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Reza Rahman03/06/13
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A JPA Facade for Neo4J

NoSQL is obviously a hot topic in the enterprise these days, at least at the water cooler if not in the production data center just yet.

Tomas Blohm03/06/13
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Mule and Quartz – Scheduled Jobs and Long Running Tasks

Recently I had a situation where I needed to get confirmations from an external system (webservice) at frequent intervals and add them to a database. Of course, Quartz came to mind.

Eric Genesky03/06/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (3/6/2013)

Today: The history of Hadoop, a treasure trove of C++ tools, and how bicycles lead to global warming.

Eric Genesky03/06/13
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Importing data into Neo4j - the spreadsheet way

I am sure that many of you are very technical people, very knowledgeable about all things Java, Dr. Who and many other things - but I in case you have ever met me, you would probably have noticed that I am not.

Kin Lane03/06/13
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Chicago Using GitHub Has Potential For More Citizen Participation in Government

Github is not just a site for managing code, for use by programmers. The platform can host code, data, markup, markdown and files like images, pdf, etc.

John Cook03/06/13
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Data Calls the Model's Bluff

I hear a lot of people saying that simple models work better than complex models when you have enough data.

Raymond Camden03/06/13
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A Simple Example of Reverse Geocoding

Have you ever seen a web site that seemed to know where you were located? I'm not talking about a map, but the actual name of the location? This is done with a process called "Reverse Geocoding."

Kin Lane03/06/13
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Creating Two Levels of Open Engagement with Github Pages and Disqus

I’m moving all my side projects to run on GitHub as open source repositories. One of my goals in doing this is to facilitate engagement around my projects, as opposed to developing them in isolation.

Hank Bruning03/06/13
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Scaling IPMI to the Data Center: Object Building Blocks

Reading CPU temperatures, Fan Speeds and controlling servers in a Data Center requires IPMI. Scaling a Java application to control thousands of servers requires simple thread safe objects.

Kevin Remde03/06/13
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The Hyper-V Primer – 20+ Days of Server Virtualization (Part 1 of 20)

Even though many of you may have heard of Microsoft’s virtualization solution, you may not know much about it.

Kevin Remde03/06/13
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My Introduction to the 20+ Days of Server Virtualization (Part 0 of 20)

This month the topic is Server Virtualization. Specifically, we’ll be discussing and helping you learn more about Microsoft’s virtualization platform: Hyper-V.

Pascal Alma03/06/13
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Using Saddle When Riding The Mule ESB

Saddle is an extension of the Mule enterprise service bus (ESB). It allows the graphical configuration, administration and monitoring of the mule system. Furthermore, it eases the message handling and extends the connectivity of the Mule ESB.

Allen Coin03/05/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (3/5/13)

Today: The Mars Rover gets a BSOD, Chicago moves to GitHub, The Pirate Bay moves to North Korea (allegedly), and 4 Reasons Why It's Hard to Find Good Developers.

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis03/05/13
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A Curious Concurrency Case

Last month, the team in charge of 10gen's Ruby driver for MongoDB ran into a few concurrency bugs, reported by a customer running the driver in JRuby with a large number of threads and connections.

Francois Zaninotto03/05/13
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Sequelize, the JavaScript ORM, in practice

ode.js is well-know for its good connectivity with NoSQL databases. A less know fact is that it's also very efficient with relational databases. Among the dozens ORMs out there in JavaScript, one stands out for relational databases: Sequelize.