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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Hello Coders, I hope you are all doing well. Today, I had to enable the CGI mode in Tomcat, while facing lots of issue in the same. So, I thought that, after successful deployment, I would write an article in the same simplified steps. Here it is!
Football (aka soccer) has been slower to embrace technology, when compared to sports like tennis and golf. However, now, this is slowly starting to change. We first saw the debut of goal-line technology at the World Cup in Brazil four years ago. This
Less than a year after its initial release, Southbank Software recently released a milestone version 1.0 of their flagship product, dbKoda, an open source database development tool for MongoDB. Based on user feedback, the user interface was redesigne
This week we welcome Katharine Jarmul (@kjam) as our PyDev of the Week! Katherine is the co-author of Data Wrangling with Python . She is also the co-founder of KIProtect. You can catch up with the projects she works on over on Github. Let’
This tutorial demonstrates the several ways to convert an InputStream to a String in Java. BufferedReader The common way for generating a String out of an  InputStream is through using  BufferedReader, as shown bel
In this episode: Todd dials in from a poppin’ KCDC while David dials in with a massive headache. Scott Helme dials in from lovely Manchester to discuss web security, specifically the criminally underused CSP API. Join us to learn what CSP i
To gather insights on the state of artificial intelligence (AI), and all of its sub-segments machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP), deep learning (DL), robotic process automation (RPA), regression, et al, we talked to 21 executives
Several of our clients run ecommerce sites, built on custom software, that allow customers to pay in their choice of a few different currencies. Some have set up separate merchant bank accounts for each currency and use separate payment gateway accou
Torbjrn Gyllebring envisions a future in which teams are refocusing on people, embracing their humanness and redesigning systems to meet human needs. By Torbjrn Gyllebring
(and for your Christmas thank-you notes!) We start with Advanced Search and move on to additional and/or logic to create smart groups that update themselves to fit your chosen criteria. Build Your First Group 1. Go to Search > Advanced Search
Pgcli is a command line interface for Postgres database that does auto-completion and syntax highlighting. You can install this version using: $ pip install -U pgcli This release adds new special commands ev and ef, more table formats, and a --user a
I have posted up the two talks I delivered last month. Sorry for the delay, but I caught something while at the first event, and have only shaken it right around… now, believe it or not. Four weeks of intermittent fever, coughing vehemently
Earlier this Spring, Oracle and other major vendors announced some of the early plans for Jakarta EE (formerly known as Java EE) in its new home with Eclipse Foundation. And, a survey of nearly 2,000 Java developers revealed that Cloud Native capabil
Hey, it's HighScalability time:   Steve Blank tells the Secret History of Silicon Valley. What a long, strange trip it is.   Do you like this sort of Stuff? Please lend me your support on Patreon. It would
The OpenFaaS team recently released a Kubernetes operator for OpenFaaS. For an overview of why and how we created the operator head over to Alex Ellis' blog and read Introducing the OpenFaaS Operator for Serverless on Kubernetes.
A weekly (mostly) dump of links to interesting things Ive read and shared on Twitter. Sponsored by those nice folks at Wix Engineering who hurl money at me to read stuff. Reminder! Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as not secure – “
Karim Babay discusses how HealthSapiens addresses some of the issues healthcare is facing: high costs, difficulty accessing EMRs, insurance provider network restrictions, lack of transparency, etc.. By Karim Babay
The standard for browsing the web over a text-=based terminal is Lynx, right? It's the legendary text web browser that you can read about at or, even better, run right now with docker run --rm -it nbrown/lynx lynx h
We will be switching to the late bird rates for tickets on Monday next week (July 16), sothis is your last chance to get tickets at the regular rate, which isabout 30% less than the late bird rate.EuroPython 2018 TicketsLate Bird TicketsWe will have
When looking for candidates, there is an ideal candidate. It is the ability to take one of the people already working for you, with all the domain knowledge and expertise and clone them. Hopefully multiple times. If you do this right, you can probabl
Hey folks! While browsing various forums, I found that many people did not grasp the concept of arrays in Java. So, I wanted to write an article on arrays in Java to help programmers and students understand the concepts they are currently facing. Arr
A receita do nosso Bolo Fondue sucesso garantido no inverno! O bolo de Leite Ninho leva fondue de chocolate no centro! Voc corta o bolo em pedacinhos e vai molhando no creme! De acompanhamento, voc ainda pode colocar morangos, uvas, marshmallows, bol
You remember Sophia's interview with Mel? Now it's her turn to hire the next candidate for the company. Let's see what the aspirant has to bring to the table... We already discussed in a previous post weak excuses for not showing up in an interview.
