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Twitter CLI, using Twitter in your console

Twitter CLI is a command-line power tool for Twitter. The CLI takes syntactic cues from the Twitter SMS commands, however it offers vastly more commands and capabilities than are available ...
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Throughput and latency: performance tuning made simple

Many of our previous topics have measured the behaviour of certain systems in terms of either latency or throughput. As it can be confusing to understand what either of the term actually ...
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Node.js Non-Blocking IO Model

Now-a-days developers know about Node.js as a server -side javascript execution platform. According to nodejs.org,- “Node.js is a platform built on Chrome’s JavaScript runtime for ...
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We Analyzed 30,000 GitHub Projects – Here Are The Top 100 Libraries in Java, JS and Ruby

One of the biggest dilemmas developers face every day is which software libraries to use. Go with the hot new framework or the “boring” tried-and-tested one that’s been around ...
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Why I stopped using Spring

My post on DZone about Humble Architects sparked somewhat of a controversy, especially around my disparaing comments regarding Spring and Dependency Injection Frameworks. In this post, ...
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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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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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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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Insidi-DoS: Internally negotiated, self-image-damaging DoS

What’s more damning and ego-bruising than an external DoS (denial of service) attack? Why, an internally inspired one of course. Which self-respecting company would do such a ...
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