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Ian Skerrett09/30/14
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Getting Started with IoT and Java

At JavaOne we announced the Open IoT Stack for Java, a set of open source technologies that will make it easier for Java devs to build IoT solutions. The focus of the technology is to enable developers to connect and manage the devices, sensors and actuators that are part of their IoT solution.

Hubert Klein Ikkink09/30/14
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Gradle Goodness: Running Groovy Scripts as Application

In a previous post we learned how to run a Java application in a Gradle project. The Java source file with a main method is part of the project and we use the JavaExec task to run the Java code. We can use the same JavaExec task to run a Groovy script file.

Pierre-yves Saumont09/30/14
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Do it in Java 8: Automatic memoization

Memoization is a technique used to speed up functions. Memoization may be done manually. It may also be done automatically. We can find many examples of automatic memoization on Internet. In this article, I will show how Java 8 makes it very easy to memoize functions.

Ajitesh Kumar09/30/14
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AngularJS – How to Use AngularJS with Legacy UI Code?

This article presents tips on how to use AngularJS with legacy UI code, which could present challenges such as those described later in this article. Please feel free to leave comment/suggest if I failed to mention one or more important points.

Chris Chang09/30/14
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Custom Firewalls for Your MongoDB Deployment(s)

MongoLab runs all of its hosted MongoDB deployments with authorization enabled, which means that username / password authentication is required before your database can be accessed.

Tatiana Crawford09/30/14
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Finding the Shellshock Vulnerability with CloudPassage Halo

A serious vulnerability, being eferred to as Shellshock, was just reported in the Bourne-Again Shell (bash) that affects most *NIX-based systems. Halo users can quickly find out which servers have this vulnerability present using the newly-released Reports page in your Halo portal, or using the Halo API.

Robert Diana09/30/14
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Geek Reading September 29, 2014

I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my daily reading. This week's topics include reducing boilerplate code, API management, continuous delivery detailing, letting go of Agile culture, and more.

Alec Noller09/30/14
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The $14.4 Trillion Future of the Internet of Things

We were promised hover cars - this is true. But if our present reality is not the future you had once imagined, you can take comfort in the fact that something else is coming in place of hover cars: massive amounts of money.

Mike Bushong09/30/14
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Nontraditional network integrations

Integration goes well beyond OpenStack and DevOps. While those are also extremely useful, there are gains to be had by looking at nontraditional integration targets.

Rob Galanakis09/30/14
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Keeping talented employees

I’m normally not a fan of reducing human behavior to a list like this, but it seems pretty complete, and the words resonated.

Davinder Singla09/29/14
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Kendo UI Custom Grid

n this article I will show you how we can customize the Kendo UI grid to have custom toolbar at the top with command buttons to add, update and delete grid data. I will provide the step by step details for creating custom grid. In the end we will have a grid as shown below.

Ayende Rahien09/29/14
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What Changed in RavenDB 3.0: Replication

Replication is kinda important to RavenDB. It is the building block for high availability and transparent failover, it is how we do scale out in many cases. I think that you won’t be surprised to hear that we have done a lot of work around that area as well.

John De Goes09/29/14
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Sorry, Fanboys, There Will Be No Rise of the Machines

You’ve seen it in billion dollar movie franchises - the premise that one day, machines will become so intelligent that they will rise up against their human creators. It sounds plausible. But it’s actually as ridiculously and preposterously absurd as the premise that the earth is flat — maybe more so!

Alec Noller09/29/14
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Refcard Expansion Pack: Getting Started with Scala

Today, DZone released its latest Refcard: Getting Started with Scala. If you're interested in learning more about Scala or sharpening your skills, we decided to dig into the DZone archives and find some of the most popular posts we've had on the topic.

Bozhidar Bozhanov09/29/14
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Load-Testing Guidelines

Load-testing is not trivial. It’s often not just about downloading JMeter or Gatling, recording some scenarios and then running them. It’s good to be reminded of some things that can potentially waste time.