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  1. Spotify Engineering Culture - part 1

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    from Spotify Training & Development Liked 583K 1,776 59

    An attempt to describe our engineering culture. This is a journey in progress, not a journey completed, so the video is somewhere between "How Things Are Today" and "How We Want Things…

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    • I/Opener to the Big I/O - Oleg Zhurakousky

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      from JavaZone Liked 115 2 0

      There are many mechanisms for storing and processing a collection of data sets so large and complex that we collectively refer to it as Big Data. Using live demos and code we'll show you how…

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      • GeeCON 2014: Nitsan Wakart - Queue evolution: from 10M to 470M ops/sec

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        from GeeCON Conference Liked 430 1 0

        Queues are one of the most fundamental data-structures of concurrent programming. In this session we will tracking the development, evolution, hurdles and obstacles experienced in taking the humble…

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        • Using Docker to streamline development - Trond Marius Øvstetun

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          from JavaZone Liked 919 9 0

          Larger and more complex systems calls for new solutions. Splitting the larger systems into smaller modules helps us reason about them in isolation, but leads to cross-module dependencies both for…

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          • 「Play Framework - The modern web framework that packs a punch」 Speaker: James Roper (Typesafe)

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            from Japan Scala Association Liked 1,206 10 0

            As the focus of modern web applications shifts to be more and more about providing rich user experiences, and hardware evolves not to be faster but to provide more and more CPU cores, many web frameworks…

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            • Drawing Dynamic Visualizations

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              from Bret Victor Liked 102K 1,085 0

              For more information, see: http://worrydream.com/DrawingDynamicVisualizationsTalkAddendum Throughout the history of science, diagrams and graphs have been essential thinking tools. In the past,…

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              • Invokedynamic: You ain't seen nothing yet

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                from JAX TV Liked 776 6 0

                You've heard the noise... invokedynamic is changing the JVM forever. What is it? How does it affect you? Where will it take the JVM and Java developers in the future? We'll look back at…

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                • Flamingo Pride

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                  from Talking Animals Liked 355K 2,972 104

                  The Story of the only heterosexual Flamingo in his desperate attempt to find love.

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                  • CRaSH 1.1 feature demo

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                    from Julien Viet Liked 2,490 2 0

                    Demonstrate some of the CRaSH 1.1 features like color/style , spring support, etc...

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                    • Effective Eclipse - Columbia MD Java Users Group

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                      from Scott Stanchfield Liked 1,949 8 0

                      This is a talk I gave on 5/19/2010 on Eclipse Tips and Tricks. Hope y'all find it useful! Copyright © 2010 Scott Stanchfield, All Rights Reserved. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No…

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                      • Maven vs Gradle

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                        from Øredev Conference Liked 1,358 8 0

                        Ant, Maven, Gradle, Buildr - the choice of built systems for Java based systems is manifold and only discussions about coding styles are getting more heated than discussion on which built system is…

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