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Java Memcached on Mac OS X

Introduction In this article I will explain how you can:Install and Configure Memcached on Mac OS X Use Memcached in your Java ApplicationI won’t go in too much detail about ...
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Does your App Support Android 4.0? Think Again

Think your app supports Android 4.0 just because you support 2.2 or 2.3? Maybe not. If your app uses a few common Java classes, you may want to double check your app on several 4.0 ...
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Developer’s Fantasies

The moment I became a proud father I almost lost all of my free time. Since then I became a proud father two times more. To make a long story short – I have three kids. This basically ...
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Squealer: An Anti-ORM Influenced Scala Tool

I was reading a blog post from Prismatic the other day and it got me thinking about how we, as programmers, have diverged so much from our roots. In the beginning, we designed small ...
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SQL tooling, the ranking

When you need to get up and running quickly with your database, the tooling becomes very important. When developing jOOQ and adding integrations for new databases, I really love those ...
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Better looking HTML test reports for TestNG with ReportNG – Maven guide

TestNG is a testing framework created as an annotation driven alternative for JUnit 3 in times when “extends TestCase” was a indispensable part of writing tests. Even now it provides ...
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Joins with Map Reduce

I have been reading on Join implementations available for Hadoop for past few days. In this post I recap some techniques I learnt during the process. The joins can be done at both Map ...
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Spring & JSF integration: Dynamic Navigation

Often your JSF application will need to move beyond basic static navigation and start to make dynamic navigation decisions. For example, you may want to redirect users based on their ...
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Implementing the State Machine Pattern as a Stream Processor

In my last blog, I said that I really thought that some of the Gang Of Four (GOF) patterns were becoming somewhat obsolete, and if not obsolete then certainly unpopular. In particular ...
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The Future of NoSQL with Java EE

I’ve been following the recent NoSQL momentum since some time now and it seems as if this buzzword also is drawing some kind of attention in the enterprise java world. Namely ...
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