Earlier this month, we released the new ODBC driver for the MongoDB Connector for Business Intelligence (BI Connector). This driver makes it incredibly simple to connect to MongoDB data using analytics tools such as Microsoft Excel, Qlik, Microstrate
Two new vulnerabilities exploiting flaws in CPUs speculative execution have been recently disclosed. Dubbed Spectre 1.1 and 1.2, both are variants of the original Spectre (Spectre-v1) vulnerability and leverage speculative stores to create speculativ
Office 365 licenses are incredibly diverse in both function and price. With a smart license strategy and a few tips, your organization can optimize license usage and minimize costs while simplifying day-to-day license administration. Learn more.
AI is a hot topic right now. While a lot of the conversation surrounding advanced AI techniques such as deep learning and machine learning can be chalked up to hype, the underlying tools have been proven to provide real value. Even better, the tools
Something that I have always wanted to have in Production Line (and which is popular with the players as an option) is the idea of equipment breakdown and reliability. If you have played the game already you will know that having a sudden ‘
JDK11 features had been frozen since it entered the ramp-down phase last month. The big changes are listed as JEPs. In addition, there are many changes outside of the JEPs in JDK 11, but no summary exists. Therefore, I've listed the API changes in JD
It may sound surprising to hear about brand consistency from a back-end developer. This is traditionally a topic for UX and marketing experts. Nevertheless, brand consistency is a powerful trend thats affecting how we architect content APIs. One of t
This month was an awesome one for the Microservices Zone, with lots of great content coming in from our community members. Our readers loved learning about the design patterns and best practices for microservices architecture, so today, we'l
Next week I will be attending the Opal Group’s Financial Innovation and Payments Summit for the 2nd year. Last year was phenomenally productive for W3C and I expect this year to be even more so! This event attracts a few hundred of the key
At QCon New York 2018, Michael Bryzek discussed how to design microservice architectures the right way. Key takeaways included: engineers should design schema first for all APIs and events, as this allows the automated code generation of boilerplate
We talked to a candidate recently with a CV that included topics such as Assembly, SQL and JavaScript.  The list of skills was quite eclectic and we called the candidate to hear more about them. The candidate completed a two years degree foc
Corey Schafer has been building his YouTube channel of tutorials for many years. He recently made the big shift into making this hobby project his full time job. You'll hear about how Corey made that transition, what it takes to "go pro", and even a
The advent of cloud has changed the way we use technology in our daily lives. We store and share data differently now as compared to the pre-cloud era. Scalable, efficient and fast, cloud has a wide array of benefits for its users. Just like Compact
In the previous posts "Deferred Execution with Java's Supplier" and "Deferred Execution with Java's Consumer," I looked at easily deferring execution in Java via standard Java APIs that accept, respectively, Suppli
Advertise here via BSAWhat does it take to have a decent portfolio? You will definitely need the right tools and a fair amount of creativity. Extra creativity isnt something that someone can easily come up with. But there are some top-of-the-line Wor
As NoSQL databases evolved, each added higher level APIs or languages to help programmers to complex things easily. SQL, having done that for relational data, showed the way. In SQL, developers say"what" needs to be done and the dat
W3C announced today a W3C Workshop on Permissions and User Consent, September 18-19, 2018, in San Diego, California, USA. The event is hosted by Qualcomm. The primary goal of the workshop is to bring together security and privacy experts, UI/UX resea
Alexandra Noonan, from Segment, describes how they moved their original monolithic architecture to microservices and then found problems with that approach which required them to rethink and move back to a (different) monolithic architecture with far
Time for a chat with the leader of C#! Carl and Richard talk to Mads Torgersen about where C# has been and where it's going. Mads discusses some of the ideas being explored for what will become C# 8, including the on-going experiments with nullable r
I had a stonking time yesterday afternoon with Harvey Sharman, who runs workshops for young coders in a library close to where I live. This particular afternoon was spent in the company of a group of eager eleven-year-olds. Harveys learning activity?
One of my weaknesses as a developer is relying on UIs to provide me the data I need. It’s not a fatal weakness but it does hamper me a bit. One prime example is relying on GitHub’s interface to review changes; git’s comm