Author Archives: Papick G. Taboada

MySQL Branch von Facebook, Google, LinkedIn und Twitter

Unter dem Motto We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Database arbeiten Entwickler von Facebook, Google, LinkedIn und Twitter an WebScaleSQL. Hier handelt es sich offiziell um ein Branch von der aktuellen MySQL 5.6. Eine entsprechende Meldung ist auf dem Entwicklerblog bei Facebook zu … Continue reading

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gwt.create – a pureley GWT focussed conference

Vaadin is hosting a GWT conference. In fact two: the conference is being held twice, once in San Francisco (started now) and once in Frankfurt (next week, sold out). Ray Cromwell just held the keynote on the future of GWT, … Continue reading

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Getting rid of the session stickiness

Session stickiness is a load balancing technique that uses some sort of information to attach recurring visits (http calls) from one visitor to the same machine. This is a very common approach, and the common scenario is an apache web … Continue reading

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GWT Entwicklerkonferenz dieses Jahr im Dezember

Gute Nachrichten für GWT Entwickler: im Dezember wird es eine dedizierte Konferenz rund um das Thema Google Web Tookit geben. Hier die Call-For-Papers-Meldung: While the GWT ecosystem is stronger than ever, there has not been a large GWT focused conference for … Continue reading

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Faces Flows von Ed Burns erläutert

Ed Burns, co-spec lead der JavaServer Faces Spezifikation, hat in einem Artikel  Faces Flows erläutert: Die Version 2.2 von JavaServer Faces (JSF) ist mit einer Fülle von neuen Features herausgekommen. Für Entwickler sind im Standard-Framework unter den siebzig neuen Funktionen … Continue reading

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Awesome keynote on Scala, Java and poetry.

One of the best keynotes I have seen for a while. Rod Johnson talks about Scala, but he also talks about Java and much more. Keynote – Scala in 2018 It’s 2018. Scala is now 15 years old and the … Continue reading

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Cluster job synchronization with Spring AOP and memcached

Once you start load balancing your application across a set of nodes, you either start a dedicated node for your scheduled jobs or you find out some way of synchronizing your calls. Since I already have memcached up and running … Continue reading

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