Andrey Redko

About Andrey Redko

Andriy is a well-grounded software developer with more then 12 years of practical experience using Java/EE, C#/.NET, C++, Groovy, Ruby, functional programming (Scala), databases (MySQL, PostreSQL, Oracle) and NoSQL solutions (MongoDB, Redis).

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BTrace: hidden gem in Java developer toolbox

This post is about BTrace which I am considering as a hidden gem for Java developer. BTrace is a safe, dynamic tracing tool for the Java platform. ...
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Using Redis with Spring

As NoSQL solutions are getting more and more popular for many kind of problems, more often the modern projects consider to use some (or several) of NoSQLs instead (or side-by-side) ...
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JSON for polymorphic Java object serialization

For a long time now JSON is a de facto standard for all kinds of data serialization between client and server. Among other, its strengths are simplicity and human-readability. But ...
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Using Delayed queues in practice

Often there are use cases when you have some kind of work or job queue and there is a need not to handle each work item or job immediately but with some delay. For example, if user ...
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Simple but powerful DSL using Groovy

In one of my projects we had very complicated domain model, which included more than hundred of different domain object types. It was a pure Java project and, honestly, Java is very ...
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Apache Mahout: Getting started

Recently I have got an interesting problem to solve: how to classify text from different sources using automation? Some time ago I read about a project which does this as well as many ...
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Storing hierarchical data in MongoDB

Continuing NoSQL journey with MongoDB, I would like to touch one specific use case which comes up very often: storing hierarchical document relations. MongoDB is awesome document data ...
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MongoDB with Spring Data project

All of us are observing the explosion of NoSql solutions these days. I get used to RDBMS but those are not a solution for all kind of challenges you might have. In my recent experience ...
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