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Scaling Spring Batch – Step Partitioning

We have talked about how to get up and running with Spring Batch in a few of previous articles. Now, we’re going to start discussing some of the strategies available for scaling Spring ...
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When something works, share it!

When I joined PaddyPower in October 2012 I was asked to improve quality without affecting throughput.  I studied the teams for a couple of months and I came up with this model ...
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Dozer: Mapping JAXB Objects to Business/Domain Objects

Dozer is an open source (Apache 2 license) "Java Bean to Java Bean mapper that recursively copies data from one object to another." As this description from its main web page ...
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Service Composition: Modularity for SOA and Event-Driven Applications, Part I

Modularity is a cornerstone of good application design. As systems become more distributed, we’re faced with unique challenges to achieving effective modularity. How do you organize, ...
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Agile, Agile, Agile. What is so different about Agile for Developers and Testers?

The word Agile has taken the software world by storm. Agile has grown well past it’s hype cycle. People have got increasing awareness about Agile, however doubts still remain ...
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Lambda, will it serialize?

So I have been ponder an enhancement required on the Tyrus project that would allow a user to broadcast to a subset of client connected to a URL across a cluster of machines. There ...
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Drones and Big Data

Two weeks ago, I had a conversation with some colleagues where I was postulating a future bull market for drones, as I envisioned a number of commercial applications (food service, ...
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Investigating Memory Leaks Part 2 – Analysing the Problem

The first blog in this mini-series looked at creating a very leaky sample application, so that we can investigate techniques for solving heap based problems on server applications. ...
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What the Heck are Non-Functional Requirements?

  Simply put, if functional requirements create code that will address the needs of the end-users (customers), then non-functional requirements address the needs of the people ...
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When Source Code Comments Indicate Trouble

Developers have their own, cynical kind of humour. Consider, for instance, Geek and Poke’s view on how to insult a developer. But there’s a better humour than posting stuff on a ...
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