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Full WebApplication JSF EJB JPA JAAS – Part 2

View – Creation and JSF set up This tutorial continues from part 1. Let us create a new Dynamic Web Project. Create it like the image bellow:Pay attention: in some moment the Eclipse will ask you if you want to add the JSF ...
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Using the JavaFX AnimationTimer

In retrospect it was probably not a good idea to give the AnimationTimer its name, because it can be used for much more than just animation: measuring the fps-rate, collision detection, calculating the steps of a simulation, the ...
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Measuring your IT OPS – Part 1

In my previous article I briefly explained the importance of measuring IT OPS to lay the foundations for Continuous Improvement (CI). I then listed what I think are few, indispensable IT OPS measurements that form the basis for a ...
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Measuring your IT OPS – Part 2

In my opening article I stated the importance of measuring IT OPS to provide the underlying framework for a Continous Improvement (CI) culture and to this effect I identified a list of IT OPS measurements which I consider key to u ...
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Introduction to BTrace for Java applications

The aim of this article is to learn how to dynamically trace/observe running Java applications (JDK 6+) using BTrace without changing the code and configuration params of the applications. What is BTrace? BTrace is an open source ...
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JavaFX 2 GameTutorial Part 4

Introduction This is part four of a six part series related to a JavaFX 2 Game Tutorial. If you’ve missed Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3, I encourage you to go through them before beginning this tutorial. To recap, in Part 3 I gave y ...
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Where do Security Requirements come from?

One of the problems in building a secure application is that it’s not always clear what the security requirements are and where they are supposed to come from. Are security requirements supposed to come from the customer? Are th ...
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java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: How to resolve – Part 2

This article is part 2 of our NoClassDefFoundError troubleshooting series. Take a look at part 1. It will focus and describe the simplest type of NoClassDefFoundError problem. This article is ideal for Java beginners and I highly ...
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The importance of measuring your IT operations

How could one tell if an IT organisation is working well? A simple measure could be to check the delivered business functionalities versus the requested ones; if IT delivered all that was requested by the business one could assum ...
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ElasticMQ message replication with JGroups

ElasticMQ is a messaging server, with a Scala, Java, and an Amazon SQS-compatible interface. It supports guaranteed messaging by replicating the messages across a cluster of servers, and message persistence with journalling.M ...
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