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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- AtomicReference is still not clear to some people, so I would like to say a few words about it and provide a GitHub link with full-fledged running code. AtomicReference refers to an object reference. This reference is a volatile member varia
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Natural language processing (NLP) is a pretty exciting frontier of research that products such as Siri, Alexa, and Google Home have tapped into in order to bring a new level of interaction to their respective products. In order to use NLP ideally, we
There will be online office hours with the LISA organizing committee on Thursday May 17th, at 12-1pm PST. Anyone is welcome to join and discuss possible conference speaking proposals. Heres what the organizing committee can help you with: Brainstorm
Three new JEPs were targeted for JDK 11 a week ago today (7 May 2014). In three separate messages on the jdk-dev mailing list, Mark Reinhold made the following announcements: JEP proposed to target JDK 11: 324: Key Agreement with Curve25519 and Curve
Posted by Wesley Chun (@wescpy), Developer Advocate, G SuiteWe recently introduced Hangouts Chat to general availability. This next-generation messaging platform gives G Suite users a new place to communicate and to collaborate in teams. It features
There has been a recent flurry of EE4J activity as the Eclipse Foundation are positioning Jakarta EE as the new home for cloud native Java. Numerous EE4J projects have been proposed, created, or are under creation review, and Microsoft has joined the
A lot has been said about how the Internet of Things is revolutionizing the manufacturing world. Many studies have already predicted more than 50 billion devices will be connected by 2020. It is also expected over 1.44 billion data points will be col
One new and exciting feature coming in Python 3.7 is the data class. A data class is a class typically containing mainly data, although there aren’t really any restrictions. It is created using the new @dataclass decorator, as follows: from
We moved Rails open source project Passenger Status Service for Heroku to its own, dedicated server. Here's how.Time for another episode of Migrating a service to a dedicated server. Last time we migrated the Phusion Passenger website to a new server
Over the last couple of months, Ive heard and read quite a few statements that say that Dependency Injection frameworks are bad things that you should avoid like the plague. In my opinion, thats just a result of rejecting something because it has bee
Retrieving a React component’s DOM node is fairly simple from within the component itself, but what if you want to work backward: retrieve a component’s instance by DOM node? This is a task that the old Dojo Toolkit’s Di
With the Firefox 60 release on May 9, Firefox became the first major browser to support the Web Authentication API. This API enables users to avoid text-based passwords for websites and instead uses a local device with a biometric check or private PI
In addition to the book and the documentation, we are also working on making it more accessible to get started with RavenDB. The RavenDB Bootcamp is a self directed course meant to give you an easy way to start using RavenDB.This is a guided tour, wa
Muitos administradores de redes e sysadmins encontram problemas de conectividade nos ambientes que administram e por muitas vezes o problema um simples IP duplicado causando todo mal estar. Agora veremos como usar o scapy e defaultdict da lib collect
Software development has been experiencing disruptive innovation over the last few years, and with the rising expectations of customers looking to get a superior experience, they are always searching for ways to release their products with faster tim
Advertise here via BSASuccess breeds success. Its an adage, but recent scientific studies have shown that once you achieve some success, more is apt to follow. Thats also true of WordPress, the premier website and blog creating platform. WordPresss p
Raise your hand if you've been in this scenario before. It's the middle of the night and your phone rings. You're on call for emergencies only, so you know it's something serious. You answer the phone to the welcome sound of your boss having a comple
A  few years  back I dipped into some Scala as a hobby language. Recently, in order to get a quick overview of Spark I did 'Big Data Analysis with Scala and Spark' from
.NET Core is fast, but does how you write code in .NET Core help with performance? Carl and Richard talk to Ben Watson about the 2nd Edition of his HIgh Performance .NET Code book. The original edition came out in 2014 when .NET Core was just beginni
Microsoft announced it would start to provide a public preview of their own Content Delivery Network (CDN) to enable customers to use and deliver content from it. With Azure CDN customers can allow their businesses to provide content on any of Micros
Posted by Christina Chiou Yeh, Google Registry On May 1 we announced .app, the newest top-level domain (TLD) from Google Registry. It's now open for general registration so you can register your desired .app name right now. Check out what some of our
The server as we know it is dying *mic drop*. To many, this may not come as a complete surprise. But if for some reason you haven't been paying attention, the long, slow death of the server began in 2014, when Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced AWS
Hotfix release for two regressions in 5.3.0, causing a Passenger crash or failure to start the app.Version 5.3.1 of the Passenger application server for Ruby, Node.js, Meteor and Python has been released. This release contains two hotfixes for regres
