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Internet of Things: Arduino, Android, ESB

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Internet of things (IoT) is one of the most emerging topic and one of the most discussed lately. When talking about IoT, we mean a set of smart objects that are connected together and can exchange information. In this way it is possible, for example, to create a set of sensors and we can use it through our smartphones. In ...

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Measuring Allocations Programmatically

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I picked up this tip from the The Java Specialists’ Newsletter written by Heinz Kabutz.  (For all Java developers wanting to learn what goes on under the covers of the JDK this newsletter is an absolute must!) Especially for developers writing low latency code but even for normal Java code, allocations is the thing you really want to avoid. See my ...

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The Real Success Story of Microservices Architectures

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We hear the benefits of microservices architectures loud and clear; we hear the constant drum beat of how/why/by all means/etc you should be doing microservices; we know companies such as Amazon, Netflix and Gilt have successful microservices architectures. However, as I’ve touched on in my blog post titled You’re not going to do microservices, getting microservices right – and being ...

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Writing a download server. Part V: Throttle download speed

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In the age of botnets that you can rent for few hundred bucks and run your very own distributed-denial-of-service attack, having emergency switches that selectively turn off expensive functionality or degrade performance gratefully is a huge win. Your application is still operational while you mitigate the problem. Of course such safety measure are also valuable under peaks or business hours. ...

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R: Wimbledon – How do the seeds get on?

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Continuing on with the Wimbledon data set I’ve been playing with I wanted to do some exploration on how the seeded players have fared over the years. Taking the last 10 years worth of data there have always had 32 seeds and with the following function we can feed in a seeding and get back the round they would be ...

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Scaling To Infinity with Docker Swarm, Docker Compose and Consul (Part 4/4) – Scaling Individual Services

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This series is split into following articles. A Taste of What Is To Come Manually Deploying Services Blue-Green Deployment, Automation and Self-Healing Procedure Scaling Individual Services In the previous article we switched from manual to automatic deployment with Jenkins and Ansible. In the quest for zero-downtime we employed Consul to check health of our services and, if one of them ...

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Windows Registry Cleanup after JDK 9 Early Release Installation

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In my last blog post, I demonstrated resolution of issues surrounding the Oracle Java symbolic links (C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath\ directory on Windows-based machines) after I had installed an early release of JDK 9 (build 68) that seemed to prevent automatic installation of earlier (more stable) Java versions from working properly. Even with the symbolic links fixed in the C:\ProgramData\Oracle\Java\javapath\ directory, I still ...

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Wikipedia’s Definition of a Software Bug Is Wrong

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Here is what Wikipedia says at the time of this writing: A software bug is an error, flaw, failure, or fault in a computer program or system that causes it to produce an incorrect or unexpected result or to behave in unintended ways. I think that’s incomplete. The definition entirely excludes “non-behavioral” defects related to, for example, maintainability and reusability. ...

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JBoss Fuse 6.2 released – guide how to quickly try it

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At the Red Hat summit last week, it was announced that JBoss Fuse 6.2 was released. I want to congratulate the fuse team for getting this release out. I know that they have been working very hard all this year to QA and ensure its passes the high barrier of quality expected from an enterprise product. So with my Camel ...

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How does FlexyPool support the Dropwizard Metrics package renaming

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Introduction FlexyPool relies heavily on Dropwizard (previously Codahale) Metrics for monitoring the connection pool usage. Being integrated into Dropwizard, the package name was bound to be renamed. So instead of com.codahale.metrics the 4.0.0 release will use the io.dropwizard.metrics package name. The challenge Apart from the obvious backward incompatibility, the most challenging aspect of this change is that the Maven dependency ...

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