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Reza Rahman08/29/14
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Java EE 8 Takes Off!

A big day for Java EE - Java EE 8 is now officially launched as JSR 366 via the JCP process. As you might have expected the primary focus areas are HTTP 2/HTML 5 support, CDI/managed bean alignment, cloud support and Java SE alignment.

Ian Skerrett08/29/14
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Welcome to the New Eclipse IoT Top-Level Project

I am thrilled to announce the Eclipse Board of Directors has formally approved the creation of the Eclipse IoT top-level project. This is an important milestone for our vision of creating an open source community that is creating the technology to power the Internet of Things (IoT).

Peter Zaitsev08/29/14
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OpenStack Trove Day 2014 Recap: MySQL and DBaaS

The OpenStack Open Source Database as a Service Mission: To provide scalable and reliable Cloud Database as a Service provisioning functionality for both relational and non-relational database engines, and to continue to improve its fully-featured and extensible open source framework.

Borislav Iordanov08/29/14
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Where are the JVM Scripting IDEs?

Production code is being written, dynamic language code bases are growing, whole projects don't even have any Java code proper. Yet when it comes to tooling, the space is meager to say the least.

Reza Rahman08/29/14
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Spotlight on GlassFish 4.0.1: #1 JDBC Realm

There has been some refactoring between GF 3.x and GF 4.0. One unfortunate consequence of that refactoring is that the JDBC Auth Realm package has changed between those 2 GF versions. This can cause some obvious issues when moving, from GF 3.x to GF 4.0, an application using the JDBC Realm!

Tomasz Nurkiewicz08/28/14
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URL shortener service in 42 lines of code in... Java (?!)

Apparently writing a URL shortener service is the new "Hello, world!" in the IoT/microservice/era world. So my inner anti-hipster asked: how long would it be in Java? But not plain Java, for goodness' sake. Spring Boot with Spring Data Redis are a good starting point. All we need is a simple controller handling GET and POST:

Paul Hammant08/28/14
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Provisioning, Deployment and Application Config Cycles

In my opinion: provisioning should be via “Infrastructure as Code," deployment of application binaries is as it’s conventionally understood today, and application config should be “Configuration as Code.” Here’s a handy diagram of all that, for a single hypothetical environment.

Phil Whelan08/28/14
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PaaS Services Roundup

For developers, one of the many cool things about using a PaaS is that you can easily connect your application to any type of service instead of being limited to what your IT department officially provides.

Omri Erel08/28/14
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Important SaaS Development Platform Checklist

SaaS development platform checklist includes a number of factors: the impact of SaaS applications on IT, IT roles and responsibilities, as well as the impact on regulatory compliance, and so on, and all these play an important role in successful deployment.

Lieven Doclo08/28/14
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Java, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Their Lessons

So this is where I am right now on the hardware side of things. The software side was a lot easier to build (after all, I’m a developer). However I’ve gone through a number of iterations as well. My first plan was to have the sensor module push sensor data to the host, which then saved it into a MongoDB.

Eric D. Schabell08/28/14
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The Ultimate Starter Kit For JBoss BPM Suite

There is nothing quite like getting your game on with a new BPM technology or product. The same is true of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite in that you have enough resources at your disposal to kick-start your journey, but where to start?

Benjamin Ball08/28/14
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The Near Future of IoT

While it’s difficult to see where the market is going, given the exponential rate of change in IoT technology, I have noticed several key trends emerging. As a fellow IoT prospector on the frontier, this is my account of the most evident trends as well as some educated predictions for the future.

Alec Noller08/27/14
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Dev of the Week: Trisha Gee

Every week, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community 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 Trisha Gee, developer at 10gen, expert in high performance Java systems, and leader in the London Java Community.

Bill Bejeck08/27/14
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I/O With Files That Aren't Files

Using named pipes enabled me to decrypt and search of 300+ files in roughly 1.5 hours. I also avoided the space issue by never having to land a file on disk. While named pipes aren’t needed every day, they are a useful tool to have in your arsenal.

Jeremy Likness08/27/14
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AngularJS Lifetime Management, Lazy-Loading, and other Advanced DI Techniques

In summary, Angular’s dependency injection provides many advanced features you would expect and often require for a line of business application. The shortcut methods for factories, services, and providers sometimes confuse Angular developers into believing these are the only options available.