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IntroductionThis blog entry is the first of a multi-part series of articles discussing the merits of byte code engineering and its application. Byte code engineering encompasses the creation of new byte code in the form of classes and the modification of existing byte code. Byte code engineering has many applications. It is used in tools for compilers, class reloading, memory leak detection, and...
I never give two references up front in an interview process. It seems to me that some people [recruiters, talent acquisition hunters and researchers] are just chancing their arm to get into my business social network or pump me for information.
I never give two references up front in an interview process. It seems to me that...
Written by Stéphane Nicoll on the Spring blog Over the past year, we have significantly improved the cache abstraction, with support of JSR-107 (JCache) annotations and a better declarative model to share or externalize common settings.
Over the past year, we have significantly improved the cache abstraction,...
Data is code and code is data. The distinction between software (“code”) and input (“data”) is blurry at best, arbitrary at worst. And this distinction, or lack thereof, has interesting implications for regulation.
In some contexts software is regulated but data is not, or at least software comes under different regulations than data. For example, maybe you have to maintain test records...
Robert Annett wrote a post titled Diagrams for System Evolution
where he describes a simple approach to showing how to visually
describe changes to a software architecture. In essence, in order to
show how a system is to change, he'll draw different versions of the
same diagram and use colour-coding to highlight the
elements/relationships that will be added, removed or modified.
I have been involved with Stackato for a little over a year now. When
I first used Stackato it was already a pleasant experience, it was
simple to set up and had many complex, but easy-to-use, features.
It is this continual innovation that makes using Stackato an enjoyable product to use, as evidenced by our customers. As...
[This article was written by Yves Trudeau]
In a post, written a few months ago, I found that using EXT4 transactions with the “data=journal” mount option, improves the write performance significantly, by 55%, without putting data at risk.
[This article was written by Anand Kela]
In this software-defined world, where enterprises are delivering most of their services via web applications and mobile apps, it is very important for them to ensure their customers are getting excellent experience. Node.js is rapidly becoming one of the most popular platforms for building...
Oracle arranged a nice Java Bloggers Meet at Hyderabad Oracle campus on 13th June 2015 and we celebrated Java 20th anniversary.It is a pleasure to meet all the co-bloggers there and exchanged few thoughts on Java blogging. Also we are privileged to meet Java Champion Harshad Oak and Debraj Dutta who is the winner of Oracle IOT challenge.Debraj Dutta demonstrated his...
Written by Morgan Cartier.Over the last several years, many predictions have been made
about big data and the impact it might have on our lives, including how
we work, shop, and spend our free time. At the crossroads of these
interests is something not everyone pays attention to, but everyone
Written by Miguel Angel Nieto.
This feature allows us to run an EXPLAIN for an already running statement. Let’s say that you find a query that has been running for a long time and you want to check why that could be happening. In 5.7 you can just ask MySQL to EXPLAIN the query that a particular connection is running and get the...