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Containers Will Change the Game Server Hosting Industry


The last 12 months have seen some exciting Docker developments for game servers. The core product has become significantly more mature, the user base has grown considerably, and a number of advanced features have emerged solving many of the core barriers to containerization of game servers and other opinionated applications. We’ve also seen a number of exciting new products and ...

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Analysis: Google Moving to OpenJDK, What That Really Means


I’ve been following the news breaking since yesterday as a hacker news post highlighted that an Android commit included OpenJDK files. This is amazing news and a huge step forward for Java, its still unclear if this is just another move or the inkling of a settlement between Google and Oracle but I’m very hopeful that this is indeed a ...

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The Recruiter Manifesto


It’s no secret that many agency recruiters behave unethically. As much as I enjoy getting paid to help companies grow and to assist job seekers in finding better opportunities, it is sometimes difficult to be enthusiastic about my industry. There is a segment of the technology population that assumes I must be unethical based on the industry I’m in, which ...

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Please, Java. Do Finally Support Multiline String Literals


I understand the idea of Java-the-language being rather hard to maintain in a backwards-compatible way. I understand the idea of JDK API, such as the collections, to be rather tough not to break. Yes. I don’t understand why Java still doesn’t have multiline string literals. How often do you write JDBC code (or whatever other external language or markup, say, ...

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Getting Started With The JBoss EAP 7 Quickstarts


Now, that the beta of latest Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform7 is out, it is about time to explore the available Java EE 7 quickstarts and deploy your first application with JBoss Developer Studio (JDBS). The quickstarts demonstrate JBoss EAP, Java EE 7 and a few additional technologies. They provide small, specific, working examples that can be used as ...

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Discovering a Trove of Java Primitives Collection Handling


While reading the blog post 5 Tips for Reducing Your Java Garbage Collection Overhead, I was reminded of the existence of a small Java collection library called Trove that “provides high speed regular and primitive collections for Java.” I am especially interested in the ability to apply Trove to allow for collections of primitives rather than requiring elements in collections ...

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Decorator Design Pattern using lambdas


With the advent of lambdas in Java we now have a new tool to better design our code. Of course the first step is using streams, method references and other neat features introduced in Java 8. Going forward I think the next step is to revisit the well established Design Patterns and see them through the functional programming lenses. For ...

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