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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- This is the fourth in a series of articles that will help you think about how you might want to customize your agile approach for your context. This article is about the kind of leadership your project might need and who might provide it. Teams new t
POS system is an essential component of each restaurant business. It's come quite a distance from massive stationary cash registers to a mobile phone system. Today cloud POS process for restaurants has more benefits as a result of the performance pro
Application Time-Series KPI Metrics Application time-series metrics, as their name implies, are metrics captured over a period of time, for the purposes of detecting performance anomalies and forecasting. Time-series metrics are not typically used fo
The Spring framework (along with Spring Boot) is one of the most popular Java enterprise software frameworks. Its use in mission-critical applications means it has come under scrutiny for quality and security. In a previous post, we discussed how dev
Spring Framework 5 introduced a brand new reactive web framework spring-webflux, which resides alongside the traditional servlet based web framework spring-mvc. Rossen Stoyanchev, in his presentation talked about the differences in these two framewor
Hey, it's HighScalability time:    Isn't this all of software? @thomasfuchs: Here we see a group of JavaScript engineers implementing a method that adds two numbers   If you like this sort of Stuff then pl
The W3C Advisory Committee having nominated four individuals, is invited today to vote until 5 January 2018 for two seats in the 2017 election to the W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG). The TAG is a special working group within the W3C, chartered
This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide for building a REST web service using the Spring framework. Prerequisites:
Read this Digital Dialogue to find out how to make Office 365 adoption a win-win for both IT and end users, including configuring email and other apps so they work more like the on-premises Office. Read on.
November was a busy month, primarily because it seems that it was the most popular month to organize a European Java conference. I guess this makes sense, as its just after JavaOne, so there are various new things to discuss and its not a holiday sea
In 1995, just before moving to Israel, I was working for Time Warner in New York City. One day, I received email from a company called SSC, publishers of numerous “cheat sheets” for Linux users and programmers. They were about to
At the second keynote of the AWS re:invent 2017 conference, running in Las Vegas, Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, took to the stage to announce several new product releases: Alexa for Business; AWS Cloud9 IDE; and multiple enhancements to the AWS Lambd
Procrastination can get you into a lot of trouble, work just builds up until you have to spend all your time just catching up. Its the same with web apps, if you just defer work until after sending the response youll still run into scaling problems.
Get up to speed with Apache Kudu, the column-oriented data store for Hadoop that not only provides an architectural simplification of several existing use cases, but also allows use cases not possible before. With this practical guide, you’
In JavaScript, a function can be created in three possible ways: Function as an expression. Function as a statement. Arrow functions. In this post, we will learn about function expressions and the function statement.
Our networks are under attack! Many in the industry feel that these attacks are successful because of the lack of control of privileged access. Merely securing privileged accounts goes only so far because changes can be made to secured accounts nearl
A customer complained that every now and then RavenDB is hitting 100% CPU and stays there. They were kind enough to provide a minidump, and I started the investigation.I loaded the minidump to WinDB and started debugging. The first thing you do with
Given how fast technology is changing, we thought it would be interesting to ask IT executives to share their thoughts on the biggest surprises in 2017 and their predictions for 2018. Here's what they told us about Java.
Part 07Adding Jinja2 templates to a flask web application. Part 08Adding static files so we can serve some CSS to style our app.Part 09Adding a background task to continuously update the articles while the application is running.
