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AutoValue 1.0 released by Google

Google has released the first stable version of its AutoValue library. AutoValue is an open source library for easily creating value types with Java. AutoValue is part of a Google project that goes by the name of auto on GitHub. … Continue reading

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Upsource: New Repository Browsing and Code Review Tool by JetBrains

JetBrains, the company behind the popular IntelliJ IDEA, recently has released a new productivity tool into the wild. JetBrains Upsource is a browser-based repository browsing and code review tool. Freshly released in version 1.0, it boasts a number of very … Continue reading

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Tipps eines Confluence Marketing Managers zum Umgang mit Emails und Aufgaben

Matt Hodges (Group Product Marketing Manager bei Atlassian) beschreibt im Blog Post I am Matt Hodges and this is how I manage email and tasks  für die Verwaltung von Emails und Aufgeben folgenden persönlichen Vier-Punkte-Plan: Die Funktionen der Confluence WorkBox nutz er für … Continue reading

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When to prefer EJB over CDI

While Contexts and Dependency Injection (JSR 299, CDI)  is becoming more and more popular, there is also some confusion about the usage of CDI and EJB. We are sometimes asked by our clients when to prefer one over the other. … Continue reading

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An Overview of Vaadin 7 Annotations

Vaadin 7 has added a set of useful new annotations to the framework which can be found in the package com.vaadin.annotations. This package is located in the vaadin-server.jar file. This blog post wants to give you a quick overview of … 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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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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