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Jim King08/07/13
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Complex Calculation in Reports with Innovative Java Development Tool

In report development, we may need to present the data from multiple databases in one report, such as data from MSSQL database for CRM and Oracle database for ERP. If the reporting tool like iReport only supports single data source, then we need to consolidate the multiple data sources into a single data source.

Tarun Sapra08/07/13
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JIRA 5.2 Essentials - Book Review

JIRA 5.2 Essentials cookbook starts with a brief introduction of JIRA and how to set it up. Once the user is familiar with basic concepts of JIRA (issues, fields etc) the book delves into deeper...

Blog Team At In...08/07/13
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Introduction to Systematic Programming - Part 1

In this class, the design method is defined as a structure that takes you from a poorly defined problem all the way to a well-structured solution. This transcends just software development, and can be used throughout one’s daily existence if applied in a thoughtful manner.

Blog Team At In...08/07/13
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Introduction to Systematic Programming - Part 2

Part 2 of Introduction to Systematic Programming focused primarily around How to Design Functions, or the HtDF method.

Mitch Pronschinske08/07/13
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Enhancing your JBoss Integration with JBoss BRMS

When the JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) is added into the mix, it allows for an orchestrator to enhance the ESB functionality, raising your enterprises integration abilities to a new level.

Mitch Pronschinske08/07/13
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Yokozuna: Distributed Search You Don't Think About

What happens when the index is too big to fit on a single node? What happens when replication is needed for availability? How do you give correct answers when the index is partitioned across several nodes? These are the problems of distributed search.

Istvan Szegedi08/07/13
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NewSQL at Cloud Scale – Spring, Hibernate and Amazon Web Services with NuoDB

In this post, the author will demonstrate Spring and Hibernate with NuoDB at cloud scale using AWS capabilities (AWS EC2 and CloudFormation).

Giorgio Sironi08/07/13
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Upgrading PHP, from the trenches

It's easy to start new project with PHP 5.4 and 5.5, which have been out for some time. However, jumping to a new version of the PHP interpreter is a leap that must be taken cautiously for medium and large applications, especially in the presence of technical debt (one of my favorite phrases).

Sander Mak08/07/13
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Some AngularJS Pitfalls

In the past few months I've been heavily using AngularJS. It's a marvelous framework for modern web applications. But as with every new toy, there are some rough edges that you have to be aware of. In this post I'll round up some gotcha's I encountered.

Paul Underwood08/07/13
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Hash Passwords with PHP 5.5

Almost every PHP developer has had to build an application that relies on a user login. In PHP version 5.5, password hashing functions were introduced into the core, giving you access to four functions to use when hashing passwords and verifying a password.

Allen Coin08/07/13
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Dev of the Week: Jim Bird

Every week, we feature a new developer/blogger from the DZone community. This week we're talking to Jim Bird: agilist, software security expert, and CTO.

Andrey Prikaznov08/07/13
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10 New jQuery Plugins for Forms (August 2013)

Today we have prepared a fresh collection of jQuery plugins for working with forms. All plugins have been carefully selected for this review; the majority of them are to turn your basic HTML forms into professional forms.

Antonin Januska08/07/13
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Best New Features in Bootstrap 3.0

Bootstrap 3.0 RC1 is looking great and I’m so happy to say that it’s a great transition and it looks much better than Bootstrap 2.X.

Blog Team At In...08/07/13
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CSS-Tricks: HTML5 Resource of the Day

Today’s resource is CSS-Tricks. Although CSS-Tricks is primarily known for its namesake tips and tricks for doing cool things with CSS, the site offers many other things modern web developers might find useful.

Henri Bergius08/07/13
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My Interview on the Origins of NoFlo

Here is a video interview of me talking about the origins of NoFlo, the flow-based programming environment for JavaScript: