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Chris Odell10/10/14
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Anyone Can Be A Codesmith.

I think that anyone who writes code in any shape or form should feel free about calling themselves a codesmith. The ideals of craftmanship should be followed, with a healthy dose of pragmatism, but learning the skills to become a good coder takes time and experience.

Mark Needham10/10/14
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R: A first attempt at linear regression

I’ve been working through the videos that accompany the Introduction to Statistical Learning with Applications in R book and thought it’d be interesting to try out the linear regression algorithm against my meetup data set.

Miroslav Kopecky10/10/14
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Design Patterns with Scala: GoF Creational Pattern - Factory Operation (GoF: Factory)

As the word is coming more and more to its nature, distributed ones, the ability to implement most common design patter is more then expected and needed. Design patterns are trying to fulfill such motivation and enable understanding of the application behavior design.

Kuntal Ganguly10/09/14
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Overview of Identity Management System (Part 1)

This is the first part of the series giveng an overview of what is an Identity and Access manager and what are its features. Any application or tools claiming to be a identity provider has to fullfil these bases functionalities.

Nati Shalom10/09/14
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The Seven Most Popular APIs in Big Data – Part 2

One of the main reasons behind this is that each API represents a specific optimization that requires a fairly different data structure. Common to all of the various techniques however is that they were written under the assumption that disk is a bottleneck

Eric Minick10/09/14
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Achieving Highly Repeatable, Highly Reliable Deployment Processes for Hybrid Clouds

We’ve all heard this before; “market pressures and the demand to move more quickly and develop innovative applications” are forcing organizations to rethink how they develop and release applications. But what options exist for organizations? How about public clouds?

Yegor Bugayenko10/09/14
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jcabi-ssh: The Simplest Java SSH Client

jcabi-ssh is a simple Java SSH client that wraps JSch library and makes its usage more object-oriented and convenient

Dave Fecak10/09/14
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How To Get a Job in a Different City

Unless a candidate is considered superlative, non-local applicants are not always given the same level of attention as locals. Why might remoteness impact interview decisions (even in a tight market), and how can the potential for negative bias be minimized?

Mark Needham10/09/14
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R: Deriving a new data frame column based on containing string

I’ve been playing around with R data frames a bit more and one thing I wanted to do was derive a new column based on the text contained in the existing column.

Max Mccarty10/09/14
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Be Sure with Azure .NET - Azure Table Storage (Part 2)

Learn tips, best practices and pitfalls to avoid with Azure Table storage as we look at queries, concurrency, security and much more in Part 2.

Benjamin Ball10/09/14
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There's Finally an Official Hacker News API

They've released the API as part of a longer plan to modernize the markup and frontend of Hacker News to create a more reliable source of real-time data for readers that scrape the site for content and information. They plan to convert to a new Arc-powered engine in the next three weeks.

Upender Chinthala10/09/14
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Spring Integration with JMS and Map Transformers

In this article I explained how spring built-in transformers works for while transforming object message to Map Message. Sometimes the messages need to be transformed before they can be consumed to achieve a business purpose.

Jayanga Dissanayake10/08/14
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Mounting a Remote Repository (WSO2 GREG) to WSO2 ESB

WSO2 Governance Registry is basically a metadata repository which basically helps to store and manage metadata. In this article I am trying to explain, how to mount a remote repository to WSO2 ESB via JDBC-based configuration.

Victor Savkin10/08/14
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Add CSS Encapsulation to Your Favorite MV* Framework

CSS encapsulation is one of my favorite features coming to the Web platform. And though it is not supported by the majority of the browsers today, it is pretty easy to polyfil.

Erich Styger10/08/14
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RingBuffer Component with Put/Get/Clear Events

Sometimes I have a good idea how to extend one of my Processor Expert components with an extra feature, but then I step back because why implementing more than I need at the moment? Using the CDE (Component Development Environment) of Processor Expert makes it very easy to such additional events: