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This is the Final Discussion!

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Pun intended… Let’s discuss Java final. Recently, our popular blog post “10 Subtle Best Practices when Coding Java” had a significant revival and a new set of comments as it was summarised and linked from JavaWorld. In particular, the JavaWorld editors challenged our opinion about the Java keyword “final“:         More controversially, Eder takes on the question ...

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Use Cases for Elasticsearch: Index and Search Log Files

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In the last posts we have seen some of the properties of using Elasticsearch as a document store, for searching text content and geospatial search. In this post we will look at how it can be used to index and store log files, a very useful application that can help developers and operations in maintaining applications. Logging When maintaining larger ...

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Five Reasons Why High Performance Computing (HPC) startups will explode in 2015

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1. The size of the social networks grew beyond any rational expectations Facebook(FB) official stats state that FB has 1.32 billion and 1.07 billion mobile monthly active users. Approximately 81.7% are outside the US and Canada. FB manages a combined of 2.4 Billion users, including mobile with 7,185 employees. The world population as estimated by United Nations as of 1 July 2014 at 7.243 ...

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Testing mail code in Spring Boot application

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Whilst building a Spring Boot application you may encounter a need of adding a mail configuration. Actually, configuring the mail in Spring Boot does not differ much from configuring it in Spring Bootless application. But how to test that mail configuration and submission is working fine? Let’s have a look. I assume that we have a simple Spring Boot application ...

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Getters/Setters. Evil. Period.

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There is an old debate, started in 2003 by Allen Holub in this Why getter and setter methods are evil famous article, about whether getters/setters is an anti-pattern and should be avoided or if it is something we inevitably need in object-oriented programming. I’ll try to add my two cents to this discussion. The gist of the following text is ...

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Nightmare on Agile Street 2: Managed Agile

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Blow me down, its happening again… I’m awake. I’m wet, its a cold sweat. Its the small hours of the morning and the dream is horrid…. I’ve been sent to Coventry. I’m in a clients office waiting for a meeting to start. The development manager is telling me she has selected me to help them become Agile, she checked me ...

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Agile is a simple topic

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Agile manifesto is probably one of the best ever written manifestos in software development if not the best. Simple and elegant. Good vs Bad 1 2 3 4, done. It is so simple that I am constantly disappointed by the amount of stuff that floating on the Internet about, what is agile what is not, how to do agile, Scrum, ...

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