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Developing Java EE applications with Maven and WebLogic 12c

The WebLogic Server 12c has very nice support for Maven now. The doc for this is kinda hidden though, so here is a direct link http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1212/core/MAVEN To summarize the doc, Oracle did not provide a public Maven repository manager hosting for their server artifacts. However they do now provide a tool for you to create and populate your own. You ...

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Thymeleaf integration with Spring (Part 2)

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1. Introduction This is the second part of the Thymeleaf integration with Spring tutorial. You can read the first part here, where you will learn how to configure this project. As explained at the beginning of the first part of this tutorial, the web application will send two types of requests:         Insert a new guest: Sends ...

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When You Can’t Compete on Salary: Tech Talent On a Budget

When trying to hire developers, startups and small companies now find themselves in the unfortunate predicament of having to directly compete with the unlimited resources and mass appeal of market heavyweights like Google and Facebook. New grads are laser-focused on getting jobs with what many call The Big Four, and some grads will land. Most founders and hiring managers know ...

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Why Embracing Legacy is Wise

Legacy isn’t sexy. When hearing “legacy”, people think of COBOL. Those good old days when people talked to machines like they would talk to robots. But COBOL is not the only type of legacy. According to Stephen Ball, an Embarcadero salesman and evangelist whom I’ve met at the Java 2 Days conference in Sofia, Delphi has over 3 million developers world ...

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Easy to understand Dynamic Programming – Edit distance

Following the topic of the last post, I will discuss another problem that can be solved efficiently using dynamic programming. Unlike the Fibonacci sequence that we saw on the introduction post, the problem that I present here is a bit more tricky to solve (which also makes it more interesting). The reason I’ll review this problem and other similar ones ...

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Building Java Web Application Using Hibernate With Spring

This post will show how to create a Student Enrollment Application using MYSQL DB with Hibernate ORM in a Spring environment. This is a simple application that aims to collect the input details from the user during signup, save the details in the MYSQL DB and authenticate the same during login. 1. Create Java Web Application Project using Maven Template ...

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Java Enterprise Software Versus What it Should Be

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A lot of developers end up in the Java “enterprise” world at some point in their careers. I know the term alone conjures up all kinds of reactions, and rightly so. Often environments where lots of interesting technical challenges exist end up being those that nobody wants to work on because they are brittle, difficult to work on and just ...

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