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The Pragmatic Programmer – Review / Summary Notes.

I recently finished The Pragmatic Programmer, to be completely honest this had been the 3rd attempt to read it, although the book is good and well worth the read, I had unfortunetly ...
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The top 9+7 things every programmer or architect should know

I recently finished 97 Things every programmer should know. Well to be completely honest I did skim over a couple of the 97, but all and all this was a very nice compilation of thoughts ...
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Java Compression

In a recent project, we had to do something I had personally never really had to look at; Compression. We needed to take a couple files and images, zip them up and make them available ...
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The simple Big-O Notation Post

Our JCG partner Brian Du Preez has posted an explanatory article on his blog, Zen in the art of IT, concerning the Big-O notation. The Big-O notation is used for describing ...
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Design Patterns in the JDK

Brian Du Preez, our JCG partner from Zen in the art of IT has made a very fine job of collecting the most common design patterns found in the JDK. The pattern list is indeed ...
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Selecting a new programming language to learn

Looking to start learning a programming language besides Java? Our JCG partner Brian Du Preez from Zen in the art of IT provides a relatively extensive analysis on the factors ...
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9 Tips on Surviving the Wild West Development Process

This is a post originally published by our latest JCG partner, Brian Du Preez from the Zen in the art of IT, who we are really thrilled to have on-board. Bryan talks about Surviving ...
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