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Google Guava – Futures

This post is a continuation of my series on Google Guava, this time covering Futures. The Futures class is a collection of static utility methods for working with the Future/ListenableFuture interface. A Future is a handle to an a ...
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Java Specification Requests in Numbers

You all know about the Java Community Process (JCP), don’t you? The JCP is the mechanism for developing standard technical specifications for Java technology. Anyone can register for the site and participate in reviewing an ...
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Use reCaptcha in a Spring MVC web application

A CAPTCHA is a program that can generate and grade tests that humans can pass but computer programs ‘cannot‘. One of strategies followed are showing an image to user with distorted text, and user should write text in ...
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Tomcat Clustering Series Part 2 : Session Affinity Load Balancer

This is the second part of the Tomcat Clustering Series. In the first part we discussed how to setup a simple load balancer. And we saw how the load balancer distributes the requests to tomcat instances in a round robin fashion. ...
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Polling an http end point using Spring Integration

It is a little non-intuitive if you want to write a flow with Spring Integration which polls an http end point and gathers some content from the http end point for further processing. Spring Integration provides a couple of ways ...
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Chain of responsibility using Spring @Autowired List

There is a way in Spring 3.1 to auto populate a typed List which is very handy when you want to push a bit the decoupling and the cleaning in your code. To show you how it works, I will implement a simple chain of responsibility t ...
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IBM AIX: Java process size monitoring

This article will provide you with a quick reference guide on how to calculate the Java process size memory footprint for Java VM processes running on IBM AIX 5.3+ OS. This is a complementary post to my original article on this s ...
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Java Annotations Tutorial with Custom Annotation

Java Annotations provide information about the code and they have no direct effect on the code they annotate. In this tutorial, we will learn about Java annotations, how to write custom annotation, annotations usage and how to par ...
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Google Guava Concurrency – ListenableFuture

In my last post I covered using the Monitor class from the com.google.common.util.concurrent package in the Guava Library. In this post I am going to continue my coverage of Guava concurrency utilities and discuss the ListenableFu ...
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Permissions in OSGi

In a previous post, we looked at implementing a sandbox for Java applications in which we can securely run mobile code. This post looks at how to do the same in an OSGi environment.OSGi The OSGi specification defines a dynamic m ...
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