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Upcoming Webinar: 5 Best Practices for Debugging Java in Production

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Does your team spend over 10% of its time debugging Java in production? Deploying new code to production is a challenging task. What works on your local environment doesn’t act the same in production, and you find out about that through your users. Not ideal, right? Debugging in production is a key element that can help you understand how your ...

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Ceylon 1.3.2 is now available

Ceylon 1.3.2 is a significant minor release of the Ceylon language, with over 100 issues closed. This release introduces Ceylon assemblies, allows you toexport Ceylon modules as Maven repositories, makes it even easier than before to have a mixed Java and Ceylon project in Maven, allows string interpolation in assertions, and introduces lazy initialization for attributes. This release of Ceylon ...

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19 Hours of Practice to Prepare You to Pass 5 IT Industry-Leading Certification Exams Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have an extreme offer. We are offering the The Professional Ethical Hacker Bundle for only $49 instead of the original price of $1,680, yeap that is a massive 97% off. “Hacking” is a term that ...

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JSR 365 Update: Digging Into CDI 2.0

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Contexts and Dependency Injection 2.0 (JSR 365), is an update to CDI 1.2, which is currently part of the Java EE 7 platform.  It is currently in Public Review stage.  For those of you who are not very familiar with CDI, it defines a powerful set of complimentary services that act as a gel that help to improve the coordination and ...

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Java’s Finalizer is Still There

When I was first learning Java and transitioning from C++ to Java, I remember being told repeatedly and frequently reading that one should not treat the Java finalizer like C++ destructors and should not count on it. The frequency and insistent nature of this advice had such effect on me that I cannot recall the last time I wrote a ...

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Spring Data with JPA and @NamedQueries

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If you use Spring Data and @NamedQuery annotations at your JPA entity you can easily use them in a more convenient way using the spring data repository. On a previous blog we created a spring data project using spring boot and docker. We will use the pretty same project and enhance our repository’s functionality. We will implement a named query ...

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Language Server Protocol Talks at Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US

I’m particularly interested in learning more about Language Server Protocol at the combined Eclipse Converge and Devoxx US conferences at the end of March. We have a handful of projects doing work on the topic, and the opportunity to connect directly with the developers doing the work is too good of an opportunity to miss. I’m hoping to fit the following talks into ...

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How (not) to impress a potential CTO

The other day I was at an event for start-ups and entrepreneurs – no, not the “Agile for Startups” event I’m speaking at in a couple of weeks, for once I was in the audience. Half way through the organisers decided to do a type of speed networking – so we could get to know each other, find employees, find ...

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How to Handle the Problem of Too Many Classes

During nearly every presentation in which I explain my view of object-oriented programming, there is someone who shares a comment like this: “If we follow your advice, we will have so many small classes.” And my answer is always the same: “Of course we will, and that’s great!” I honestly believe that even if you can’t consider having “a lot ...

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