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To JAR Hell and Back

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
In this blog post we use JHades to troubleshoot problems in our classpath. JHades is a powerful tool that gives us useful information when trying to resolve a certain set of problems in Java development.The demo behind this blog post builds on the following: RAML code generation. Preview Text:  In this blog post we use...
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Groovy Goodness: Closure as a Class

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
When we write Groovy code there is a big change we also write some closures. If we are working with collections for example and use the each,collect or find methods we use closures as arguments for these methods. We can assign closures to variables and use the variable name to reference to closure. But we can also create a subclass of the Closure class to implement a...
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Unlocking and Erasing FLASH with Segger J-Link

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
When using a bootloader (see “Serial Bootloader for the Freedom Board with Processor Expert“), then I usually protect the bootloader FLASH areas, so it does not get accidentally erased by the application ;-). When programming my boards with the P&E Multilink, then the P&E firmware will automatically unlock and erase the chip. Preview Text:  ...
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UX Question, Handling Notifications

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
Ok, just a random note. I was going to post this on Google+ but figured I'd get a broader reach here on my blog. Lately I've run into two sites that handle notifications in a way that kinda bug me. I wanted to see if it bugs you too. I'm also curious if folks think my ideas for improvement makes sense, or if perhaps something else would be better. Preview Text:  ...
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Ruboto Team Releases Ruboto 1.2.0

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
In conjunction with the announcement of the Android L preview, the team at Ruboto has released an update to their platform featuring support for Lollipop and the ART runtime.If you aren’t familiar, Ruboto is a platform that allows Ruby developers to create fully-featured Android apps in JRuby.Along with some bugfixes, Ruboto 1.2.0 includes these updates: Preview Text:  ...
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The Cloudcast #165 - DevOps Automation as a Service

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:30
Download the MP3 Date: October 15, 2014 Preview Text:  Aaron talks with Evan Powell(@epowell101, CEO of @stack_storm), about Automation as a Service, Infrastructure.next as Code, and increasing the efficiency of DevOps tools and workflows. Legacy Sponsored:  unsponsored ...
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OWASP Top 10 Risks #2: Broken Authentication and Session Management

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:01
Breach-Apocalypse In 2013 over 34 million Americans reported some form of identity theft.  Three quarters through 2014 there is already a reported 568 data breaches with over 75 million records compromised and hundreds of millions of users affected.  This is up from the 439 breaches in 2013.  Identity theft isn’t a possibility, it’s a reality that is happening all the time...
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How To Duplicate Artifacts In JBoss BPM Suite in 3 Easy Steps

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:00
Earlier we have shown you how to access your business users project within the JBoss BPM Suite, by cloning over an SSH connection. Preview Text:  The following example is using the JBoss BPM HR Employee Rewards process project as the starting off point, giving us a completed process project. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
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Why AngularJS is Known to Have a Steep Learning Curve?

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:00
The article presents my opinion on why AngularJS is popularly known as framework with a steep learning curve. Preview Text:  The article presents my opinion on why AngularJS is popularly known as framework with a steep learning curve. After having spent so much time with AngularJS, where I wrote few Angular applications, I ended up...
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Time for Full Open Source Disclosure

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:00
We are not the first industry to face this challenge.  But many are convinced our problem is much smaller than it really is or that it does not exist.  They simply ignore it.  Or choose to do nothing about it.  Meanwhile, the problem is multiplying like rabbits.The challenge lies within our software.  Within the quality of its supply chain, within our collective ability...
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No Fuss! No Muss! Implement Validation Using JSR-303 Annotations in Spring

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:00
Every designer and developer knows that user input Validation is a vital part of development for any application. Since the inception of the various MVC frameworks like Struts, Spring, JSF etc., the method of implementing validation has been included in application design considerations. These frameworks set the standards for implementing validation by providing the necessary supporting...
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Cheap and Simple WiFi with ESP8266 for the FRDM Board

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Thu, 16-Oct-14 22:00
How cool would it be to add WiFi support to any projects or IoT? Why not using WiFi with a microcontroller which has only few KBytes of RAM and FLASH. For less than US$5? Dreams came true, and intrigued by an article at Hack-A-Day, I searched a supplier for that ESP8266 module. And this evening I have found the four ESP8266 modules I have ordered for $4.50 each from ElectroDragon in my mailbox. ...
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Easy REST Endpoints with Apache Camel 2.14

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:01
Apache Camel has a new release recently, and some of the new features were blogged about by my colleague Claus Ibsen. You really should check out his blog entry and dig into more detail, but one of the features I was looking forward to trying was the new REST DSL. So what is this new DSL? Preview Text:  Apache Camel has a new release recently,...
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NetBeans 8.0's Five New Performance Hints

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:00
NetBeans 8.0 introduces several new Java hints. Preview Text:  NetBeans 8.0 introduces several new Java hints. Legacy Sponsored:  unsponsored
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Interviewing Programmers: Start with Code

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:00
I spent the day yesterday interviewing programmers for a new start-up near Bristol. It’s a job I love. I’m always intrigued to hear about peoples' careers and how the approach the challenges we present. For me recruiting a programmer has to start with code. I don’t really care about the CV and the application process for this job involved a quick coding problem. Passionate...
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Find Security Holes With A Threat Analysis

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:00
It seems that every week we hear about a new high profile hacking. For example, it just came out that numerous financial institutions, in addition to JPMorgan Chase, were hacked. We live in an incredibly accessible world where those on the other side of the globe can easily knock on our digital front doors or even try to pick the locks. Preview Text:  ...
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IoT is Going to Steal All Your Stuff

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:00
Well, not steal your stuff exactly, but quietly and invisibly shift ownership of some of your prized possessions to somebody else. In other words, as IoT grows and connected devices become more and more ubiquitous, you'll own an increasing supply of snazzy electronic toys, but the maker of your toys may ultimately have more control over them than you do. Preview Text:  ...
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MySQL Ring Replication: Why It Is a Bad Option

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 23:00
Originally Written by Stephane Combaudon I’ve recently worked with customers using replication rings with 4+ servers; several servers accepting writes. The idea behind this design is always the same: by having multiple servers, you get high availability and by having multiple writer nodes, you get write scalability. Alas, this is simply not true. Here is why. Preview Text:  ...
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Plumbr 4.4: Completing Transition From Troubleshooting to Monitoring

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 22:30
We have been humbly quiet during our latest version upgrades. After all – when using any kind of software all you care is that it performs its duties you installed the software for in the first place. Preview Text:  First and foremost, you now have access to the history of your JVMs. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
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Large Program? Release More Often

Javalobby Syndicated Feed - Wed, 15-Oct-14 22:30
I’m working on the release planning chapter for Agile and Lean Program Management: Collaborating Across the Organization. There are many ways to plan releases. But the key? Release often. How often? I suggest once a month. Yes, have a real, honest-to-goodness release once a month. I bet that for some of you, this is counter-intuitive. “We have lots of teams. Lots of people. Our iterations...
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