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Debugging to understand Finalizers

This post is covering one of the Java built-in concepts called Finalizer. This concept is actually both well-hidden and well-known, depending whether you have bothered to take a look ...
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Java 8 Friday: Language Design is Subtle

At Data Geekery, we love Java. And as we’re really into jOOQ’s fluent API and query DSL, we’re absolutely thrilled about what Java 8 will bring to our ecosystem. Java 8 Friday Every ...
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Stateless EJBs: Pooling and Lifecycle

A summarized view (notes) of the Stateless EJB pooling and life-cycle. Useful for newbies . . . . . EJB Pooling: Quick OverviewEJB instances are stored in a location known as the ...
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Chronicle and low latency in Java

Overview I was watching this excellent presentation by Rolan Kuhn of Typesafe on Introducing Reactive Streams At first glance it appears that it has some similar goals to Chronicle, ...
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Spring Java Configuration: Session timeout

We live in a nice time, when you can develop a Spring application using java based configuration. No redundant XML code any more, just pure java code. In this article I want to discuss ...
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Java 8 Features – The ULTIMATE Guide

EDITORIAL NOTE: It’s been a while since Java 8 is out in the public and everything points to the fact that this is a really major release. We have provided an abundance of tutorials ...
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Continuous Integration with JBoss Fuse, Jenkins and Nexus

Recently I was putting together a quickstart Maven project to show a possible approach to the organization of a JBoss Fuse project. The project is available on Github here: https://github.com/paoloantinori/fuse_ci And ...
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Spring MVC and Thymeleaf: how to acess data from templates

In a typical Spring MVC application, @Controller classes are responsible for preparing a model map with data and selecting a view to be rendered. This model map allows for the complete ...
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Writing Clean Tests – It Starts from the Configuration

It is pretty hard to figure out a good definition for clean code because everyone of us has our own definition for the word clean. However, there is one definition which seems to be ...
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Three-State Booleans in Java

Every now and then, I miss SQL’s three-valued BOOLEAN semantics in Java. In SQL, we have:TRUE FALSE UNKNOWN (also known as NULL)Every now and then, I find myself in a situation ...
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