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Using the JDBC Insert Features in Oracle

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Introduction In this article I will show an example of how to use the JDBC bulk insert features supported by Oracle — and which are specific to Oracle. For more details on why one might like to resort to using bulk inserts in general, e.g., performance considerations when certain circumstances warrant, see the JCG article, “JDBC Batch Insert Example ” ...

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Safe Database Migration Pattern Without Downtime

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I’ve been doing a continuous delivery talk for a while now and during my talk I describe a pattern of how to safely migrating one database to another database without downtime. Since many people contacted me and asked for more details about it, I will describe it here in more details as promised. You can use this pattern to migrate ...

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Is Your Employer a “Best Place To Work” For Developers?

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Glassdoor recently released their Best Places to Work 2016/Employees Choice Awards, and as you would expect the top of the list features several well-known companies from the tech sector (Airbnb, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google) and other firms that aren’t exactly household names. The rankings are based on anonymous reviews and ratings from employees, with the results crunched by a proprietary algorithm. The ...

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Factory Pattern

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The factory pattern is a creational design pattern whose intent is to provide an interface for creating families of related or dependent objects without specifying their concrete classes. The creational logic is encapsulated within the factory which either provides a method for its creation or delegates the creation of the object to a subclass. The client is not aware of ...

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Functional vs Imperative Programming. Fibonacci, Prime and Factorial in Java 8

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There are multiple programming styles/paradigms, but two well-known ones are Imperative and Functional. Imperative programming is the most dominant paradigm as nearly all mainstream languages (C++, Java, C#) have been promoting it. But in the last few years functional programming started to gain attention. One of the main driving factors is that simply all new computers are shipped with 4, ...

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Modelling failure in Ceylon

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In all programming languages, we need to deal with operations than can “fail”: a pure function might fail to produce a result, or an impure function might fail to produce its desired side-effect (create a new file, or whatever). In neither case can we just blindly continue with the rest of the computation. In the first case, the result of ...

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DevOps and the Myth of Efficiency, Part II

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In the previous post, I outlined why DevOps is not about efficiency, and how our old ways of looking at “complicated” problems by solving for efficiency first is actually not effective or flexible in our now very complex world. In fact, letting go of our century-long instincts to apply reductionist management theories to create efficient workplaces may lead to building ...

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10 Practical Docker Tips for Day to Day Docker usage

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I’ve had the opportunity to setup a complete new docker based microservice architecture at my current job, so since everyone is sharing their docker tips and trick, I thought I’d do the same thing. So here are a list of tips, tricks or whatever you might call it, that you might find useful in your day to day dealing with ...

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Testing multithreaded code in Java

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Testing multithreaded code is a tough challenge. The first advice that you get when trying to test concurrency is to isolate your concurrent concerns in the code as much as possible. This a general design advice but in this case it’s even more important. Make sure to first properly unit test the logic that is wrapped by the concurrent construct. ...

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