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  1. JBoss Fuse Getting Started Home Loan Demo Part 1


    from christina Liked 5,148 9 1

    For people that are getting started to know Fuse, and wants to get their hands dirty and develop a JBoss Fuse project for the first time. You can find the source code for this project here: https://github.com/weimeilin79/homeloan-part1

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    • Java 8 Lambdas


      from Richard Dallaway Liked 146 2 0

      Screen recording of a presentation to Functional Brighton & the Brighton Java User Group, 4 June 2014. Source code: https://bitbucket.org/d6y/java8/

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      • Java 8 Lambdas and Streams


        from Scott Stanchfield Liked 515 4 0

        A talk I gave at the Columbia MD Java Users Group on Sept 23, 2014 describing the new Lambdas and Streams features in Java 8.

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        • Reactive Web Development with Play on Java 8


          from Chariot Solutions Liked 163 1 0

          Java 8 heralds a new era of reactive programming, with lambdas and promises taking the limelight as the bright new features of the language. To best take advantage of these features, Play Framework…

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          • 23 Reactive Programming by Venkat Subramaniam


            from Official ZeroTurnaround Account Liked 671 7 0

            Reactive Programming is gaining a lot of attention recently. You’ve heard of the characteristics of a reactive application. But, how does it feel to create applications using this model? In…

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            • Tomasz Nurkiewicz - CompletableFuture in Java 8, asynchronous processing done right.


              from Official ZeroTurnaround Account Liked 3,699 22 1

              Future objects prior to Java 8 were surprisingly limited. CompletableFuture introduced in JDK 8 is way more powerful. You can finally register asynchronous callbacks, transform, chain and combine…

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              • Reliable Scalability with MongoDB


                from JavaZone Liked 695 5 0

                Many developers are discovering that traditional relational databases make it hard to scale to the large data volumes and user traffic required by Internet-scale applications. MongoDB is sailing up…

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                • ETE 2012 - Nathan Marz on Storm


                  from Chariot Solutions Liked 28.1K 80 2

                  From the abstract: "Storm makes it easy to write and scale complex realtime computations on a cluster of computers, doing for realtime processing what Hadoop did for batch processing. Storm…

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                  • Test-first Development using Eclipse


                    from JAX TV Liked 845 1 0

                    Test-first development is a top-down process by which code is written starting with tests. Once tests have been created, the process changes to that of making the tests work by implementating the…

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                    • ZeroMQ is the answer, by Ian Barber


                      from PHP UK Conferences Liked 76.9K 99 1

                      http://www.phpconference.co.uk/talk/zeromq-answer Using Mikko Koppanen's PHP ZMQ extension we will look at how you can easily distribute work to background processes, provide flexible service…

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                      • MongoDB in Production by Chris Harris and Alvin Richards


                        from Xebia France Liked 1,746 8 0

                        Chris Harris and Alvin Richards present "MongoDB in Production". How should we setup MongoDB in production and what resources do we need? This session covers how to setup up replication…

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                        • Slim Overview


                          from unclebob Liked 61.8K 9 2

                          A quick overview of the architecture and usages of Slim.

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