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The 10 Most Popular DB Engines (SQL and NoSQL) in 2015

About two years ago, we’ve published this post about the 10 most popular DB engines, where we analyzed the data published by Solid IT on their DB Ranking website. In the meantime, the Solid IT measurement system has found to be a credible source, such that the website has also been cited at Gartner, InfoWorld, and many other sources. Comparing ...

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Stack safe recursion in Java

In this article, excerpted from the book Functional Programming in Java, I explain how to use recursion while avoiding the risk of a StackOverflow Exception. Corecursion is composing computing steps by using the output of one step as the input of the next one starting with the first step. Recursion is the same operation, but starting with the last step. ...

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Getting Started with Couchbase using Docker

Couchbase Server 4.0 was recently released and can be downloaded and easily installed. Getting Started with Couchbase explains in very simple and easy steps on how to get started with Couchbase.  But when living in a container world, everything is a Docker image. And Couchbase also has a Docker image. This blog will explain how you can easily start a Couchbase Server 4.0 as a Docker image. Install ...

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Do Project Managers need Domain Experience?

Opinions vary on whether a project manager needs to have domain experience.  Certainly project managers that do not have domain experience will be the first to say that domain experience is not necessary as long as they have access to excellent subject matter experts. I would advocate a more nuanced position; that is, a project manager does not need domain experience ...

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Akka Typed: First steps with typed actors in Scala

With the [release of Akka 2.4.0| http://akka.io/news/] a couple of weeks ago the experimental Akka Typed module was added. With Akka Typed it is possible to create and interact with Actors in a type safe manner. So instead of just sending messages to an untyped Actor, with Akka Typed we can add compile time type checking to our Actor interactions. ...

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Apache Camel 2.16 Released – Top 10 highlights

Apache Camel 2.16 was released last friday. This blog entry is my attempt to do a top-10 (+ 1 as bonus) highlights of this new release. 1. Dynamic To Very likely the top FAQ question from Camel users, is how do I send a message to an endpoint which uri should use a dynamic value from my message such as a ...

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Scaling Java EE Microservices on OpenShift

The first two parts of this little series introduced you build a tiny JAX-RS service with WildFly Swarm and package it into a Docker image. You learned how to deploy this example to OpenShift and now it is time to scale it up a bit. Why Scaling Is Important One of the key aspects of microservices based architectures is decomposition ...

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The “Big 4”, GitHub, Bootcamps, and Rants – Conversations Overheard From the Kids Table

I’ve been on Reddit for the past few years, mostly giving advice in a subreddit (or “sub”) called CS Career Questions. The participants run the gamut of technologists, and on any given day you can see questions from high school sophomores asking which math class would better prepare them for a programming career to programmers in their fifties seeking input ...

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Large companies and fast cars

A few weeks ago I tweeted: “Large companies trying to be Agile remind me of middle aged men buying sports cars” I wasn’t saying large companies couldn’t be Agile – heaven knows most are trying and a few have successful software teams but on the whole the successes are few and far between. My thinking has nothing to with whether ...

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