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How (NOT TO) measure latency

Latency is defined astime interval between the stimulation and responseand is a value which is of importance in many computer systems (financial systems, games, websites, etc). ...
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Detecting (write) failures when using memory mapped files in Java

Memory mapped files are a good and often overlooked tool. I won’t go into the details here on how they work (use the force Google Luke!), but I will  quickly summarize their advantages:lazy ...
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Reactive Cassandra

Or an adventure on reading data reactively from Cassandra. Overview Let’s first try to define what reactive means from programming point of view. Functional reactive programming ...
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Java, the Steam controller and me

Do you ever wondered if you could use existing stuff for something new? I saw some footage of the so-called ‘Steam controller’ (SC from now on) and looked at my game pad. ...
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Big Data the ‘reactive’ way

A metatrend going on in the IT industry is a shift from query-based, batch oriented systems to (soft) realtime updated systems. While this is associated with financial trading only, ...
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(Part 2 of 3): Synopsis of articles & videos on Performance tuning, JVM, GC in Java, Mechanical Sympathy, et al

This is a continuation of the previous post titled (Part 1 of 3): Synopsis of articles & videos on Performance tuning, JVM, GC in Java, Mechanical Sympathy, et al. Without any ...
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ArrayList vs LinkedList

I must confess the title of this post is a little bit catchy. I have recently read this blog post and this is a good summary of  discussions & debates about this subject. But this ...
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WebSocket and Java

WebSocket is a cool new(ish) technology that allows real-time, two-way communication between the browser and the server, with almost no overhead. What I want to do here, is to provide ...
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Applying ForkJoin – from optimal to fast

JDK 7 is well into the hands of developers by now and most people have heard of ForkJoin, yet not so many have the time or chance in daily work to try it. It caused, and probably still ...
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Anatomy of a Java Decompiler

A decompiler, simply put, attempts to reverse the transformation of source code to object code. But there are many interesting complexities—Java source code is structured; bytecode ...
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