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Faster JVM Application Warm Up With Zing

The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) provides a managed runtime environment for the safe deployment of applications with performance that can often exceed that of natively compiled languages like C and C++.  Memory management with garbage collection and adaptive compilation through the use of just in time (JIT) compilation are the two most prominent features. Although the use of bytecodes and ...

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The Agile virus

The thing we call Agile is a virus. It gets into organizations and disrupts the normal course of business. In the early days, say before 2010, the corporate anti-bodies could be counted on to root out and destroy the virus before too much damage was done. But sometimes the anti-bodies didn’t work. As the old maxim says “that which doesn’t ...

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The Best Way to Develop Android Apps Which Shows You Different Than Others

This is the era of mobile phones and the internet. Various industries make use of mobile phone applications and web software for promoting their businesses online to generate profits. Especially, mobiles are the most effective and convenient form of communication and data transfer. Android App Development is a critical point for developers. According to research, 88% of the market is ...

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Java: Chronicle Bytes, Kicking the Tires

Reading and writing binary data with Java can sometimes be a hassle. Read this article and learn how to leverage Chronicle Bytes, thereby making these tasks both faster and easier. I recently contributed to the open-source project “Chronicle Decentred” which is a high-performance decentralized ledger based on blockchain technology. For our binary access, we relied on a library called “Chronicle ...

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History and Motivations Behind Java’s Maligned Serialization

Issues related to Java’s serialization mechanism are well-advertised. The entire last chapter of Effective Java 1st Edition (Chapter 10) and of Effective Java 2nd Edition (Chapter 11) are dedicated to the subject of serialization in Java. The final chapter of Effective Java 3rd Edition (Chapter 12) is still devoted to serialization, but includes a new item (Item 85) that goes ...

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Microservices for Java Developers: API Gateways and Aggregators

1. Introduction In this post, we feature a comprehensive article on Microservices API Gateways and Aggregators. In the last part of the tutorial we were talking about the different means of how services in the microservices architecture discover each other. Hopefully it was a helpful discussion, but we left completely untouched the topic of how other consumers, like desktop, web ...

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Java Development Trends: Look Forward Ahead in 2019

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article on Java Development Trends for 2019. Did you know that since its inception in the last century, Java is now running on 10 billion devices? It has been the most popular coding language for decades, but in the last few months, Java has been going through some important changes. It was voted ...

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JavaScript Check if Variable is a Number Example

1. Introduction JavaScript is referred to as a dynamically typed language. What that means is that the language has data types but variables can hold values of different data types at different points in time. We can declare a variable and assign a string and subsequently assign a number to it as follows: let name = "Siddharth"; name = 39; ...

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A Quick Guide to Spring Boot Login Options

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“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Java Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. In this post, you’re going to work through various options for implementing a login feature using Spring Boot 2.1. You’ll start with the most simple, basic auth, ...

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