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The ins and outs of immutability

So in my first post I talked a little bit about the builder pattern and I mentioned a really powerful but yet overlooked concept: immutability. What is an immutable class? It’s simply ...
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The builder pattern in practice

I’m not going to dive into much details about the pattern because there’s already tons of posts and books that explain it in fine detail. Instead, I’m going to tell you why and ...
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Spring Data JPA and pagination

Let us start with the classic JPA way to support pagination. Consider a simple domain class – A ‘Member’ with attributes first name, last name. To support pagination ...
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Camel 2.11 – HTTP proxy routes with url rewriting functionality

In the upcoming Apache Camel 2.11 release I have recently added support for plugging in custom url rewrite implementations to HTTP based routes (http, http4, jetty). This allows people ...
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Implementing Producer/Consumer using SynchronousQueue

Among plenty of useful classes which Java provides for concurrency support, there is one I would like to talk about: SynchronousQueue. In particular, I would like to walk through Producer ...
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Devoxx UK free ticket giveaway

Java Code Geeks are proud to conduct another important giveaway for the Java community! For this one we have teamed up with the Devoxx community and managed to get a ticket for the ...
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How Friction Slows Us Down in Software Development

I once joined a project where running the “unit” tests took three and a half hours. As you may have guessed, the developers didn’t run the tests before they checked in code, resulting ...
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JavaFX 2 XYCharts and Java 7 Features

One of my favorite features of JavaFX 2 is the standard charts it provides in its javafx.scene.chart package. This package provides several different types of charts out-of-the-box. ...
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One jar to rule them all

Trip down the memory lane Back in 1998, when I was a C/C++ developer, trying my hands on Java, a few things about the language were, to put it mildly – irritating – for ...
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Scala pattern matching: A Case for new thinking?

The 16th President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln once said: ‘As our case is new we must think and act anew’. In software engineering things probably aren’t ...
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