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Chip Bates05/04/13
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Security Concerns for Windows Migrations

The urge to “get the job done” is a powerful one, and when the job is a Windows migration the pressure to “do what it takes” often results in security policies being overlooked or even suspended.

Lofi Dewanto05/03/13
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Software Development Macro and Micro Process

If you think that in year 2012 all companies which produce software and IT divisions in our world have already their optimized software development process, you are wrong. It seems that we - software architects, software developers or whatever your title is - still need to optimize the software development process in many software companies and IT divisions.

Giuseppe Vettigli05/03/13
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A new RefCard from the GlowingPython!

This Refcard is a collection of code examples that introduces the reader to the principal Data Mining tasks using Python.

Eric D. Schabell05/03/13
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JBoss BRMS Cool Store Demo Part II - Complex events and business rules (video)

Following up on the initial announcement of the JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) Cool Store Demo I wanted to provide a three part series of videos that outline how to work with the project and its basic features.

Kin Lane05/03/13
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Can't Wait Until Carmakers Harness APIs

In the tech space we use the term dashboard a lot. Now think about the dashboard in your car. How much control over this dashboard do you have? Just wait until Ford, GM, BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota and other carmakers get their footing with APIs. It will be a different game!

Eric D. Schabell05/03/13
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JBoss BRMS Cool Store Demo Part I - Installation (video)

Following up on the initial announcement of the JBoss Business Rules Management System (BRMS) Cool Store Demo I wanted to provide a three part series of videos that outline how to work with the project and its basic features.

Steven Lott05/03/13
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Legacy Code Preservation: Paving the Cowpaths

The phrase refers to the way cows tend to meander across the landscape in a remarkably consistent way. The cows reliably follow a consistent path. The paths tend to wander in ways that seem crazy to us.

Tim Spann05/03/13
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Apache Kafka, XStream, and Spring MVC Links

Running a Multi-Broker Apache Kafka 0.8 Cluster on a Single Node, Google Guava Cache with regular expression patterns, and Spring MVC Session Tutorial.

Chris Haddad05/03/13
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What the New IT Model Should Be

To build a New IT delivery model, adopt a platform supporting cloud integration, cloud run-time, cloud DevOps, application services governance, API and mobile enablers.

Madhuka Udantha05/03/13
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Enabling SSO in WSO2 User Engagement Server (UES)

This post will explain how to have Single sign-on (SSO) among them with support of ‘org.wso2.carbon.identity.sso.saml.feature’ or you can used wso2 IS server for SSO.

Reza Rahman05/03/13
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Anthony Lai on Java EE Concurrency Utilities

The 129th episode of the Java Spotlight podcast features an interview with Java EE Concurrency Utilities (JSR 236) spec lead Anthony Lai. You can listen to the full podcast here.

Ayende Rahien05/03/13
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Raven's Storage: Understanding the SST File Format

If you are wondering about the binary format, that is what this post is all about. We actually start from the end. We have the last 48 bytes of the file are dedicated to the footer.

Raymond Camden05/03/13
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Using the Progress event in PhoneGap file transfers

For my demo, I thought I'd build a simple MP3 downloader/player. I began by creating an incredibly simple web page. It lists the name of the artists and the song along with a picture. I've included a button that will trigger the download. Also make note of the status div I'll be using for - you guessed it - progress events.

Gary Sieling05/03/13
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Case Study: 10x File Copy Performance with Robocopy

This case study examines the performance of Robocopy duplicating approximately 2.5-3 million documents at 10x speed, with the final copy taking approximately 24 hours.

Eric Gregory05/03/13
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Links You Don't Want To Miss (May 3)

Today: New Java 8 features, obsolete tech skills, how open data is transforming global agriculture, Wikipedia's switch to MariaDB, and much more. Plus, our entries for the Mars haiku challenge.