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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- With JDK 11, the first methods of sun.misc.Unsafe are being retired. Among them, the defineClass method was removed. This method has been commonly used by code generation frameworks to define new classes in existing class loaders. While this
Worthy Read Free Webinar: Continuous Delivery with Docker, Kubernetes, and GoCD Docker and Kubernetes provide the platform for organizations to get software to market quickly. In this webinar, you will get a practical guide in designing a D
The Open Container Initiative launched the container distribution specification project to standardize the API for container image registries. Its based on the Docker Registry v2 protocol, which is used by the Docker toolset as well as by public clou
The post that follows is the third in an ongoing series about a shift in focus from descriptive to predictive analytics. We hope you'll check out Part 1 and Part 2. At this point in our journey, we had leadership support and the skills needed to tran
I frequently do things like draw a diagram in a presentation app and take screenshots of it to include into other programs. I’ll create a diagram and then take screenshots of steps of its evolution to show how I built it, step by step. Here
The Interface Segregation Principle is one of Robert C. Martins SOLID design principles. Even though these principles are several years old, they are still as important as they were when he published them for the first time. You might even argue that
When maintainng any piece of software, we usually deal with two kind of actions:bug fixing,new features. bugs and featuresA bug happens when there is an error in the software, which does not behave according to the documentation or the specifications
The itertools library is one of my favorite standard library modules. During this chat I'll answer your questions about iterables, iterators, itertools, and related libraries and helper functions for working with lazy iterables in Python. All experie
Culture and diversity can help a companys bottom line, so its not surprising that organizations and their executive boards are focusing on ways in encourage inclusion. This article will look at specific benefits of diversity, and ways to encourage in
Hey, it's HighScalability time:   Freeman Dyson dissects Geoffrey West's book on universal scaling laws, Scale. (Image: Steve Jurvetson) If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Pa
Are you a fan of making lots and lots of lists? Neither am I. But, here we are not talking about chore or shopping lists. We are talking about ordered and unordered lists that are inevitable when making modern websites and apps. As mentioned, when cr
Do you know what database indexes are and how they work? Do they seem hard to understand? They don’t have to be. The basic principles you need to know are simple and easy to remember. And developers need to know the basics of indexing: your
Working with the new CSS Typed Object Model by Eric Bidelman. More Hoiudini goodness. Proper type systems (like Typescript and Stylable) enhance developer experience so much. Why is not using the CSS cascade a problem? – PPK asks &#8220
One of the more advanced (but incredibly useful) streams methods is the reduce method. What does it do? When would you use it? What does reduce have to do with Donald Trump and his wives and children?  Fin
At Phusion we care deeply about providing the best possible sales and support experience to our users. We decided to share our onboarding guide for customer success managers.At Phusion we care deeply about customer success and invest time and tools (
El 4/4/2018 di una charla en un PyDay sobre como implementar una API REST a partir de una especificacin hecha en Swagger/OpenAPI usando Connexion Foto tomada por Yamila Cuestas Si bien no pude grabar la charla (alguien en la audiencia si lo hizo, per
A long time ago, wee released a game on the ipad. Its hilarious that I cannot even remember whether in this case it was democracy 3 or gratuitous space battles (edit: it was D3). At least one of those is no longer available, because its 32bit, and so
Komes Subramaniam discusses building a system that is implementing the CQRS pattern with a presentation friendly data model. By Komes Subramaniam
The adoption of O365 creates user management and authentication challenges. A centralized approach leveraging the on-premises Active Directory can circumvent these issues. This report compares Microsoft tools with third-party tools for managing Activ
APIs are hard to talk about across large groups of people while ensuring everyone is on the same page. APIs dont have much of a visual side to them, providing a tangible reference for everyone to use by default. This is where OpenAPI comes in, helpin
How often do you go out without your smartphone? Whats the longest youve gone without the internet? Whether youve noticed it or not, we have become cyborgs human-machine hybrids. Whether its Facebook selling our personal data to be weaponised... How
A CSV is a comma-separated values file that allows data to be saved in a table-structured format. Let's try to read a CSV file using Java and filter out the required rows and create a new CSV, as per our own requirements.
Phusion B.V. is hiring a Customer Success Manager to create and maintain friendly relationships with all of their customers around the globe.Phusion was founded with the belief that server maintenance shouldnt be difficult. Over half a million websit
Ben Nadel explores the Selection API exposed by the browser. And, uses it to draw outlines of the text that is currently selected by the User....
