About Anirudh Bhatnagar

Anirudh is a Java programmer with extensive experience in building Java/J2EE applications. He has always been fascinated by the new technologies and emerging trends in software development. He has been involved in propagating these changes and new technologies in his projects. He is an avid blogger and agile enthusiast who believes in writing clean and well tested code.

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Vagrant – a swiss Army knife for every developer

Whenever we move to a new project, or we want to explore a new stack of technologies; we face the problem of environments. Being a developer we generally have a tendency to install ...
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What are Reentrant Locks?

In Java 5.0 a new addition was made to enhance the intrinsic locking capabilities, called as Reentrant Lock. Prior to this, ‘synchronized’ and ‘volatile’ were the means for ...
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chef-solo with vagrant

To learn the concepts of chef, we can start by using chef-solo with Vagrant. See my previous post on Vagrant to install vagrant and know more about it. Next, lets install chef-solo ...
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Create an Ubuntu VM Using Vagrant and Virtual Box

I have been using Vagrant for some time with virtual box to play around with vms on my ubuntu machine. Vagrant is a tool to help create and provision VirtualBox machines.Few of the ...
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HTTP Caching explained

We all have noticed that opening of a webpage for the first time takes some time, but the second or third time it loads faster. This happens because whenever we visit a webpage for ...
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10 Reasons why you should NOT write unit test cases!

Finaly, here is a blog in support of all those who feel writing unit test cases is a sheer waste of time.. or is it?? Lets see.. Below are few of the reasons:              You ...
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HTTP Caching using JAX-RS

In the last blog we discussed different types of caches and their use cases. In this post we will explore how we can leverage caching using HTTP response headers and the support provided ...
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