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By your Command – Command design pattern

Command design pattern is one of the widely known design pattern and it falls under the Behavioral Design Pattern (part of Gang of Four). As the name suggests it is related to actions ...
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Coherence Event Processing by using Map Trigger Feature

This article shows how to process Coherence events by using Map Triggers. Basically, Distributed Data Management in Oracle Coherence is suggested to look over basic configuration and ...
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Performance Analysis of REST/HTTP Services with JMeter and Yourkit

My last post described how to accomplish stress- or load-testing of asynchronous REST/HTTP services with JMeter. However, running such tests often reveals that the system under test ...
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Investigating Deadlocks – Part 3

In my previous two blogs in this series, part 1 and part 2, I’ve demonstrated how to create a piece of bad code that deadlocks and then used this code to show three ways of taking ...
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JUnit Rules

The first time I stumbled over a JUnit @Rule annotation I was a bit irritated of the concept. Having a public field in a test case seemed somewhat odd and so I was reluctant to use ...
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Spring: Setting Logging Dependencies

This post describes how to set-up logging dependencies in Spring. It is based on information available in a post by Dave Syer’s. A reminder on Java logging frameworks is available here. ...
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Prototype Design Pattern: Creating another dolly

It’s really a time consuming process to create objects and also an expensive affair. So we are now on a venture to save both time and money. How do we do that?Anybody remember about ...
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Java 7: File Filtering using NIO.2 – Part 2

Hello all. This is Part 2 of the File Filtering using NIO.2 series. For those of you who haven’t read Part 1, here’s a recap. NIO.2 is a new API for I/O operations included ...
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Applying a Namespace During JAXB Unmarshal

For some an XML schema is a strict set of rules for how the XML document must be structured. But for others it is a general guideline to indicate what the XML should look like. This ...
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Testing Hadoop Programs with MRUnit

 This post will take a slight detour from implementing the patterns found in Data-Intensive Processing with MapReduce to discuss something equally important, testing. I was inspired ...
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