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Itamar Haber10/17/14
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Redis Running Slowly? Here’s What You Can Do About it

Redis is blazing fast and can easily handle hundreds of thousands to millions of operations per second (of course, YMMV depending on your setup), but there are cases in which you may feel that it is underperforming.

Benjamin Ball10/17/14
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Docker 1.3 Releases with Security, Signed Images, and Process Injection

Docker, the ever-popular containerization tool, released Docker 1.3 today. This latest version includes over 750 new commits, and has many new capabilities and enhancements. Among these are digital signature verification, new process injection, container lifecycle management, security options, and shared directories.

Brian Gracely10/17/14
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The Cloudcast #165 - DevOps Automation as a Service

Aaron talks with Evan Powell(@epowell101, CEO of @stack_storm), about Automation as a Service, Infrastructure.next as Code, and increasing the efficiency of DevOps tools and workflows.

Max Mccarty10/17/14
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OWASP Top 10 Risks #2: Broken Authentication and Session Management

As you might have gathered from OWASP’s definition of broken authentication and session management, is that the realm of possible areas this risk encompasses is overwhelming. Application security is a broad subject and authentication and session management is just a piece of the whole pie.

Linda Gimmeson10/17/14
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FAQ of Executives Regarding Apache Hadoop

Apache Hadoop has slowly been infiltrating the mainstream business world, but many executives are still left with doubts about whether adopting Hadoop is a sound strategy for their organization. Is Hadoop enterprise friendly? Is it economical for an organization to use?

Erich Styger10/17/14
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Cheap and Simple WiFi with ESP8266 for the FRDM Board

How cool would it be to add WiFi support to any projects or IoT? Why not use WiFi with a microcontroller which has only few KBytes of RAM and FLASH. For less than $5 US? Dreams came true, and intrigued by an article at Hack-A-Day, I searched a supplier for that ESP8266 module.

Hasan Sunasara10/17/14
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No Fuss! No Muss! Implement Validation Using JSR-303 Annotations in Spring

After the introduction of annotations in Spring 3.0, implementation of validation was simpler and cleaner. Developers can reduce the code by using the Hibernate Validator framework along with Spring. Follow these steps and you can easily implement validation using the JSR-303 constraint.

Mark Needham10/16/14
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Neo4j: Generic/Vague Relationship Names

An approach to modeling that I often see while working with Neo4j users is creating very generic relationships (e.g. HAS, CONTAINS, IS) and filtering on a relationship property or on a property/label at the end node.

Chris Odell10/16/14
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The Help Helper

If you write a lot of plugins, or plan to, then it might be a good idea to create a class which encapsulates some of this functionality. This is exactly what I have done and the Help helper class can be found on my downloads page.

Paul Underwood10/16/14
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Register New Post Statuses In WordPress

If you want to create your own post statuses to create your own workflow then WordPress allows you to register your own post statuses to use in your application.

Christian Posta10/16/14
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Easy REST Endpoints with Apache Camel 2.14

Apache Camel has a new release recently, and some of the new features were blogged about by my colleague Claus Ibsen. You really should check out his blog entry and dig into more detail, but one of the features I was looking forward to trying was the new REST DSL.

Alec Noller10/16/14
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IoT is Going to Steal All Your Stuff

Well, not steal your stuff exactly, but quietly shift ownership of your prized possessions to somebody else. As IoT grows and connected devices become ubiquitous, you'll own an increasing supply of snazzy electronics, but the makers of your toys may have more control over them than you do.

Tom Howlett10/16/14
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Interviewing Programmers: Start with Code

For me recruiting a programmer has to start with code. I don’t really care about the CV and the application process for this job involved a quick coding problem.

Rishav Rohit10/16/14
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Introduction To MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline

The MongoDB Aggregation pipeline is a framework for data aggregation. Documents enter a multi-stage pipeline that transforms the documents into an aggregated results. It was introduced in MongoDB 2.2 to do aggregation operations without needing to use map-reduce.

Nishant Chandra10/16/14
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Software Stack Deployment Automation the Amazon CloudFormation Way!

Deploying a complete software stack is breeze with Amazon's CloudFormation. It provides a repeatable and predictable mechanism to launch a stack comprising of EC2 instances, load balancers, databases and other Amazon resources.