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How many Java developers are there in the world?

Oracle says it’s 9,000,000. Wikipedia claims it’s 10,000,000. And the guys from NumberOf.net seem to be the most precise – they know that there are exactly 9,007,346 Java developers ...
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Interview Prep For Geeks

Failing an interview due to a lack of qualifications is forgivable, but it is tragic when highly qualified candidates do not get an offer due to being unprepared. With the amount of ...
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Why Scrum Won

In the 1990s and early 2000s a number of different lightweight ‘agile’ development methods sprung up. Today a few shops use Extreme Programming, including most notably ThoughtWorks ...
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Type-safe Empty Collections in Java

I have blogged before on the utility of the Java Collections class and have specifically blogged on Using Collections Methods emptyList(), emptyMap(), and emptySet(). In this post, ...
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Wasting time by saving memory

You might say that at my company, the hard ware is 10x more expensive, but it also likely you time is costing the company about the same more. In any case, this article attempts to ...
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Coding for the Changes You’ll Have to Make Next Month

One of the most difficult parts of software development is adapting to change. It’s a guarantee that the concepts, ideas, and possibly the point of the program that you are writing ...
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How cool is integration testing with Spring and Hibernate

I am guilty of not writing integration testing (At least for database related transactions) up until now. So in order to eradicate the guilt i read up on how one can achieve this with ...
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Working Efficiently with JUnit in Eclipse

Recently I was dragged into a discussion1 with some test infected2 fellows about how we use JUnit within the Eclipse IDE. Surprisingly the conversation brought up some ‘tips and tricks’ ...
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Google Guava EventBus for Event Programming

 It’s a given in any software application there are objects that need to share information in order to get work done. In Java applications, one way of achieving information sharing ...
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SQL Injection in Java Application

In this post we will discuss what is an SQL Injection attack. and how its may affect any web application its use the back end database. Here i concentrate on java web application. ...
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