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About software development with c#, java, C++, javascript, php on server-side and mobile applications.
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The Degradation of Java Developers

The Degradation of Java Developers | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
On multiple occasions I was blogging about these legions of enterprise Java developers trained to use certain frameworks without understanding how things work under the hood. This morning I had cha...
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Web.NET European Conference: date announced and call for presentations launched

Web.NET European Conference: date announced and call for presentations launched | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
This is the blog of Simone Chiaretta, an Italian .NET developer, architect, Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, Subtext core member, ASP.NET MVC lover with a passion for mountain climbing.
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10 things you didn't know JavaScript could do | Feature | .net magazine

10 things you didn't know JavaScript could do | Feature | .net magazine | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
You can do all kinds of crazy stuff with JavaScript. Developer Sebastian Golasch show us what's possible today: gamepad-controlled 3D games, Flash on the iPad, running a webserver, and more...
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Damien Katz: Why Database Technology Matters

Damien Katz: Why Database Technology Matters | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

Because I think database technologies are among the most important fundamental advancements of humanity and our collective consciousness. I think databases are as important as telecommunications and the internet. I think they are as important as any scholarly library -- and that libraries are the earliest non-digital databases. I think databases are almost as important the invention of the written word.

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5 Best Eclipse Plugins: #3 (System and Desktop Search)

5 Best Eclipse Plugins: #3 (System and Desktop Search) | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
Ranked as number 3 on my list of eclipse plugins is something I missed in eclipse, but what I heavily use in Microsoft Visual Studio: The ability to search files anywhere on my computer. As outline...
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SOA Portfolio Review

You may have invested significant time and effort creating services. Have you reached maximum service agility, adaptability, adoption? Are applications now easier to build? Is it time for a SOA portfolio review?

SOA portfolio review objectives include determining if the service design methodology, service contract boundaries, and service coupling minimize portfolio redundancy and duplication while maximizing adoption.

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Using Notepad++ To Quickly Format XML

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My favorite way to quickly format a given chunk of XML is to use Notepad++ and the XML Tools plugin..
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Equally True: Importance of testing with large data sets

Equally True: Importance of testing with large data sets | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

It's sometimes hard or impossible to get suitable large data set that represents real data for your product. That's why it's important that already when you are learning a new technology you train your skills with large data sets. This way you will learn the performance and concurrency challenges when running your own throwaway training programs where it's easier to find sample data rather than later building the product for a company.

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10 Eclipse tricks you should know

Our collection of Eclipse Tips and Tricks keeps growing: Here are some more Eclipse Tips and Tricks you should know!
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.NET Framework Version Comparison Table | Jinal Desai

It is frequent usage to see all the .NET Version with it's features on single page. While surfing on net it is difficult to find or even not a single site provides all version on the same plate with features. Following is a try to put all the .NET Framework versions together with other release and features details.

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Introduction to Android development : TouchCalculator - CodeProject®

Introduction to Android development : TouchCalculator - CodeProject® | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
In this tutorial article I will try to introduce you to the general development principles of Android by building a real calculator application (TouchCalculator). By the end of this tutorial you will be able to build Android applications with simple user interfaces and backing business logic.
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25 More Books For Designers, Developers And Web Workers | SpyreStudios

25 More Books For Designers, Developers And Web Workers | SpyreStudios | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
A while ago we shared 25 great web-design and development books and since this earlier post got a great response (and we've read a lot more books since), we've now gathered another 25.
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160+ RSS Feeds For Web-Designers And Developers | SpyreStudios

160+ RSS Feeds For Web-Designers And Developers | SpyreStudios | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

Many of you who know me personally, have been reading this blog or one my previous blogs or have been following me on Twitter for a while, know I'm a self-taught web-designer. I didn’t study design, arts, coding or whatever, and I never attended CSS 101 in college. Instead, I read blogs, tutorials and books.

Becoming a web-designer can be quite a time-consuming process so I figured I’d make a list of all the RSS feeds I am subscribed to and read on a regular basis. The sites on this list are all related to web design, graphic design, development, CSS, HTML, WordPress, business and freelancing, creativity and inspiration.

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Cross Platform App Development with LiveCode | Mobile Tuxedo

Cross Platform App Development with LiveCode | