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SaaS Revenue Recognition Concepts Guide

Thu, 2015-01-22 08:00
Just as with Revenue Recognition – an accounting principle/ process for reporting revenue through the monetary value recognition of a transaction/ contract over a given period of time as it is “earned” – SaaS revenue recognition closely follows the principle, but tailored to cloud computing. The SEC and the FASB are some of the organizations that determine the findings, rules and...
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Why ELK Stack

Thu, 2015-01-22 08:00
Problem statement: You have different applications feeding into each other. Debugging an issue requires logging into each individual box to look at the logs. With small number of apps/boxes it's not an issue, but it quickly becomes tedious as the number of apps/boxes increase! Solution: It would be awesome to have all of your logs aggregated into one place so you can see the process flow and...
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The Best of DZone: Jan. 14 - Jan. 21

Wed, 2015-01-21 09:30
THIS WEEK'S TOP LINKS Check out the most popular links shared on DZone from the past week. Be sure to share the best developer links from across the web at DZone.com. Preview Text:  If you missed anything on DZone this week, now's your chance to catch up! This week's best include the portrait of success for a Java developer in 2015,...
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"Configuring It All Out" or "12-Factor App-Style Configuration with Spring"

Wed, 2015-01-21 09:00
This article was originally published by Josh Long  on the Spring blog Let’s establish some vocabulary, before we begin. Preview Text:  When we talk about configuration in Spring, we’re usually talking about the inputs into the Spring framework’s various ApplicationContext implementations that help the container understand...
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Building Massively-Scalable Distributed Systems using Go and Mesos

Wed, 2015-01-21 09:00
Apache Mesos is a resource manager and scheduler that operates as a system kernel for the datacenter. It abstracts CPU, memory, storage, and other compute resources away from machines (physical or virtual), enabling fault-tolerant and elastic distributed systems to easily be built and run effectively. For example, the original version of Apache Spark was built on top of Mesos when both projects...
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Where Can I Run EJBs ?

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:30
EJBs are built for more than just a Java EE application server. They can also execute in aJava EE Web Profile container or plain Java SE environment (Java SE ! yeah – Easy JavaBeans !). Preview Text:  EJBs are built for more than just a Java EE application server. They can also execute in aJava EE Web Profile container or plain...
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Everything You Need to Know About Azure Service Bus Brokered Messaging (Part 3)

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:30
Preview Text:  This third and final installment in a 3 part series on Microsoft Azure Service Bus takes you on an in-depth journey of the advanced features Azure Service Bus offers including security, best practices, security and pitfalls to avoid. ...
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Scala snippets 4: Pimp my Library Pattern With Type Classes

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:30
I wanted to write an article on the fun parts of scalaz, but thought it would be best to first look a bit closer at the type classes system provided by scala. So in this snippet we'll explore a small part of how type classes work and can help you in writing more generic code. More snippets can be found here: Preview Text:  I wanted to write an...
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Calling All JSON Enthusiasts: Join JSON-P 1.1!

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:00
As many of you know the initial wave of Java EE 8 JSRs are now fully launched for a little while now, including the platform JSR itself, CDI 2, JSON-B, JMS 2.1, Servlet 4, JAX-RS 2.1, MVC and JSF 2.3. More recently three other Java EE 8 JSRs have been launched - Java EE Security, Java EE management and JSON-P 1.1 (more specifically the Java API for JSON Processing 1.1, launched as JSR 374)....
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Django With Time Zone Support and MySQL

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:00
Originally Written by Roman VynarThis is yet another story of Django web-framework with time zone support and pain dealing with python datetimes and MySQL on the backend. In other words, offset-naive vs offset-aware datetimes. Preview Text:  This is yet another story of Django web-framework with time zone support and pain dealing with python...
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Right Outer Join in SQL / Oracle Database

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:00
This can be used to demonstrate the Right outer join. ( Demonstrated using Oracle Database ) Preview Text:  A short example demonstrating the use SQL's right outer JOIN using Oracle Database, complete with the query result. Legacy Sponsored:  unsponsored ...
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The Cost of Laziness

Wed, 2015-01-21 08:00
Recently I had a dispute with my colleagues regarding performance penalty of lazy vals in Scala. It resulted in a set of microbenchmarks which compare lazy and non-lazy vals performance. All the sources can be found at http://git.io/g3WMzA. But before going to the benchmark results let's try to understand what can cause the performance penalty. For my JMH benchmark I created a very simple Scala...
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Combating Crime and Hate Speech with Big Data

Wed, 2015-01-21 07:42
Fighting crime isn’t easy, and no matter how hard we work, there will always be tragedies and missed opportunities. But what if we could work to anticipate crimes? What if we could stop them before they happen? No, this isn’t Minority Report, but just another instance of using big data to predict the future. Preview Text:  Predicting the...
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Are Frontends Getting Smarter?

Wed, 2015-01-21 07:00
Preview Text:  Traditional wisdom maintains a firm separation between the frontend display code and backend server code. Thanks to the flexibility of JavaScript, many developers are working to implement a Model View Controller architecture (MVC) entirely on the frontend, making the frontend smarter. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
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Web vs. Hybrid vs. Native Apps -- How to Pick in 2015

Wed, 2015-01-21 07:00
Written by TJ VanToll for Telerik Mobile Blog. In the fourth AppBuilder Office Hours episode Michael Crump, Sam Basu, and I discussed talked about the latest in the web vs. hybrid vs. native debate. Preview Text:  In the fourth AppBuilder Office Hours episode Michael Crump, Sam Basu, and I discussed talked about the latest in the web vs. hybrid...
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Suis-je Groovy? No! What Pivotal’s Decision Means for Open Source Software

Tue, 2015-01-20 09:36
Today there was great news in the JVM ecosystem.Pivotal, the company who is committed to OSS has become a bit less committed: Preview Text:  Pivotal, the company who is committed to OSS has become a bit less committed. Legacy Sponsored:  unsponsored
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Total Bummer: Pivotal Drops Groovy

Tue, 2015-01-20 09:33
Pivotal announced yesterday that Groovy 2.4 And Grails 3.0 will be the last major releases under Pivotal sponsorship. Preview Text:  Pivotal announced yesterday that Groovy 2.4 And Grails 3.0 will be the last major releases under Pivotal sponsorship. Legacy Sponsored:  ...
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The Login Page: Angular JS and Spring Security Part II

Tue, 2015-01-20 09:00
This article was originally authored by Dave Syer  on the Spring blog.  In this article we continue our discussion of how to use Spring Security with  Preview Text:  Here we show how to use Angular JS to authenticate a user via a form and fetch a secure resource to render in the UI Legacy ...
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Pair Programming Lessons from Improv

Tue, 2015-01-20 09:00
Thanks to Tim Ottinger for reminding me of Arlo Belshee’s post, “Is Pair Programming for Me?” Go read Arlo’s post, as it’s insightful and has more useful content than most articles on pairing. I’m just going to springboard off of one skill that Arlo mentioned being important to learn. Preview Text:  A few years back, I took a course in...
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What’s in Store for 2015? Five Cyber Predictions for the Coming Year

Tue, 2015-01-20 09:00
[This article was written by carsonator.]Predictions are a dangerous thing. Because even fantastically smart people can be fantastically wrong. To wit: Preview Text:  Here are my security predictions for the coming year, based on my belief that history repeats itself – and I am seeing some familiar patterns, albeit in new context. On one hand,...
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