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Andrew Salvadore01/30/13
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MongoDB Online Course Videos

The MongoDB guys are doing some free online course on MongoDB. The MongoDB for DBAs is already online with the first two weeks.

Chris Haddad01/30/13
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PaaS Performance Metrics

What PaaS performance metrics are you using to measure the success of your Cloud platform initiative?

Ayende Rahien01/30/13
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Get to Know RavenDB Tomorrow!

This webinar should provide lots of demo, and if we are lucky, some features that are even newer than 2.0.

Hasin Hayder01/30/13
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OpenShift PHP Rest Client Library

I have been working whole day today on writing this rest client library for php developers. OpenShift is a fantastic Polyglot PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service).

Carlos Sanchez01/30/13
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Testing Puppet Modules

There are several steps depending on how much involved the tests are, what parts are tested and, of course, how long it takes to run the tests.

Andriy Redko01/30/13
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Going REST/NoXML: Embedding Jetty with Spring and JAX-RS using Apache CXF

This post is all about JAX-RS: writing and exposing RESTful services using Java. We will use the awesome Apache CXF framework and as always rely on Spring to wire all pieces together.

Arthur Charpentier01/30/13
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The Law of Small Numbers

In insurance, the law of large numbers is usually applied to legitimate large portfolios, because of pooling and diversification: the larger the pool, the more ‘predictable’ the losses will be (in a given period).

Andriy Redko01/30/13
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Going REST/NoXML: Embedding Tomcat with Spring and JAX-RS using Apache CXF

This post is logical continuation of the previous one. The only difference is the container we are going to use: instead of Jetty it will be our old buddy Apache Tomcat. Surprisingly, it was very easy to embed the latest Apache Tomcat 7 so let me show that now.

Kasia Gogolek01/30/13
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Set Aside One Hour for Personal Development

A while ago I decided to dedicate an hour a day to my personal development time. There’s always been projects I had “in a pipeline” but they never finished, and work was always conveniently “getting in the way.”

Martin Fowler01/30/13
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Thinking about Big Data

"Big Data" has leapt rapidly into one of the most hyped terms in our industry, yet the hype should not blind people to the fact that this is a genuinely important shift about the role of data in the world.

Greg Duncan01/30/13
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Particle Physics, Crowd Avoidance, Socio-Economic Systems and Recommendation Engines

"Some items are adversely affected when too many people use them. Surprisingly, the same physics that govern the behaviour of photons and electrons may also improve online shopping recommendations and help avoid crowds."

Gary Sieling01/30/13
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Unit Testing in R

R is a statistical programming language, with a strong focus on mathematical operations. When writing code that is math-heavy, unit testing becomes very appealing- while equations may look correct on paper, one minor error can ruin the output.

Mitch Pronschinske01/30/13
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ActiveMQ: JDBC Master Slave with MySQL

It is fairly simple and straight forward to configure a robust highly-available messaging system using ActiveMQ with database persistence. Here's how you do it...

Mitch Pronschinske01/30/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (1/30/13)

Neal Ford thinks functional programming is coming to all mainstream languages and he has a tutorial to prepare Java folks. Also, key leaders at 10gen and PuppetLabs sound off on their respective niches - NoSQL and DevOps.

Mitch Pronschinske01/30/13
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RHQ CLI Over XMPP

You can do the same things over XMPP that you can do from the interactive CLI session in RHQ. See how in this quick video.