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October, 2016


October 4, 2016  3:28 PM

What we learned about the world of Java from the JavaOne 2016 keynotes

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The JavaOne 2016 conference keynotes were replete with special guests speaking on topics as far flung as rocket science, particle physics, and the human genome. It’s obvious that all advanced scientific disciplines rely on computing power to reconnoiter the reaches of outer and inner space. So it...

October 3, 2016  3:17 PM

Intel espouses their commitment to the JDK at JavaOne 2016

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During his keynote address at JavaOne 2016, Intel’s VP of Intel Software & Services Group, Michael Greene, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration between one of the world’s best known technology companies and the most popular programming language on the...


October 3, 2016  3:09 PM

Feature by feature comparison between Hadoop-MapReduce and Apache Spark

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This tutorial provides thorough comparison between Apache Spark and Hadoop MapReduce.

Apache Spark:
Open source big data framework. It provides faster and more general purpose data processing engine. It is basically designed for fast computation. It covers wide...


October 3, 2016  3:09 PM

AngularJS vs ReactJS : What’s good for your business?

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AngularJS is managed by Google and ReactJS is owned by Facebook. Both of them are unique and resourceful in their own ways. These frameworks are quite easy to use with high-end potential to...


October 3, 2016  3:08 PM

How to Choose the Right Log Management Tool?

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Everyone uses log files to search and understand errors, crashes and exceptions in their application. Some use the direct approach and sift through plain text log files, while others rely on log management...


October 3, 2016  3:08 PM

Introducing Lightbend Fast Data Platform

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"Fast Data" is the next wave in the shake up of enterprise systems. Companies are moving from systems designed for data "at rest" in data warehouses and embracing the value of data "in motion" at...


October 3, 2016  3:07 PM

A new high throughput java executor service

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The new vmlens opens source executor service uses a wait-free, lock-free, algorithm for submitting tasks. With this algorithm, the executor service achieves a three times higher throughput than the standard Java executor service. The trade off is that the latency is higher than that of the...


October 3, 2016  3:07 PM

Hystrix Integration with Existing Spring Application

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1. Overview

In the last article we looked at the basics of Hystrix and how it can help with building a fault tolerant and resilient application.

There are lots of existing Spring...


October 3, 2016  3:06 PM

Need for Continuous Integration

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For starters, let us first define what is continuous integration. According to wikipedia “Continuous integration (CI) is the practice, in software engineering, of merging all developer working copies with a shared mainline several times a day.”. This basically means that if several...


October 1, 2016  3:05 PM

Software engineering lessons to be learned through Mars exploration

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It might seem an unlikely topic for a Java convention, but NASA Aerospace Engineer Dr. Anita Sengupta’s keynote talk on “Engineering the Red Planet” was well received by a crowd of technically minded software engineers. After all, who wouldn’t want to hear from...


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