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Embedding Maven

It is a very rare usecase, but sometimes you need it. How to embed Maven in your application, so that you can programatically run goals? Short answer is: it’s tricky. I dabbled into ...
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HOW-TO: Using @PropertySource annotation in Spring 4 with Java 7

Today I migrated one of my projects, that I am currently working on, to Spring 4.0. Since it is a really simple web application I use to learn and demo Spring features, I only needed ...
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@ControllerAdvice improvements in Spring 4

Among many new features in Spring 4 I found @ControllerAdvice improvements. @ControllerAdvice is a specialization of a @Component that is used to define @ExceptionHandler, @InitBinder, ...
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Using serialization to find dirty fields in an object

Say you are developing a framework to auto-save objects into a database. You need to detect changes made between two saves, so that only modified fields are saved. How to detect dirty ...
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Why we shouldn’t use more threads than we need to

Overview There is a common argument that because we have lots of cores, and will have even more in the future we have to use them.  We just we need to find the best ways to use them ...
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Lambdas for Fluent and Stable APIs

A few weeks ago I wrote an introduction on Java 8 lambdas. In this introduction I explained what a lambda is and how to use them in conjunction with the new Stream API, that is also ...
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Throttling Task Submission with a BlockingExecutor

The JDK’s java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor allows you to submit tasks to a thread pool and uses a BlockingQueue to hold submitted tasks. If you have thousands of tasks ...
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Simple CRUD using Servlet 3.0, Redis/Jedis and CDI – Part 2

In this post we will focus on CDI and Servlet 3.0. You can see part 1 here. Let’s start with CDI. When I started writing the post that originated this serie, I was not thinking in ...
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Too Many Parameters in Java Methods, Part 8: Tooling

The first seven posts of my series of dealing with too many parameters expected in Java methods focused on alternative approaches to reduce the number of parameters a method or constructor ...
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Announcing EAXY: Making XML easier in Java

XML libraries in Java is a minefield. The amount of code required to manipulate and read XML is staggering, the risk of getting class path problems with different libraries is substantial ...
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