With releases on September 19 for Safari and October 31 for Edge, Apple and Microsoft join Google and Mozilla in having support for WebAssembly in production browsers. All four companies browsers can now run code compiled to the wasm binary format. B
Sea of Thieves is a massively multiplayer AAA game coming soon for the Xbox One...and it's one of the few video games that is created using Continuous Delivery. The game is always shippable. How is this possible? What kinds of challenges do they run
Learn how to build dynamic web applications with Express, a key component of the Node/JavaScript development stack. In the second edition of this hands-on guide, author Ethan Brown teaches you Express fundamentals through the development of a fiction
Posted by Bruno Oliveira, Software EngineerAs developers, we all know that having the right assets is crucial to the success of a 3D application, especially with AR and VR apps. Since we launched Poly a few weeks ago, many developers have been downlo
I didn't go to re:Invent this year, but this does not mean I haven't stayed in sync with the latest and greatest in AWS and today, there are quite a lot of cool and amazing services and capabilities that are either coming out either soon or are alrea
Advertising is an essential and critical part of the Web ecosystem, and plays an instrumental role in helping realize our vision of One Web for Everyone Everywhere. Advertising revenues help support a huge proportion of the content and services avail
To begin with, we will start with a basic introduction to Functors and Applicative Functors, exploring the interface they provide. This will set the ground for the second part of this series, where we will show how to leverage Applicative Functors to
Hi everyone! I hope all of you are doing great. If you have been following my blog for a while and keeping a lookout at the comments then you might know a bit about me. If you don’t then today I am going to share my story. That’s
Ben Nadel demonstrates one of the TypeScript features that he loves the most: the TypeScript compiler won't allow him to make poor assumptions about "duck typing" and object usage. Instead, he is forced - by the compiler - to write clean, self-docume
Google created a do-it-yourself artificial intelligence kit that allows makes to build an intelligent camera that can recognize objects. The main component of their kit is the VisionBonnet board for the raspberry pi. This board contains a Movidius ch
We recently got into a very bad state with our build server. We had a few dozens failing tests in an area of the code that didnt change in months. That was annoying, to say the least. I tried to run this on my machine, to see what was going on, and w
What’s the best way to get code from your laptop into a production environment? With this highly actionable guide, architects, developers, engineers, and others in the IT space will learn everything from local development builds to continuo
Posted by Billy Rutledge, Director, AIY Projects Since we released AIY Voice Kit, we've been inspired by the thousands of amazing builds coming in from the maker community. Today, the AIY Team is excited to announce our next project: the AIY Vision K
Where has Visual Studio come from and where is it going? While at Connect in New York, Carl and Richard sat down with Connect owner/organizer Mitra Azizirad to talk about her show and long career at Microsoft. Mitra comes from a technical world but m
Often, teams choose an automation tool in a hurry without going into details of its pros and cons. The tool may not be comprehensive enough to satisfy all the testing needs of the application. Even if the best tools are selected, they may not integra
Clutch, a B2Bresearch, ratings, and reviews firm, released its first annual Global Leaders List 2017 featuring Lullabotas a leading web and software developer -Drupal developer to be exact. The list is based on several factors, including verified cli
Let's create a simple EJB application with two classes. The first, called EnterpriseJavaBean, writes a UUID to the console, sleeps for a period of time, and writes the same UUID to the console again. package org.example.arquilliantest; import javax.e
Next week we have the 0.5 release of SecureDrop. SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from and communicate with anonymous sources. It was originally created by the
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At work we have made use of the Azure Service Fabric, and I thought it might be nice to write up some of the fun we had with that. To this end I have written an article on it at codeproject.com which you can read here :https://www.codeproject.com/Art
In this article, we will describe how Obevo, Goldman Sachs' recently open-sourced DB Deployment utility, helped many of our enterprise applications get their databases under SDLC control. By Shant Stepanian
I got an email this week asking how to download some of my Azure Friday video podcast videos from http://friday.azure.com as well as some of the Getting Started Videos from Azure.com.NOTE: Respect copyright and consider what youre doing and WHY befor
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Mobile privacy doesn't seem to exist anymore. Over the past week, we've seen multiple releases describing how companies are tracking what you do online, through invasive user monitoring, data collection, and later dissemination, and now via user trac
As part of the Decoupled Hard Problems series, in this fourth article, I'lldiscuss some of the challenges surrounding routing, custom paths and URL aliases in decoupled projects. Decoupled Routing It's a Wednesday afternoon, and I'm using the time th
I was in a training class this week, covering some of the new features within the MuleSoft Anypoint Design Center. The training class was being held over WebEx and was running in the PST time zone. Me being in the EST time zone, this made for a late
Over the past year I’ve shown you how amazing Cloudinary is for media delivery, optimization,image filters and transformations, Vue and React; whatever the task, Cloudinary has you covered. Today I’m happy to share that Cloudinary
Changhoon Kim explains how P4 and PISA make network switches programmable and shows interesting applications for tracing, caching, and more. By Changhoon Kim
Youre sitting on hundreds of thousands of lines of legacy C++. Oh, who are we trying to kid? Its millions of lines of Vectran, a short-lived Fortran variant created by IBM in the 1970s. But, hey, if it aint broke, right? Except it is broken. Any time
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As cloud computing continues its amazing growth, AWS re:Invent  Amazon Web Services giant cloud conference/celebration in the desertjust keeps getting bigger and bigger. For its sixth year, AWS doubled down on its tradition of unveiling a st