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Phil Whelan10/27/14
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The Cloud Foundry Foundation One Step Closer to Reality

Today is another exciting day in the Cloud Foundry community, with the Cloud Foundry Foundation taking a giant step toward becoming official: its draft governing documents and bylaws have been posted for public review.

Troy Hunt10/27/14
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.NET Rocks Podcast: The Security of IoT

You know how you always wanted a fork with an ARM processor that could upload data wirelessly over the internet? C’mon, you know you want it and now you can get a HAPIfork.

Gen Furukawa10/27/14
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The New Reality: Microservices Apply the Internet Model to App Development

As software becomes the force driving industries of all types and sizes, the nature of app development and management is changing. Gone are the days of centralized control via complex, interdependent, hierarchical architectures. Welcome to small pieces, loosely joined via the microservice architecture.

Asela Pathberiya10/27/14
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Authorization for APIs with XACML and OAuth 2.0

In this blog post, let see how we can implement XACML to authorize the APIs. I wish you are familiar with OAuth 2.0 and lets directly go through the diagram. So, if we want to provide fine-grained authorization for API, The best way is to use XACML based Authorization approach.

Mike Ruderman10/26/14
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Visual CI - New snapshot compare solution for continuous integration

A new solution for snapshot image compare in CI. Integrate into existing UI automation to avoid regressions in the look & feel of your UI application. Simple to use, allows to defined what parts of the image to compare, If it lives up to it's offer, regression testing is about to be reinvented

Troy Hunt10/26/14
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Measure, optimise then measure again: further refining "Have I been pwned?"

As I’ve written in the past, I put an awful lot of effort into making Have I been pwned? (HIBP) fast. Not just a bit fast, blisteringly fast and that includes when it’s under a huge amount of load. But there was something bugging me with the site when it came to performance and it was this:

Antonio Santiago10/26/14
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7 reasons to use Yeoman's angular-fullstack generator

For my next project and, after looking for candidates and reading some hundreds of lines of documentation, I finally choose to work with the so called MEAN stack: mongodb, express, angular and node.

Giuseppe Vettigli10/26/14
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Andrews Curves

Andrews curves are a method for visualizing multidimensional data by mapping each observation onto a function. It has been shown the Andrews curves are able to preserve means, distance (up to a constant) and variances. Which means that Andrews curves that are represented by functions close together suggest that the corresponding data points will also be close together.

Alec Noller10/26/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct. 17): IoT Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the IoT Zone (October 17 - October 24). This week's best include the results of Typesafe's Java 8 survey, wearables for your shoes, part 5 of the Akka notes series, and more.

David Gelperin10/26/14
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Prudent Agile

Today's Agile is reckless. Consider a prudent alternative.

John Cook10/26/14
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Experts vs Professionals

Working with professionals can be a joy. Not only can they solve your problem, they may help you see what problem you should solve. Experts, however, are not always so pleasant to work with.

Maarten Ectors10/26/14
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Sentiment Analysis Beyond Tweets

Deep belief networks have made it possible to train computers to predict if a sentence is positive, negative or neutral. Most sentiment analysis captures headlines because tweets can be analysed. However are there business applications beyond social networking analytics? Here are five examples:

Benjamin Ball10/26/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct 17): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (October 17 - October 24). This week's topics include error out testing with Gradle, web services with Apache Camel, developing Java EE 7 apps, Spring Boot conventions, and top 10 traits of an architect.

Benjamin Ball10/26/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct 17): Performance Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Performance Zone (October 17 - October 24). This week's topics include Java performance, string concatenation in logging, scalability in distributed databases, garbage collection performance, and Python optimization.

Alec Noller10/26/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct. 17): NoSQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (October 17 - October 24). This week's best include MongoDB incremental migration scripts, how to connect to MongoDB form a Java EE stateless application, solutions for Redis running slowly, and more.