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Android Volley dynamic ListView: AsyncTask comparison

In this post, I will describe first how to use Volley to populate dynamically a ListView, and then compare it against AsycnTask. In this post, we will invoke a remote service to get ...
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Revisiting Certifications

The job market is currently in a lull so I’ve been talking to a few new recruiters and gotten a better sense of what certifications mean today. Your mileage may vary, of course, since ...
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Using JSF 2.2 features to develop ajax, scrollable, lazy-loading data table

This time around, I thought I’ll share with you what I recently learnt of JSF 2.2 features. To do that, I decided to create a simple ajax, scrollable, lazy-loading data table. Note ...
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Six things I learned for software localization

This blog post is a personal compilation of six technology independent things I learned in the past months about software localization. A few weeks ago we finally went live with our ...
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3 ways of handling exceptions in JUnit. Which one to choose?

In JUnit there are 3 popular ways of handling exceptions in your test code:try-catch idiom With JUnit rule With annotationWhich one should we use and when?try-catch idiom This ...
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Surfacing Hidden Design: Seeking A Better Alternative To Interrelated Mutable Fields

What is better, a bunch of mutable boolean fields and methods operating on them, or an explicit expression of the individual states and transitions between them? Lets study an example ...
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Save-and-Refresh With Java Web Projects

How do you configure your machine in order to have save-and-refresh for Java web projects? When you ask this question to developers, the answer starts with “oh, well…”, and continues ...
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Configuring MySQL for ADF development

Hi all. Today I’m going to show you how to configure MySQL database for Oracle ADF development. IMHO when you are using ADF with other databases rather than Oracle DB you won’t ...
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Applying the 80:20 Rule in Software Development

Managers don’t want to think harder than they have to. They like simple rules of thumb, quick and straightforward ways of looking at problems and getting pointed in the right direction. ...
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Java: Schedule a job to run on a time interval

Recently I’ve spent some time building a set of tests around rolling upgrades between Neo4j versions and as part of that I wanted to log the state of the cluster as the upgrade was ...
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