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What’s New in Docker 1.12? The Top 5 Features You Should Know

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  What’s new in Docker and how it can affect your code? Docker version 1.12 is out, along with some updates that came during the past few weeks. The version name might imply that this update includes just a few new features, but going through the release notes tells a whole different story. In the following post we’ve gathered the ...

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How to use transient variables in Activiti

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A feature that has been requested quite a bit – transient variables – has landed in the Beta3 of Activiti v6 we’ve released yesterday. In this post, I’ll show you an example on how transient variables can be used to cover some advanced use cases that weren’t possible (or optimal) before. So far, all variables in Activiti were persistent. This means ...

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Security Layer for NutchServer

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I’ve worked for Security Layer for NutchServer of Apache Nutch as my GSoC 2016 project and finished it. At this blog post, I’ll explain how it works and how to use it. First of all, I suggest you to read my previous posts about my GSoC 2016 acceptance: http://furkankamaci.com/gsoc-2016-acceptance-for-apache-nutch/ if you haven’t read it. Apache Nutch is a highly extensible and scalable ...

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Even Good Code Comments Deteriorate

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As I mentioned in a previous blog post, I’ve been working a bit with Infinispan recently. One of the things that I like about Infinispan’s and PostgreSQL‘s documentation is that each product’s documentation makes it very clear which version of the product the documentation applies to and they each make it easy to find other or more current versions of ...

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Running -XX:CompileCommand on Windows

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The HotSpot JVM provides several command-line arguments related to Just In Time (JIT) compilation. In this post, I look at the steps needed to start applying the command-line flag -XX:CompileCommand to see the just-in-time compilation being performed on individual methods. JIT Overview Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski’s blog post Do you get Just-in-time compilation? provides a nice overview of the JIT compiler and ...

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Big Data Security: Vulnerability Management

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Mitesh Shah, Senior Product Manager for Security and Data Governance at MapR, describes an important concept in big data security: vulnerability management, which is a key layer in the trust model. He explains what is provided by the MapR Converged Data Platform, and what the customer’s role is in terms of maintaining a secure environment.           ...

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Will StackOverflow Documentation Realize Its Lofty Goal?

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StackOverflow.com has had a huge impact on software development. Although I agree with Fred Brooks that there is no silver bullet in software development, StackOverflow.com has certainly played a significant role in developers learning quicker from others’ experiences, being able to learn from many more peoples’ experiences, and being more productive. StackOverflow.com allows developers to benefit from the advantages of ...

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Automated, Self-Service Provisioning Of Virtual Machines On Hyper-V Using HyperForm

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HyperForm now provides superior automation of VM provisioning on Hyper-V through a self-service model that empowers users to provision infrastructure on-demand. With HyperForm, organizations can automate not just the VM provisioning, but the approval workflows and granular entitlements needed to provide personalized infrastructure services to meet unique IT and business needs. HyperForm allows organizations to: Connect multiple Hyper-V Nodes or ...

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Infinispan Versions Mapped to Minimum Java Versions

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I’ve been playing around a little bit with Infinispan recently and one of the characteristics of this “distributed in-memory key/value data store” that I have noticed is its relatively aggressive adoption and even requirement of later major versions of Java. The following maps Infinispan releases to minimum required Java SE versions per referenced Infinispan documentation. Infinispan Versions and Their Minimum ...

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