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WebLogic Classloader Analysis Tool

The WebLogic Server has a built-in webapp called Classloader Analysis Tool, and you may access it through http://localhost:7001/wls-cat You need to login with same user as you configured ...
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Good use of Closures

Not long ago, in a blog post, I explained what Closure were in Groovy. This blog post will explain one good example of using them. I recently found myself having to write the same ...
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XML to Avro Conversion

We all know what XML is right?  Just in case not, no problem here is what it is all about.                   <root> <node>5</node> </root> Now, ...
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Java 8: Lambda Expressions vs Auto Closeable

If you used earlier versions of Neo4j via its Java API with Java 6 you probably have code similar to the following to ensure write operations happen within a transaction:                   public ...
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An open source JVM Sampling Profiler

It’s a well known deficiency of most existing sampling Java profilers that their collection of stack traces has to happen at a safe point. This is the case for profilers such ...
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Lessons learned: ActiveMQ, Apache Camel and connection pooling

Every once in a while, I run into an interesting problem related to connections and pooling with ActiveMQ, and today I’d like to discuss something that is not always very clear and ...
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Allocating memory for the JVM: a case study

This post is about a recent performance tuning exercise. As always, these start with vague statements about symptoms. This time the devil took the form of “The application is slow ...
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Synthetic and bridge methods

If you have ever played with reflection and executed getDeclaredMethods() you may have been surprised. You may get methods that are not present in the source code. Or, perhaps, you ...
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Common gotchas in Java

Overview Java is a minimalist language with deliberately less features than other languages, never the less it has edge cases which strange effects, and even some common cases with ...
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Functional Programming with Java 8 Lambda Expressions – Monads

What is a monad?: A monad is a design pattern concept used in mostly functional programming languages like lisp or in the modern world clojure or scala. (I would in fact copy a few ...
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