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Agile Lifecycles for Geographically Distributed Teams

I’ve been working with geographically distributed and dispersed teams for the past couple of years. Some of them on quite large programs, some of them reasonably small. What they ...
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A Tale of Two Cultures: Hackers and Enterprise Developers

Today I found myself thinking again of what I see as two distinct cultures in the development world: Hackers and Enterprise Developers. This really isn’t any kind of a rant just an ...
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Functional programming with Map and Fold in Java

In functional programming, Map and Fold are two extremely useful operators, and they belong to every functional language. If the Map and Fold operators are so powerful and essential, ...
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That’s Not Agile!

If you work with a bunch of agile minded developer’s, you often hear the phrase “That’s not Agile!” It’s quite humorous to hear, because it comes up all ...
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Why I will use Java EE instead of Spring in new Enterprise Java Projects in 2012

The question comes up often. It came up in my new project in November 2011, too. I will use Java EE (JEE) instead of the Spring framework in this new Enterprise Java project. I know: ...
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Observations on Dev / Ops culture

I am and always will be a student of leadership & design. I like to see things work, but I like it more when things work a little better or a little different than I’ve seen them ...
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Adding Ehcache to Openxava application

Introduction This article shows how to quickly enable Ehcache on Openxava applications and thus improving performance. When viewing an entity and its graph, relationships are loaded. ...
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A SMALL cross-section of BIG Data

Big data is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Big ...
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Why should you use Unchecked exceptions over Checked exceptions in Java

The debate over checked vs. unchecked exceptions goes way, way back. Some say it’s one of the best features Java included. Others say it was one of their biggest mistakes[1].It ...
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Overview of the basics of versioning

Why use version control? Versioning is a crucial key of the development process for several reasons best described through the lack of versioning:Want to see a great piece of code ...
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