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Maarten Ectors11/23/14
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IoT and Personal Health

I just saw Eric Dishman’s TED session on “Health care should be a team sport“. I love the idea of providing people with chronicle illness the means to be diagnosed and treated remotely and use big data to learn of a large group of patients with similar issues.

Fahim Farook11/23/14
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Spring - Accessing injected properties from constructor

Designing Spring for accessing properties from constructor.

Franck Wolff11/23/14
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Beyond JSON: Spearal Serialization Protocol for iOS

Spearal is a new, open-source, serialization protocol that aims to overcome the limitations of JSON. It targets - as a first step - HTML and native mobile applications connected to a Java backend. This article introduce the Spearal iOS module, written in Swift, with a iPhone / Spring MVC sample application.

John Walter11/23/14
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The Best of the Week (Nov 14): IoT Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the IoT Zone (November 7 - November 14). This week includes a look at the WatchKit SDK, the effect of IoT on our lives, and the role of logging in the IoT.

Sam Atkinson11/23/14
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How to hire great people: what a good java interview looks like.

Creating a good interview process is hard and most people don't bother. In this article we cover how to set up a great interview for hiring the best java developers.

Michael Georgiou11/23/14
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13 Blogs Every Software Developer Must Bookmark

One of the ways that can help you become aware of the relevant developments in your field and also enables you to brush up your existing skill sets is going through blogs written by experts in that field.

Erich Styger11/22/14
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Engineering Joke of the Week: The Frog

A little engineering humor for your weekend...

Mark Needham11/22/14
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R: dplyr - Group by field dynamically

A few months ago I wrote a blog explaining how to dynamically/programatically group a data frame by a field using dplyr but that approach has been deprecated in the latest version. It turns out the ‘group_by_’ function doesn’t want to receive a list of fields so let’s remove the call to list:

Mihir Punjabi11/22/14
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De-Mystifying Software-Defined Storage

Software-defined Storage (SDS) is being spoken about everywhere these days and various definitions of SDS are floating! This write-up is an attempt to represent SDS in simple language!

Linda Gimmeson11/22/14
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Big Data, The Cloud and Wearable Technology

Using big data, the cloud and wearable technology efficiently will be key to success for small businesses and enterprise level organizations. Discovering the full potential of big data, the cloud and wearable technology will come over time.

John Walter11/22/14
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The Best of the Week (Nov. 21): DevOps Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the DevOps Zone (November 14 - November 21). This week includes a guide to Ansible Galaxy, a look into metrics, and thoughts on config promotion.

Matthew Casperson11/22/14
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A XSS filter for Java EE web apps

This article demonstrates the use of a custom Servlet filter to aid in the detection and prevention of Cross Site Scripting (XSS).

Boris Dus11/22/14
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Making Backups VPS - How to Stop Worrying About Your Data

When hosting was gone into oblivion, it was too late to worry. Our website died on Friday, in the middle of intensive promotion. It was not possible to reach the tech support. Our colleagues were just shrugging...

Sarah Parker11/22/14
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Coding Your HTML Email - 3 Common Issues and How to Fix Them

HTML emails can be very profitable for your business, as they help you connect with your customers in a highly efficient and effective manner. Here are some tips to maximize HTML to market your business.

Michael Sahota11/21/14
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People over Process

Agile and Lean are a means to an end. Once we are clear what our goals are and our approach is consistent with what we truly value, then we may hope for success. We outline a fundamentally different approach for organizational change: one where valuing people is integral to building lasting success.