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Too Many Parameters in Java Methods, Part 3: Builder Pattern

In my two immediately previous posts, I looked at reducing the number of parameters required for a constructor or method invocation via custom types and parameter objects. In this post, ...
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AWS EBS in 4 Steps

When you fire up an AWS AMI, you are given a small partition of disk space that survives reboots. For example, the base Ubuntu AMI I tend to favor comes with an 8GB primary partition; ...
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Creating Vulnerability Assessment Artifacts Using Maven Assembly

This article will discuss using Maven Assembly to create artifacts that can be provided to third-party vulnerability assessment sites (e.g., Veracode) for review. Static Analysis for ...
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Developing a personal mini Photo Gallery application using Struts2, Hibernate and MySQL BLOB – Part 1

Overview: In this workshop we’ll develop a web application which we can use to create a beautiful photo gallery. This you can host in a web server or you can use in your own PC to ...
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Getting started with Spring JDBC in a web application

I have shown you how to setup a basic Spring 3 MVC web application in my previous article. Reusing that project setup as template, I will show you how to enhance it to work with JDBC. ...
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Too Many Parameters in Java Methods, Part 2: Parameters Object

In my previous post, I looked at some of the problems associated with long parameters lists for methods and constructors. In that post, I discussed replacing primitives and built-in ...
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Having fun with Git

I recently read The Git Book. As I went through the Git Internals parts, it struck me how simple and elegant the structure of Git really is. I decided that I just had to create my own ...
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Hello World! What Every CS Student Should Know About the First Job

Anyone involved with hiring entry-level technology professionals (or reads posts on Reddit’s cscareerquestions forum) is aware that students are being prepared by schools for how ...
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Don’t You Know that Support is the Most Important Part of a Developer’s Job?

Agile development – because you are building working software faster and delivering it incrementally – forces development teams to face a common, fundamental problem: how to balance ...
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How to use Asynchronous Servlets to improve performance

This post is going to describe a performance optimization technique applicable to a common problem related to modern webapps. Applications nowadays are no longer just passively waiting ...
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