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Type safe dependency injection using Java 8.0

So I sometimes really miss old school Dependency Injection. Back when Spring was still “lightweight” we happily configured all our beans in an application.xml file with ...
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Codename One & Java Code Geeks are giving away free JavaOne Tickets (worth $3,300)!

Would you like to go to JavaOne? Besides being a cool conference its loads of fun with shows and events thru-out the city.   Now you have a chance, Codename One and Java Code Geeks ...
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How do I make testing faster?

Earlier this week I was the guest of a large bank in the City, OK Canary Wharf actually. They had their own little internal Agile conference. As well as myself some of the usual suspects ...
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So You Want to Use a Recruiter Part III – Warnings

This is the final installment in a three-part series to inform job seekers about working with a recruiter. Part I was “Recruit Your Recruiter” and Part II was “Establishing ...
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How to use Salesforce REST API with your JavaServer Pages

Abstract: This tutorial gives an example of a JSP and how to integrate it with the Salesforce REST API. We will walk through the step­by­step process of creating an external client ...
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Benchmarking SQS

SQS, Simple Message Queue, is a message-queue-as-a-service offering from Amazon Web Services. It supports only a handful of messaging operations, far from the complexity of e.g. AMQP, ...
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Open Source Projects – Between accepting and rejecting pull request

Lately I have done a lot of work for the sbt-native-packager project. Being a commiter comes with a lot of responsibilities. You are responsible for the code quality, supporting your ...
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So You Want to Use a Recruiter Part II – Establishing Boundaries

This is the second in a three-part series to inform job seekers about working with a recruiter. Part I was “Recruit Your Recruiter” and Part III is “Warnings” Once you have ...
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Java EE Pitfalls #1: Ignore the default lock of a @Singleton

EJB Singleton Beans were introduced by the EJB 3.1 specification and are often used to store cached data. This means, we try to improve the performance of our application by using a ...
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Java EE 8 – Deliver More Apps to More Devices

If there’s one thing I dislike about summer, it is the fact that there isn’t much news to share or talk about. Whoever decided to put the Java Day Tokyo into this boring ...
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