Thomas Kraus, Merlin Glynn show how companies can leverage PKS, Kubernetes, Harbor, Clair, and Concourse to build and deploy code in a consistent, predictable, and declarative manner. By Thomas Kraus
In a previous post I showed Using Nikon Wireless Utility with the Nikon D500 on iOS to download NEFs to iOSwhich worked for a while. However Nikon made some significant updates to SnapBridge making it actually much better in terms of connection ease
This article is featured in the new DZone Guide to IoT: Harnessing Device Data. Get your free copy for more insightful articles, industry statistics, and more! To gather insights on the current and future state of IoT, we talked to 23 executives invo
Tailor Brands is an ideal tool if you need to create a brand and beautiful logos for your next project. The companys logo maker uses a vast library of template shapes, designs, and fonts to go with AI that crafts unique and impactful logos in minutes
The Java API for JSON Binding (JSON-B) 1.0 strengthens the Java EE platform's overall support for the JSON data interchange format. Already, the Java API for JSON Processing (JSON-P) 1.1 has proved popular, and together, they form the perfect partner
Turns out running a company isn't just about money, fame or even cool products and happy customers. We have a social responsibility towards our employees and society at large.On Tuesday April 17 I got to speak at the Amsterdam.rb Amsterdam Ruby User
What does it mean to have clean architecture? Carl and Richard talk to Steve Smith about his work on an e-book and template for clean architecture using ASP.NET Core. Steve describes the new tools that make life easier for following clean architectur
This week in obscure blog titles, I bring you the nightmare that is setting up Signed Git Commits with a YubiKey NEO and GPG and Keybase on Windows. This is one of those "it's good for you" things like diet and exercise and setting up 2 Factor Authen
Brian Benz shows how Java developers can deliver Spring code to Azure based on Spring Music as an example, using Linux command line tools, open source tools such as Jenkins, and other free SDKs. By Brian Benz
The punchline is that Im writing about Communication: 101 here at RailsConf 2018, but there is no joke. In Harry the Hedgehog Learns you a Communication, Laura Mosher presented examples of common pitfalls we encounter in our daily lives as software e
MarkupKit 4.1 is now available for download. This release adds support for a live preview of markup documents within Xcode: View classes tagged with IB_DESIGNABLE or @IBDesignable can now call the new preview:owner: method MarkupKit adds to
When the team at MongoDB considers which events to invest in, we do so with the understanding that everyone is operating with a limited budget for travel and professional development. Were also very mindful of the many other tech conferences and trad
In this post, we will take a closer look at Spring Actuator and highlight some changes in Spring Boot 2.0. We will discuss some of the endpoints and will create a custom endpoint to our application. The sources can be found at GitHub. What Is Spring
Someone asked me on Twitter some time ago if I was familiar with the Simple and Sinister kettlebell workout. I was not. Now it’s one of my go-to workouts. It’s remarkably simple, yet extremely hard and effective. The workout is as
Today we have released the first preview of our next update to Visual Studio 2017. You will see a notification in Visual Studio within the next few days, or you can download the new installer fromvisualstudio.com. In this post, we're going to look at
Intel has announced its new Thread Detection Technology (TDT), a set of silicon-based capabilities which use the processor GPU to scan memory for malware. This will free the CPU from that task and help mitigate the impact of defending against Spectre
Posted by Peter Lubbers, Head of Google Developer TrainingGrow with Google in partnership with Udacity, is awarding 5,000 Nanodegree program scholarships to help aspiring developers in the US continue their digital skills training and prepare for job
For the last three years, microservices architecture has been on the rise and many software architects have gotten carried away with this innovative approach to development. The benefits of developing a small service with one specific business purpos
If there is any language that is a known and proven quantity for developers, its Java. Enterprise developers, web developers, mobile developers, and plenty of others besides, have made Java ubiquitous and contributed to the massive culture of support
In the previous article, OSGL Tool: The Art of Image Processing, we introduced how to uset he OSGL Img utility to process images, including: Cutting Resizing Watermarking Flipping Blurring Concatenation Using a pipeline to process images In
You learn a lot of things when talking to clients. Some of them are really fascinating, some of them are quite horrifying. But one of the most important things that I have learned to say to client is: This is out of scope. This can be an incredibly f
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Debasish Ghosh discusses refactoring imperative code into functional patterns, improving code quality from the point of view of modularity, compositionality and simplicity. By Debasish Ghosh
I was one of the biggest fans of flexbox before it hit but, due to being shuffled around at Mozilla, I never had the chance to use it in any practice project; thus, flexbox still seems like a bit of a mystery to me. This greatly pains me because I fe
Docker Image Security Docker. It seems like in this day and age, you are either using Docker containers or you are going to use Docker containers. If you havent jumped on the bandwagon yet, check out a previous article, Docker: The New Ordin