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How Would ESBs Look Like, If They Were Done Today?

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JavaOne 2015 just came to an end and it was a great community event again. I gave two sessions and a HOL with Rafael. One of the sessions actually is my favorite: The talk about how ESBs would look like, if they were done today. What? ESBs? I thought that is the past? That is what I usually tend to ...

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Java Is Superior To React Native In Practically Every Way

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I got into a discussion with a colleague on the Java vs. JavaScript subject, which is a problematic subject to begin with. He then mentioned how great React Native is, I decided I have to look into it and maybe grab some ideas for Codename One… There are some nice ideas there, but none of them is revolutionary or exceptional ...

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Book Review – Kubernetes Up & Running by Kelsey Hightower

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Some Kubernetes …. cheering! As I have written in previous posts, when you start investigating and working with all these new and shiny container / orchestration technologies, there is a high chance that you will end up ‘lost’ in translation. A lot of information, a lot technologies, a lot of dev-ops, a lot of promises a lot of complexity and ...

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Overwhelmed? Don’t keep everything in your head

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Tasks have a way of multiplying like rabbits, overwhelming you quickly. After a few days on a new project, you’ll go past the point where you can easily track everything in your head. Those undone tasks will hound you and come to mind at the most inopportune moments, distracting you from the task you’re currently working on. And since programming ...

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Anatomy Of Setting Up An Elasticsearch N-Gram Word Analyzer

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To say that n-grams are a massive topic would be an understatement. Do a quick search and you will find yourself staring down volumes of information on linguistics and language models, on data mining, or on the implication of the breakdown of specific proteins on the decline of debutante culture. Okay, I’m kidding about that last one. But if you ...

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15 Reasons Why Developers Need to Learn AngularJS

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Over the last few years, AngularJS has emerged as the go-to stack for developing single-page web applications (SPAs). Being an extremely advanced JavaScript framework, it not only enhances your HTML to the maximum extent possible but also simplifies everything from designing the UI to testing the application. According to Libscore, a popular JavaScript analytics service, Angular is being used by ...

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JSF 2.2 Create a custom Hello World component in 30 seconds

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Let’s jump directly to the cool stuff and say that in JSF 2.0 a custom component was made available to page authors by configuring it in a Facelet tag library (*taglib.xml). Moreover, when the component is mapped in a JAR, a special entry in web.xml is needed to point to the *taglib.xml file. As of JSF 2.2, we don’t need ...

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Cross-platform mobile developement

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So what problems does cross-platform development actually solve. well they are two-fold. To have the capability of complete (or near complete) mobile platform coverage by developing the application once to run on multiple platforms. To kill two (or multiple birds) with one stone. And secondly to reduce language selection to a subset of the languages normally used to develop mobile applications and ideally ...

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Drill into Your Big Data Today with Apache Drill

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Apache Drill has been gaining significant user adoption and community momentum since its initial Beta availability in September 2014. The generally available version of Drill—Drill 1.0—was released in May 2015, and numerous customers have deployed and used Drill in production since then. In this blog post, I will briefly summarize some of the key capabilities that customers are finding immensely ...

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