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Things Great Engineers (almost) Never Say

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Using Hudson/Jenkins to diagnose that intermittent failure

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Bad developer – good boss

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A Lazy Developers Introduction to Java Concurrency Executors

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Bad Things Happen to Good Code

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Android: Multi-touch gestures controller

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Mocking with JodaTime’s DateTime and Google Guava’s Supplier

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Apache Hive on Windows in 6 easy steps

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Android: Finding the SD Card Path

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JavaOne 2012: Diagnosing Your Application on the JVM

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