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Leigh Shevchik07/11/13
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More From Velocity: Picking the Right Data Visualization

Each way you display your web performance data tells a completely different story. And before you can determine what to optimize, you need to find the right view.

Ayende Rahien07/11/13
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A Discussion of RavenDB Inside MSNBC

Presented by Ben Lakey and John Bennett from MSNBC.COM, and Oren Eini and Itamar Syn-Hershko from RavenDB's YouTube channel.

Alexander Beletsky07/11/13
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Think Ahead, Think Logging

Preparing an application for production means preparing good error logging. I’m going to show you how to extend your Express.js with proper logs.

Amy Armitage07/11/13
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Geography Does Matter in the Cloud

It was recently revealed that the PRISM program enables the FBI and the NSA to access private data hosted in the U.S. Does this affect cloud-hosting companies? Does geography matter?

Alex Curylo07/11/13
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Roundup: A/B Testing Solutions

So we were asked recently “What’s your experience with A/B testing on iOS?” After quashing our instinctive retort of “Hah! They’ll be ice skating in hell the day there’s enough time and budget to ship ONE version of anything properly..."

Pieter Humphrey07/11/13
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Spring Tool Suite and Groovy/Grails Tool Suite 3.3.0 Released

Dear Spring Community, we are happy to announce the next major release of our Eclipse-based tooling today: The Spring Tool Suite (STS) 3.3.0 and the Groovy/Grails Tool Suite (GGTS) 3.3.0. Highlights from this release include...

Pascal Alma07/11/13
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Tutorial Review: Hadoop on the Amazon Cloud by 'Big Data University'

Last night I stumbled upon this free online training program where you could learn about how to combine Hadoop and Amazon AWS.

Gary Sieling07/11/13
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Uncovering Lexical Relationships with Python and NLP

Wordnet is a database containing hierarchies of certain types of relationships – “a tree is part of a forest”, “a car is a type of motor vehicle”, “an engine is part of a car” (meronyms, holonyms).

Jim King07/10/13
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SQL or ETL Isn’t Ideal Option for Structured Data Computing in Java

When developing Java programs, we may find ourselves facing a challenge: Performing massive structured data computation according to data from text or Excel.

Francois Lascelles07/10/13
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Federation Evolved: How Cloud, Mobile & APIs Change the Way We Broker Identity

Sometimes what needs to be federated is the API itself, not just the identities that consume it. Federating such cloud API calls involves the applications sending the API calls through an API broker under the control of the organization. This article tells you more about the methods and utility of federating APIs.

Simon Brown07/10/13
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Evaluating Enhancements

Simon Brown talks about his process for evaluating the likely risks of adding new enhancements. Managing technical risk is one of the key aspects of the software architecture role, so read this case study of such an assessment.

Allen Coin07/10/13
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Google I/O 2013 - Design Decisions in AngularJS

We'll cover the design decisions that drove creating AngularJS, the JavaScript framework that combines data binding, reusable components, dependency injection, and a host of other powerful capabilities for building modern web applications.

Allen Coin07/10/13
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Put Some Backbone.js in your Apps

When developing HTML5 applications, your code is bound to get more complex over time. Employing design patterns like MVC are important for separating concerns and creating more modular and reusable code.

Mitch Pronschinske07/10/13
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Startups Can Now Publicly Say They Are Fundraising. What Do You Think About The Change?

The US Securities and Exchange Commission voted to remove an 80 year ban on General Solicitation for company investment today. This is going to dramatically change the startup and venture capital fundraising landscape because the ban has prevented companies from publicly disclosing any efforts to seek fundraising. Companies seeking funding are also no longer forced to talk to investors individually.

Allen Coin07/10/13
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Dev of the Week: John Sonmez

This week we're talking to John Sonmez; Agilist, trainer, and active Pluralsight author.