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Groovy Goodness: Closure as a Class

When we write Groovy code there is a big chance we also write some closures. If we are working with collections for example and use the each, collect or find methods we use closures ...
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Java 9 Behind the Scenes: Where Do New Features Come From?

Find out what’s going on behind the scenes of Java, and how new features come to life In a previous post we went over the new and pending features for the upcoming Java 9 release, ...
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WAI-ARIA support for AutoComplete widget

In this post I would like to discuss the accessibility for an AutoComplete widget. A typically AutoComplete widget provides suggestions while you type into the field. On my current ...
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What Does a Software Architect Do?

Do you have a software architect in your project? Do you need one? Well, most agile teams do not define such a role explicitly and work in a democratic mode. Every important technical ...
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The Agile Tester, a curious and empathetic animal

The agile tester (ˈadʒʌɪl/ ˈtɛstə/) is an mammal member of the family “Exploratoris”. He lives in the wild in small groups named cross-functional agile teams.           Skills Besides ...
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Write in Ceylon, Deploy as OSGI, use in JEE

… or how to use Ceylon inside Java EE application servers. The Ceylon language is inherently modular, and is shipped with a complete infrastructure that allows leveraging this ...
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New Custom Control: TaskProgressView

I have written a new custom control and commited it to the ControlsFX project. It is a highly specialized control for showing a list of background tasks, their current status and progress. ...
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JPA Tutorial: Mapping Entities – Part 3

In my last article I showed two different ways to read/write persistent entity state – field and property. When field access mode is used, JPA directly reads the state values from ...
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NetBeansIDE and IntellijIDEA From The Eyes of a Long Time Eclipse User

I have been using Eclipse IDE since 2006 and I liked it so much for various reasons. First it is open source and free to use. Eclipse looks pretty neat on Windows OS on which I work ...
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Java And The Sweet Science

When you have been developing in Java for 15 years and a coworker asks you to help them debug a null pointer exception, you don’t expect to be surprised. Usually it is quite obvious ...
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