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How to win or fail when writing software: A car analogy

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I realized a common analogy would be a useful tool to help non-engineers and non-developers… why not a car? A modern vehicle is a feat of engineering. Rolling down the highway at 70mph means all sorts of vibrations and harmful oscillations must be damped out to prevent the vehicle from destroying itself. Modern vehicles like my truck actually have a ...

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Java Annotations: Explored & Explained

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One of the many wonderful features of Java 5 SE is the introduction of the Annotations construct. Annotations are tags that we can insert into our program source code for some tool to process it and make sense out of it. Annotations processing tools generally use Reflection API (of Java 5 SE) to process the code at source level on ...

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JBoss Core Java Web Services

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This blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with ‘plain’ java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.). JBoss it self provides support for web services. So if you are really trying to build basic web service (or if ...

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Apache Camel using Groovy Introduction

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From their site, it says the Apache Camel is a versatile open-source integration framework based on known Enterprise Integration Patterns. It might seem like a vague definition, but I want to tell you that this is a very productive Java library that can solve many of typical IT problems! You can think of it as a very light weight ESB ...

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GlassFish: How to deploy a war file

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Before trying this out make sure you have installed GlassFish in your machine. Installation is just easy as downloading the zip archive from here and unzipping it to a desired location. Creating a new domain Open up a terminal, change directory to the GlassFish installation directory and run following.       bin/asadmin This will enable you to use asadmin ...

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Maven Web Project Kickstarter Codebase with Spring, Hibernate, Akka, Twitter Bootstrap, Apache Tiles and jQuery

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I am happy to upload my second project to GitHub to help people get started with Java Web App Development as quickly as possible. I am sharing this code with Apache License 2.0. Here is the URL for the same: https://github.com/ykameshrao/spring-hibernate-springdata-springmvc-maven-project-framework The project consists of following parts: 1) Commons-Deps: Dependencies declared as a single pom file to easily manage the ...

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JavaOne 2012: Difficult Decisions

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It was recently announced that the JavaOne 2012 Schedule Builder is now available. I have signed up for my first cut at sessions that I will attend, but found myself experiencing the typical feelings of excitement and disappointment as I did so. If I was forced to make a Top Ten list of the sessions I have been most interested ...

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Does the PMI-ACP set the bar high enough on Risk Management?

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I’m trying to understand the PMI’s new certification for Agile Certified Practitioners, and what value the PMI brings to managing software development projects using Agile methods. So I bought RMC’s PMI-ACP Exam Prep Guide which is written by Mike Griffiths, a guy who understands a lot about project management and Agile methods, and who has been heavily involved in the ...

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Getting started with JAX-WS

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JAX-WS stands for Java API for XML Web Services. It is a Java programming language API for creating web services and clients that communicate using XML. This post is a quick start for JAX-WS. Prerequisites GlassFish integrated with Eclipse. Creating the JAX-WS Web Service 1.In Eclipse create a Dynamic Web Project called ‘com.eviac.blog.jaxwsproj’. Make GlassFish as the Target Runtime.     ...

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Apache Camel using Groovy Introduction

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From their site, it says the Apache Camel is a versatile open-source integration framework based on known Enterprise Integration Patterns. It might seem like a vague definition, but I want to tell you that this is a very productive Java library that can solve many of typical IT problems! You can think of it as a very light weight ESB ...

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