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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- In this podcast recorded at Agile 2017, Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Ahmed Sidky and Michael Robillard of Riot Games about their experiences in product management for a comprehensive gaming experience By Ahmed Sidky
IntelliJ IDEA 2018.1 comes, as usual, with a lot of features to support developers who use Spring and Spring Boot. We also now have an OpenAPI for Spring Boot, which allows third-party plugins to re-use, integrate with or extend the existing Spring B
For advanced Git usage, I usually leverage the GUI of GitHub or BitBucket. But the GUI way may not solve some requirements beautifully. I found several Git fundamental concepts. They are quite useful, but may not be well-known.
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Happening this week, April 17th and 18th to be exact, Java with the Best is an online conference just for Java devs. With 3 unique tracks and over 40 speakers, youll learn the latest and greatest in Java from anywhere in the world.
This excerpt—Appendix B - A Collection of Best Practices for Production Services—is from Google's awesome book on Site Reliability Engineering. Worth reading if it hasn't been on your radar. And it's free!   Fail
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Since its inception, JSON has quickly become the de facto standard for information exchange. Chances are you’re here because you need to transport some data from here to there. Perhaps you’re gathering information through an API o
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Future versions of the Java EE technology will be branded as Jakarta EE and its currently under active development at the Eclipse Foundation. When Java EE was under Oracles stewardship, it used the JCP to make decisions and introduce new features. Si
Ben Nadel shares his code for The Daily Prime: a learning context for Docker that also serves as a reminder that we can be better people through the power of daily ritual....
Three weeks after the Oxygen.3 and the Java 10 release, Oxygen.3a now adds official support for Java 10 which was previously offered only as a pre-release via the Eclipse Marketplace. Because Oxygen.3a also contains some bug fixes, an upgrade is also
Photo from AMOB Ruby for many years has been proving to be an amazing language. Its one of the most popular for creating web applications but also DevOps / systems administration tools. It seems that languages are naturally finding their own niches.
Several times, I've been in a situation where I had to compare SOAP and REST. While its easy to find that sort of information on the internet, most of the sources are text, and I have to read them again and again. It takes time to read, and
Last years inaugural AnacondaCON was a major milestone for our company. Our goal was to create a conference that highlights all the different ways people are using data science and predictive analytics, and reflects the passionate and eclectic nature
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On this week’s episode we welcome Ashley Grantof Aurelia fame to talk about open source: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the scary. Enjoy! The post Script & Style Show: Episode 7: Open Source with Ashley Grant appeared first on Da
One of the last barriers to organisations becoming agile in their operations is the procurement process. At the recent Agilia Conference, Mirko Kleiner presented on Lean-Agile Procurement, an approach to negotiating service contracts which involves p
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Java EE developers using NetBeans are used to being able to run and debug their thin-WAR applications in their application server of choice directly from NetBeans. When developing microservices packaged as über-or hollow-JARs, you expect the
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This week we welcome Andrew Knight (@automationpanda) as our PyDev of the Week! Andrew is an entrepreneur who co-founded Reformed Menswear and the site was created using Python and Django. If you have a moment, check out his Github profile to find ou
Hey, it's HighScalability time:   Bathroom tile? Grandma's needlepoint? Nope. It's a diagram of the dark web. Looks surprisingly like a tumor. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. And I'd appreciate if you would
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Martin Burns discusses how music can help in delivering creative work. By Martin Burns
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CSS Layout API Level 1 – the first Houdini spec to become a first public working drat. This one allows you to write your own layout mechanisms, eg a “masonry” layout. Is Houdini ready yet? updated! (And a useful &#82
Greetings, Java devs!  It's a thrill for me to post my first article on DZone. In this post, Ill show you how to retrieve a simple Java App from GitHub and connect it to the Azure Database for MySQL. In part two (on my blog), Ill show you ho
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Noah originally started as a secodary character but then evolved into a proper otome romance I’m sure that Jill looked at him and thought “aww the classic shy guy with glasses, should be a romance option”. Yes, I&#82
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Download the Osterman Research Whitepaper, Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud, and learn ten best practices you should consider to better protect your systems and network, train your users to be security-aware,
I have known about the Google Find My Device feature (which can remotely ring, lock, send a message to a lost phone to whoever locates it & also erase data on a registered mobile) but got a chance to try it out today after misplacing
I was asked on Twitter recently how it is possible to refactor if one doesn't understand how the code works. I replied that it is "learning by refactoring." Then I tried to Google it and found nothing. I was surprised. To me, refact
My sons (10 and 12) and I have been enjoying Retrogaming as a hobby of late. Sure there's a lot of talk of 4k 60fps this and that, but there's amazing stories in classing video games. From The Legend of Zelda (all of them) to Ico and Shadow of the Co
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In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a Spring Boot application that communicates with an Oracle data source through Hibernate. Prerequisites Eclipse IDE (neon release) Maven 4 Java 1.8 Create a Maven Project Open Eclipse, then create a new M
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