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An Introduction to Generics in Java – Part 6

This is a continuation of an introductory discussion on Generics, previous parts of which can be found here. In the last article we were discussing about recursive bounds on type parameters. ...
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Daemonizing JVM-based applications

Deployment architecture design is a vital part of any custom-built server-side application development project. Due to it’s significance, deployment architecture design should commence ...
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Examining Red Hat JBoss BRMS deployment architectures for rules and events (part II)

(Article guest authored together with John Hurlocker, Senior Middleware Consultant at Red Hat in North America) In this weeks tips & tricks we will be slowing down and taking a ...
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Introduction to writing custom collectors in Java 8

Java 8 introduced the concept of collectors. Most of the time we barely use factory methods from Collectors class, e.g. collect(toList()), toSet() or maybe something more fancy ...
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Creating Your Own Java Annotations

If you’ve been programming in Java and using any one of the popular frameworks like Spring and Hibernate, you should be very familiar with using annotations. When working with an ...
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Converting JSON to XML to Java Objects using XStream

XStream library can be an effective tool for converting JSON to Java to XML translations to and fro. Lets explore each one of them one by one, and see which driver is used. Handling ...
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Java’s Volatile Modifier

A while ago I wrote a Java servlet Filter that loads configuration in its init function (based on a parameter from web.xml). The filter’s configuration is cached in a private ...
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An alternative approach of writing JUnit tests (the Jasmine way)

Recently I wrote a lot of Jasmine tests for a small personal project. It took me some time until I finally got the feeling of getting the tests right. After this, I always have a hard ...
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How to get JSON response from JSF?

Many JavaScript widgets expect data and options in JSON format. Nowadays, it is really easy to choose a cool widget and wrap it in a composite component. But the first question is how ...
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Java Debuggers and Timeouts

How to use your debugger in the presence of timeouts in your code. My kingdom for a debugger! So you’ve been coding away merrily on a project and everything is going well until ...
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