JSX is an amazing pseudo-language for React, and if I’m honest, it’s what brought me to love React so much. Using React without JSX is cumbersome and frustrating, while using JSX is such an easier way to express your code. One dra
In this post, we will have a quick look at Rocker, a statically typed and fast Java 8 template engine. Required Dependencies To get started with Rocker, we need to add the following dependencies to our project:
I had an interesting discussion today about optimization strategies. This is a fascinating topic, and quite rewarding as well. Mostly because it is so easy to see your progress. You have a number, and if it goes in the right direction, you feel aweso
In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Steve Holyer about collaboration, culture and teams, and the state of the Agile Fluency projects. By Steve Holyer
I bought a Garmin Vivomove HR smartwatch to see if it would be a good replacement for my Nokia Steel HR. It’s a great hybrid smart watch design, but it’s buggy and I couldn’t get it working well enough, so I didn&rsq
As of Python 3.6, f-strings are a great new way to format strings. Not only are they more readable, more concise, and less prone to error than other ways of formatting, but they are also faster! By the end of this article, you will learn how and why
The idea of this article is to compare and contrast Angular and React so that we can choose what suits our needs. There is so much information on the internet that we will eventually run into analysis paralysis when trying to make a decision between
I have a system in the early access version of production Line that when an error happens that I assert() on, it logs that error out to a debug file, along with a timestamp, and the file name and line number of code where the assert failed. This is e
I am getting the hang of my new 3D printer. So I'm posting the photos I promised. First is a comparison: The darker green wererat on the left is with the new printer, compared to the neon green on the right with the old printer. So, yes, for my minia
Dockerizing a Scala application is pretty easy. The first concern is creating a fat JAR. Now, we all come from different backgrounds, including Maven/Gradle and different plugins that handle this issue. If you use sbt, the way to go is to use the sbt
Whether you plan to earn a little extra cash with a side hustle, start a new business, or lay the foundation for a fashion empire, selling clothing online can be an excellent starting point. A recent study reveals 51 percent of Americans would rather
After a developer preview phase with over 100,000 SDK downloads, Google has released Android Things 1.0 with long-term support for production devices. By Diogo Carleto
I'm continuing to use .NET Core 2.1 to power my Podcast Site, and I've done a series of posts on some of the experiments I've been doing. I also upgraded to .NET Core 2.1 RC that came out this week. Here's some posts if you want to catch up: Eyes wid
This is another entry in my ‘Previously Unpublicised Code’ series – explanations of code that has been sitting on my Github profile for ages, but has never been discussed publicly before. This time, I’m going t
As cloud becomes the norm, we're letting others manage much of our infrastructures for us. Cloud providers offer common metrics like CPU, memory, storage, and networking so that you can stay up to date on the health of your system. And we worry less
This isn’t the first time the EU fucked up. Oh no. Remember that terrifying, scary time before we had the EU cookie law? that time you would surf the internet not knowing that many of the seemingly innocent sweet sites you visited did not u
In this Technology Brief, IDC discusses the importance of boosting SQL Server database performance to make key business applications more responsive, productive, and affordable. It assesses how solutions such as DataCore MaxParallel software are addr
The redesigned W3C WAI website makes it easier to get information to help you improve web accessibility. The visual design, information architecture, navigation, and overall user experience is all new. Much of the content is revised, and we plan to r
Important words before you start: I recommend you to follow the steps of this article and practice on your own computer. I guarantee it will be a nice and easy trip for you. For the last few years, more and more systems have applied a separated front
Drupal 8.6 sees the addition of Node.js based functional browser testing with Nightwatch.js. Nightwatch uses the W3C WebDriver API to perform commands and assertions on browser DOM elements in real-time. Up until now, the core method for testing Java
The first preview of Visual Studio 2017 15.8 has been released, and includes the first support for the ARM64 platform. By Jeff Martin
Learn the Kotlin programming language, and understand how to be a great Kotlin developer. Supported for the use on the Android Operating System, Kotlin is a statically-typed language runs on the Java virtual machine and can be compiled to JavaScript
This build started as something simple: a lucky cat which would turn on and off automatically in response to some event. Since lucky cats are associated with good fortune the idea was to make one do this every time I got paid. This was working pretty
Ive been evaluating microservices at scale, using their OpenAPI definitions to provide API design guidance to each team using GitHub. I just finished a round of work where I took 20 microservices, and evaluated each OpenAPI definition individually, a
This technical whitepaper reveals how DataCore eliminates sluggish I/O performance in the host with MaxParallel software - leveraging the full potential of your CPUs and memory to yield more responsive applications and optimal use of your resources.