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Android ListView with Adapter Example

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How android ListView with adapter works is not so clear to me until I read this awesome examples and article of Lucas Rocha: Performance Tips for Android’s ListView. Today I’m going to show you the code I use whenever I wanted the user to select an “item” in an AlertDialog with ListView. If you are looking for an example AlertDialog ...

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Dealing With Slow Resource Leaks

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Finding resource leaks using Java-monitor Finding slow resource leaks is key to keeping your application servers up and running for very long times. Here I explain how I use Java-monitor to spot slow resource leaks and how to verify that they are actual leaks and not just extra pre-allocation into some HTTP connector or database pool. If you follow these ...

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Bean Manipulation using Dozer Framework

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Introduction As you know you can copy file or folder from source location to destination location in any operating system. Have you ever thought about copy the java object which is basically a POJO ? There are many instances where you need to copy the source bean contents to a destination bean. I am not taking about the copy constructor, ...

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Scala Wonderland: Case classes and pattern matching

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Pattern matching is usually related to text search. In Scala it has much more sophisticated usage. You can write exciting decision logic when used together with case classes. Even after understanding what the two things mean I wasn’t able to use them as they deserve. It takes a while to really grasp them. Long and winding road. Case classes allow ...

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Unit testing a Java Hadoop job

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In my previous post I showed how to setup a complete Maven based project to create a Hadoop job in Java. Of course it wasn’t complete because it is missing the unit test part . In this post I show how to add MapReduce unit tests to the project I started previously. For the unit test I make use of ...

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How To Start With Software Security – Part 2

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Last time, I wrote about how an organization can get started with software security. Today I will look at how to do that as an individual. From Development To Secure Development As a developer, I wasn’t always aware of the security implications of my actions. Now that I’m the Engineering Security Champion for my project, I have to be. It ...

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Why You Took The Wrong Job

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The decision to join a new employer and the process leading up to the move can be fraught with emotional attachments, irrational fears, and incomplete information.  Since job searches in technology often include self-interested third parties of varying influence (e.g. recruiters, founders, hiring managers) acting within a highly competitive hiring environment, the job seeker can be pushed and pulled in ...

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The Economics of Open Source : Seek Free Code. Find Innovation.

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In the past, many technologists had to evangelize open source within the enterprise. We had to justify its use, reassure executives about security, ability to support, etc.  Recently,  I believe those tables have turned.  More and more, businesses are asking the question, “Isn’t there an open-source solution for this?”. Not only has open-source been accepted, but its become the preferred ...

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JAAS-secured JAX-RS end point

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With the advent of RESTFUL (JAX-RS) as the “preferred” way to create web service end points, for a long time I have always wondered how people implement security mechanism around it. At the end of the day, I presume the underlying implementation of JAX-RS is servlet, and therefore its security might also be around what is already provided by the ...

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