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Weird Funny Java!

Sometimes we can do really weird and funny things with Java; Some other times we are just being creative! Take a look at the following three examples and you will find out what I mean! Have ...
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On the importance of communication in the workplace

When I just started learning how to program, I thought programming as a profession was about code, design and algorithms – after all, these are the courses that are taught in university, ...
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GPGPU with Jcuda the Good, the Bad and … the Ugly

In our previous article GPGPU for Java Programming we showed how to setup an environment to execute CUDA from within java code. However the previous article focused only on setting ...
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Services, practices & tools that should exist in any software development house, part 2

Here we go again. In the first part we have gone through some basic tools like Code Repository, Issue Tracker and Wiki. We have also listed services like a builder server, ideas tools ...
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How to Get Unstuck

Jeff Wofford singles out “getting stuck” as A Programmer’s Greatest Enemy. Stuck as getting stuck with a problem that you just can’t solve. This situation gets frustrating fast. ...
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Getters and Setters Are Not Evil

Every now and then some OOP purist comes and tells us that getters and setters are evil, because they break encapsulation. And you should never, ever use getters and setters because ...
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If I had more time I would have written less code

In a a blatant rip-off of the T.S Eliot quote: “if I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter” I had a thought the other day, perhaps: If I had more time, I would have ...
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Services, practices & tools that should exist in any software development house, part 1

I truly believe that it’s part of our job, some sort of duty, to evangelize the correct way of working within the company / department we work for. Apart from doing our regular ...
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SQL or NOSQL: That is the question?

So what’s the deal with NoSQL? Is NoSQL just a controversial buzzword? Could you imagine if the term ‘Object Oriented’ didn’t exist and instead architectures ...
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Open Source Java Libraries and Frameworks – Benefits and Dangers

Everyone in the Java world seems to use various open source libraries and frameworks… and why not, there are hundreds available covering virtually every type of programming problem ...
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