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Hibernate Gotchas to Watch out

I’ve been using Hibernate for some time now and when I don’t work on a hibernate project for a while I find myself doing the same mistakes I did the previous times. So here is a sort of watch list for my self hopefully will be useful to someone else as well. Implement hashCode and equals You should always implement ...

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Breaking Down an Agile process Backlog

The process of breaking down a backlog is one of the most important steps in any Agile process. I have found over the years that the better a backlog is broken down the smoother the implementation of that backlog is. I have found that the single greatest influencer in the success or failure of a backlog is the process of ...

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What features of Java have been dropped in Scala?

Despite more complex and less intuitive syntax compared to Java, Scala actually drops several features of Java, sometimes for good, other times providing replacements on the standard library level. As you will see soon, Scala isn’t a superset of Java (like Groovy) and actually removes a lot of noise. Below is a catalogue of the missing features.       ...

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Best Of The Week – 2011 – W32

Hello guys, Time for the “Best Of The Week” links for the week that just passed. Here are some links that drew JavaCodeGeeks attention: * Eclipse 3.8M1 Brings Java7 Support: The Eclipse Foundation has released Eclipse 3.8M1, which is the first milestone release with Java7 support. Java7 support will come to Eclipse 3.7.1, which is due to be released in ...

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Atlassian JIRA v.4.4 Released

Few days ago Atlassian released a brand new version of its flagship issue and project tracking software: JIRA v. 4.4. Even though it’s a “minor” upgrade it introduces a bunch of great new features, both for users, project administrators and JIRA administrators. Installation Installing and upgrading JIRA standalone has always been easy but the new installer and configuration wizard really ...

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Selling Yourself: Why? and How!

I know many good developers who are under the impression that they either don’t have to sell themselves, or selling themselves is wrong, but is that really true? First let me clarify by defining what I mean by “selling yourself”. I don’t mean “selling out”, I mean marketing yourself, what you’re doing and what your skills are. Especially to your ...

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Android Game Development – Particle Explosion

Ever wondered how explosions are created? Let’s take a little detour and try to implement a basic particle explosion. An explosion is nothing more than a bunch of particles (be them pixels, small shapes or images) scattered across the screen, originating from a single point. Not all the time but mostly and for the sake of simplicity we’ll assume that ...

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Android Interview Questions and Answers

Last updated Jan. 4, 2019 Our Android interview questions and answers collection is all about different types of questions that can be used in an interview, in order for the employer to test your skills and knowledge. In the following sections we will discuss about Android OS regarding its functionality, Command line tools, Performance and other topics. Here are some ...

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Best Of The Week – 2011 – W31

Hello guys, Time for the “Best Of The Week” links for the week that just passed. Here are some links that drew JavaCodeGeeks attention: * Java SE 7 Released: First Major Update Since December 2006: Big news for Java this week, the new Java SE 7 is released. New features include the Fork/Join Framework, the “try-with-resources” statement, switch statement for ...

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