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Chris Odell09/11/14
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The Codesmith

We are at a point in time where people who write software are much like the craftspeople and artisans in times past. Software is not yet something that can be easily manufactured on an assembly line. So are you a codesmith?

Kai Wähner09/11/14
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Comparison of Alternatives for Stream Processing and Streaming Analytics

The article discusses what stream processing is, how it fits into a big data architecture with Hadoop and a data warehouse (DWH), when stream processing makes sense, and what technologies and products you can choose from. Comparison of open source and proprietary stream processing / streaming analytics alternatives: Apache Storm, Spark, IBM InfoSphere Streams, TIBCO StreamBase, Software AG's Apama, etc.

Trevor Parsons09/11/14
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How Log Data Could Help Win Your Fantasy Football League

Log data is a powerful resource being overlooked by businesses. The value that may be hidden in the data is so large, it is borderline reckless not to manage your log data. This is occurring because the beneficiaries of this information are often the end users, who couldn’t tell you the difference between a log and a blog.

Dmitriy Setrakyan09/11/14
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Two-Phase-Commit for In-Memory Caches - Part II

When working with in-memory caches, we can always manage to keep the data within transactions consistent by slightly enhancing the standard 2-Phase-Commit protocol. The main advantage of in-memory vs. disk is that failure handling does not introduce any additional overhead.

Romiko Derbynew09/11/14
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Install NServiceBus as a Service with Powershell

I have just completed a script that can be used to install a service bus host as a windows service. It is nice to use, when delegating the installs to the support team, this is always done via NServiceBus.Host.exe.

Omri Erel09/11/14
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3 Don’ts of Cloud CRM Migration From On-Premise

With CRM application moving from on-premise to the cloud, managers need to ensure that this change goes as smoothly as possible. While it may seem simple (and sometimes it can be), there are a variety of ways in which cloud migration can be poorly done.

Mike Bushong09/11/14
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The Future of Networking: Freaky Deeky Math

The SDN dialogue remains fairly focused on automation. This is actually a good thing; the manual nature of networking means that networking is in dire need of some help on the automation front. There has been a meteoric rise in the number of companies building tools for this very purpose.

Michael Crump09/10/14
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How to Run HTML files in your Browser from GitHub

If you have a .html file in a GitHub repository and want to view that page directly, you would typically download or clone the repo to your local hard drive and run it from there. There is an easier way.

Alec Noller09/10/14
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Dev of the Week: Adam Diaz

Every week at DZone, we feature a new developer/blogger to catch up and find out what he or she is working on now and what's coming next. This week we're talking to Adam Diaz, Hadoop Architect at the Teradata Big Data Center of Excellence and featured author in DZone's upcoming 2014 Guide to Big Data.

Alec Noller09/10/14
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The Best of DZone: September 3 - September 10

If you missed anything on DZone this week, now's your chance to catch up! This week's best include the reasons why Vaadin is a Passat, named parameters in Java, mobile gaming with Haskell and SDL, NoSQL job trends, and more.

Mike Bushong09/10/14
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On the Plasticity of Networks

Plasticity in this context means that a seemingly rigid structure, like the law, can be deformed to meet a new need. Examples of this range from the mundane structuring of contracts to limit the downside of risky deals to the industry redefining methods of companies like Uber that challenge conventional practices and laws.

Quinten De Swaef09/10/14
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Event driven programming using Spring Boot and Reactor

This article will teach you how you can setup an environment to develop in an event-driven fashion using Spring Boot and the Reactor framework.

Denis Goodwin09/10/14
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Avoid a DDoS Attack with API Testing

To ensure that your API is ready for success, part of your testing practices should ensure that your API will handle this successful load. You should also be fully ready for surprising growth and popularity of your API!

Rob Galanakis09/10/14
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Can you quantify trust?

Bad managers, who are by definition less trusted, can easily rationalize away any attempt at quantification. One quantifiable measure would be employee turnover.

Markus Eisele09/10/14
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Start Your xPaaS Journey with OpenShift

After you've hopefully read the short little introduction to xPaaS you're excited to try out all the new features and just want to get started without further reading? That is easy. The only true prerequisite for everything you do around xPaaS is an OpenShift account.