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A JavaFX HelloWorld using Java 9’s Project Jigsaw in 60 seconds

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By now you’ve probably have heard of Java 9’s new module system a.k.a. project Jigsaw. If you don’t know about Java 9’s new module system, you should visit Mark Reinhold’s paper on The State of the Module System. Also, you should check out @nipafx Nicolai Parlog’s excellent blog at http://blog.codefx.org There he goes into great detail about Java 9’s new module system and ...

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A Doomed Code Review

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I wrote this post for Disy’s Tech Blog. Check out the original here (with less swear words). There is also some interesting stuff about databases and geographical information system, so if you are interested in these topics, you might want to take a look (much content is in German, though). There are a couple of things you should do to ...

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Java EE vs Java SE: Has Oracle Given up on Enterprise Software?

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Java Enterprise Edition is one the biggest sources for confusion in the worldwide Java community. Just like the difference between Star Wars and Star Trek to anyone who “The Force Awakens” was the first movie they’ve seen in the franchise. The weird thing is that even if you’re experienced with developing for EE, the complete picture is often still fuzzy. ...

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One (Token) Ring to Rule Them All

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For newcomers to Cassandra, all the terminology can be a little overwhelming at first. If you have experience with relational databases, some concepts like a “Row” or a “Primary Key” will be familiar. But other terms that seem straightforward can often be a little confusing, especially when paired with some of the visuals you see when learning about Cassandra. For ...

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Docker Networking and DNS: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

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Docker SDN (Software Defined Network) already exists for quite some time. What is new, starting from the release 1.11, is the addition of DNS round-robin load balancing. That is both a reason for celebration and an opportunity to explore Docker networking and DNS. We’ll explore internal and external networking, see how DNS fits into the picture, discuss use cases that ...

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10 SQL Tricks That You Didn’t Think Were Possible

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Listicles like these do work – not only do they attract attention, if the content is also valuable (and in this case it is, trust me), the article format can be extremely entertaining. This article will bring you 10 SQL tricks that many of you might not have thought were possible. The article is a summary of my new, extremely ...

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SOAP Web Services

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What is SOAP according to W3C Definition “SOAP is a lightweight protocol intended for exchanging structured information in a decentralised, distributed environment. It uses XML technologies to define and extensible messaging framework providing a message construct that can be exchanged over a variety of underlying protocols. The framework has been design to be independent of any particular programming model and other implementation ...

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