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Ilias Tsagklis
Ilias is a senior software engineer working in the telecom domain. He is an applications developer in a wide variety of applications/services, currently the technical lead in a in-house PCRF solution. Particularly interested in multi-tier architecture, middleware services and mobile development (contact). Ilias Tsagklis is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.

Top 10 JavaCodeGeeks posts for 2013

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2013 is coming to an end. What a year! Loyal to our tradition, we are compiling the top Java Code Geeks for the year that just passed. As with the Top 10 JavaCodeGeeks posts for 2010, the Top 10 JavaCodeGeeks posts for 2011 and the Top 10 JavaCodeGeeks posts for 2012, we have created a compilation with the most popular ...

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Funny Video – Java vs. .NET parody

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Hello fellow geeks, As you might have noticed, we are quite keen on humour here at Java Code Geeks. We believe that a break for some good laughs goes a long way and thus it is always welcome. For that reason, we have featured in the past a list of funny source code comments and some short videos depicting the ...

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10 Productivity tips for software developers

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After attending a few seminars on the topic of productivity and time management and reading a couple of books on the subject, I was introduced to some profound concepts and made some great realizations about the way I used to work. With this new knowledge, I completely redesigned my workflow framework something that lead in a tremendous boost of my ...

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Join the Java Code Geeks Newsletter

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Dear geeks, We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newsletter! By joining, you will gain exclusive access to the latest news in the Java world, as well as insights about Scala, Android and other related technologies. As an extra bonus, by joining you will get our brand new e-books, published by Java Code Geeks and their JCG partners. ...

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Monetize your technical writing with the JCG Revenue Shared Program

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Java Code Geeks are thrilled to announce the W4G Revenue Shared Program, the first croudsourced revenue shared platform for technical writers. We have an open invitation to all technology enthusiasts and programming geeks who are willing to write for us as guest authors. We are looking for creative writers to join our ever growing team. The content should be unique ...

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JArchitect became free for Java open source contributors

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JArchitect is a static analysis tool for Java codebases that provides interactive GUI(s) and HTML reports for finding overly complex or problematic areas of your code, performing analysis for refactoring and comparing changes over time. In version 3, a LINQ-like query language was added that makes the tool an extremely powerful reporting engine and can be used to enforce coding ...

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Hadoop Books Giveaway – Roundup

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Fellow geeks, Our giveaway of Packt Publishing’s books on Apache Hadoop has ended. You may find the original post for the competition here. The Prize Winners The 6 lucky winners that will receive the book prizes are (names are as appeared on their emails): Hadoop Real-World Solutions Cookbook Sellamuthu, Rudra Moorthy Josep Ventura Argerich Hadoop Beginner’s Guide Bhakti Rajdev Manuel ...

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Hadoop Books Giveaway by Java Code Geeks and Packt

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Dear geeks, due to high participation and in order to give the opportunity to win to as many Hadoop fans as possible, we decided to extend the contest for one more week until next Tuesday. Fellow geeks, The giveaways continue here at Java Code Geeks. We are pleased to announce that we have once again teamed up with Packt Publishing ...

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Spring meets Apache Hadoop

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SpringSource has just announced the first GA release of Spring for Apache Hadoop. The goal of this project is to simplify the development of Hadoop based applications. You may download the project here and check out the Maven artifacts here. Spring for Apache Hadoop was born to resolve the issue of having poorly constructed Hadoop applications, which usually consist of ...

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