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Mark Needham10/13/14
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Neo4j: COLLECTing Multiple Values (Too Many Parameters for Function ‘Collect’)

One of my favourite functions in Neo4j’s cypher query language is COLLECT, which allows us to group items into an array for later consumption. However, I’ve noticed that people sometimes have trouble working out how to collect multiple items with COLLECT and struggle to find a way to do so.

Miroslav Kopecky10/12/14
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Scala 4 Spring MVC without Web.XML: WebConfig Class Configuration with Localization

In my previous article I was writing about Scala 4 Spring MVC without Web.XML and how to handle static resources accessed by AngularJS front-end client. In this article I will show how to connect the application with Apache Tiles 3.0.

Tim Murphy10/12/14
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Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks

Old developers can easily get set in their ways especially if they work in one environment for a dozen years or more. So how do you overcome the “that is the way it has always been done” mentality that sets in?

Benjamin Ball10/12/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct 3): Cloud Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Oct 3 to Oct 9). This week's topics include app development in the cloud, CloudStack simulator on Docker, datacenter resource fragmentation, distributed in-memory aggregation, and HTTPS on AWS.

Alec Noller10/12/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct. 3): IoT Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the IoT Zone. This week's best include the announcement of ARM mbed, an infographic of the world's greatest programmers, a simple Java SSH client, and more!

Benjamin Ball10/12/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct 3): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Oct 3 to Oct 9). This week's topics include microservices and PaaS, hypermedia and state machines, the future of microservices architecture, APIs in Big Data, and the Hacker News API.

Alec Noller10/12/14
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The Best of the Week (Oct. 3): NoSQL Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone. This week's best include the rise (and fall?) of NoSQL, a look at using MongoDB with Go and mgo, the dissection of Fall 2014's NoSQL benchmark, and more.

Itamar Haber10/12/14
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So, You’re Looking for the Redis GUI?

It all comes down to preferences. While there are Redis users who are familiar with the Redis command line interface (CLI) and rely on it, there are those who prefer using a GUI. There are several Redis GUIs available, for different platforms, and in this article I'll try to review a few of them.

Alec Noller10/11/14
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A New Source for MEAN Stack Resources

One of the most useful aspects of MongoDB is the MEAN stack - a JavaScript-only web development stack that consists of MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js. For a complete collection of resources, Andreas Wienes has created mean-stack.io, an aggregator of MEAN-related content.

Mike Cottmeyer10/11/14
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Teams 101

The notion of forming complete cross functional teams is one of the most well understood concepts in the agile community but maybe one of the least implemented in practice.

Arthur Charpentier10/11/14
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Cross Validation for Kernel Density Estimation

In a post published in July, I mentioned the so-called Goldilocks principle, in the context of kernel density estimation, and bandwidth selection. The bandwidth should not be too small (the variance would be too large) and it should not be too large (the bias would be too large).

Kevin Daly10/11/14
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Hadoop 2.0 as Part of a Data Platform: It’s Not Just About Mapreduce!

Examining exactly what is a data platform? Get a better understanding of big data and it's application. In this article I’ll be talking about the HortonWorks Data Platform as a reference platform.

Michael Georgiou10/11/14
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7 Fascinating Changes That Can Shape the Future of Programming

The world of programming like many others is evolving continuously and there are changes happening that have the potential to shape its future.

Ayende Rahien10/11/14
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RavenDB, Unrecoverable Database and Data Loss

That is one scary headline, isn’t it? A customer called me in a state of panic: their database was not loading, and nothing they tried worked. Here is the story as I got it from the customer in question, only embellished to give the proper context for the story.

Rahman Usta10/10/14
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Writing Books with Asciidoc FX

Asciidoc FX is a book editor to build PDF, Epub or Mobi ebooks. I want to share this short video tutorial to demonstrate Asciidoc FX.