Log data provides the most granular view into what is happening across your systems, applications, and end users. Logs can show you where the issues are in real-time, and provide a historical trending view over time. Logs give you the whole picture.
In this article we take you through Java 8 Default Methods and explains them to you in 5 minutes.
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How MongoDB is becaming irrelevant when compared with it's competitors.
I remember old days of J2EE (1.3 and 1.4) that it was incredibly hard to start a project using JMS. You needed to install a JMS broker, create topics or queues and finally start your own battle with server configuration files and JNDI. Hopefully with JavaEE 6 and beyond using JMS is really easy and simple. But with Apache TomEE is even more simpler to get started. In this post we are going to...
Ever since their introduction, Java annotations have become an integral part of the APIs of larger application frameworks. Good examples for such APIs are those of Spring or Hibernate where adding a few lines of annotation code implements quite complex program logic. And while one can argue about the drawbacks of these particular APIs, most developers would agree that this form of declarative...
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Personally I hate writing code for null check. In this post I will list some of the things that have worked well for me, based on my personal experience in production environments and systems.
Most software outsourcing companies don't show their source code until the product is ready, keeping their customers in the dark and increasing the risk of project failure; it's a bad practice.
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Object-relational mapping is a design pattern that violates encapsulation, one of the fundamental principles of OOP, but what is a possible alternative to it?
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