business logic layer for processing, computations etc. This validation, in most cases, is done in isolation or it might include some cross-checking with external data or other inputs. Take a look at the following example that validates user input for registration data. Preview Text:  ...
Author: "ppapapetrou@ots.gr" Tags: "Java, Tips and Tricks"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Spring MVC Beginner's Guide features the subtitle "Your ultimate guide to building a complete web application using all the capabilities of Spring MVC." It is published by Packt Publishing and authored by Amuthan G.  Preview Text:  Spring MVC Beginner's Guide features the subtitle "Your ultimate guide to building...
Author: "java_dm" Tags: "Java, Opinion, Spring MVC, Frameworks"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Retread of post orginally made on 24 Jul 2009 One of the most powerful tools in writing maintainable code is break large methods into well-named smaller methods - a technique Kent Beck refers to as the Composed Method pattern. People can read your programs much more quickly and accurately if they can understand them in detail, then chunk those details into higher level structures. ...
Author: "martinfowler" Tags: "Tips and Tricks, Agile"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Throughout my career I’ve always seen people struggle with taking vacation. People are too wrapped up in what they’re doing. Managers can’t allow critical people to go missing. There are weeks of trepidation and handover and “I don’t know how to fix that” emails. To a large extent, this can be fixed with shared code ownership, comprehensive automated testing, and all those types of...
Author: "rgalanakis" Tags: "Tips and Tricks, Agile"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
[This article was originally written by Vincent Riou.]This post is building on a recent post highlighting recommendations ideas on how to simplify your unit testing by using the right set of tools (Smart Integration Testing with Dropwizard, Flyway and Retrofit). Preview Text:  This post is building on a recent post highlighting...
Author: "tparso" Tags: "cd, CI, Cloud, Continuous Delivery, cont..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Download the MP3 Preview Text:  Aaron and Brian talk with Dave Lester about how Twitter manages large-scale infrastructure, an introduction to Apache Mesos and how projects like Kubernetes, Docker, Aurora are helping to define the next-generation of web-scale infrastructure management. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
Author: "bgracely" Tags: "apache, Cloud, distributed computing, do..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
In this article we will talk about the Dependency Inversion Principle, Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection. We will start by looking at the dependency inversion principle. We will then see how we can use inversion of control to implement dependency inversion principle and finally we will look at what dependency injection is and how can it be implemented.  Preview...
Author: "rahulrajatsingh" Tags: "dependency inversion principle, Inversio..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
A huge part of enterprise Java deals with data. Among all the different ways of working with data in enterprise settings, there is still the proven and widely taught approach to use O/R mapping of any kind. The JPA standard makes this comparably easy to use for everybody and it should also be portable. But let's not talk about migration details. The biggest drawback of O/R mapping is, that a...
Author: "myfear" Tags: "hawtio, hibernate, jolokia, Statistics, ..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Preview Text:  While my preferred testing tools are NUnit and SpecFlow, the method I am about to propose should work with any existing test harness you might want to use. The only prerequisite is that you are using Page Models to wrap your access to any particular web page. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
Author: "DaveMBush" Tags: ".net, C, CI, continuous integration, csh..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
Here is one of my recent posts on Facebook. It makes the outrageous claim that the web as you know it is going away... Preview Text:  The web as you know it is going away. But given that native apps are not a viable solution to every problem, what other options exist? Legacy Sponsored:  ...
Author: "BrunoTerkaly" Tags: "hybrid apps, native apps, Tips and Trick..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
[This article was originally written Aaron Landgraf.] Preview Text:  Using our new .NET Connector and MSMQ Connector, developers no longer have to to be siloed by coding language or development framework. With MuleSoft’s solutions for Microsoft, developers can customize Mule application logic using any .NET language and familiar .NET...
Author: "rm8607" Tags: ".NET integration, messaging, MSMQ connec..."
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:30
 tldr; A long, passionate discussion about JS crypto. Use slides for an overview. Javascript cryptography is on the rise. What used to be a rich source of vulnerabilities and regarded as "not a serious research area", suddenly becomes used by many. Over the last few years, there was a serious effort to develop libraries implementing cryptographic primitives and protocols in JS....
Author: "blog.kotowicz.net" Tags: "Tips and Tricks, Javascript"
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Date: Friday, 01 Aug 2014 05:00
I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my daily reading. These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques. You will note that some of the formatting has changed, and that is due to the change in my process. Preview...
Author: "robdiana" Tags: "News, Tips and Tricks, Inspirations"
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Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 06:00
I just posted an entry on running HawtIO on JBoss Wildfly 8.1 recently. From that post you know how awesome HawtIO is, and all of the cool plugins it has to make managing your JVM based technologies from a single dashboard… well… hawt…. Preview Text:  Unfortunately, HawtIO isn’t "officially"...
Author: "christian.posta" Tags: "Java, Server-side, Tips and Tricks, Fram..."
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Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 06:00
As Agile breaks through the WaterScrumFall format of rapid development wrapped in slow project initiation and release cycles to actually delivering more frequently, Release Managers have been put into something of a bind. Change is flowing at them faster, application change requests are being accepted later in the cycle, and dependencies between applications are only growing. Preview...
Author: "EricMinick" Tags: "Tips and Tricks, Agile"
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Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 06:00
The cloud gives you the option to use as many resources as you want, essentially "endless" resources on demand, where you only pay for what you use. In a world where everything is dynamic and IT environments are constantly changing, this is becoming an ever-growing need. In order to take advantage of the promise of the cloud, you need to be able to migrate to the cloud in a manner that isn't...
Author: "shar1z" Tags: "Cloud, cloud automation, cloud infrastru..."
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Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 06:00
Create your initial backlog, then stay on top of it. Here’s the how and why of Continuous Backlog Refinement. Preview Text:  Create your initial backlog, then stay on top of it. Here’s the how and why of Continuous Backlog Refinement. Legacy Sponsored:  unsponsored ...
Author: "afuqua" Tags: "Tips and Tricks, Agile"
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Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 06:00
If you're in the mobile development business, monetization is probably a fairly important issue to you. Why put months of work into an app if you're only going to get $344 for it, right? And it's a particularly pertinent issue if you're an Android developer, because we've been hearing for years now how Android users don't spend money, at least compared to iOS users. Something like this: ...
Author: "alecn" Tags: "android, iOS, monetization, Opinion, Mob..."
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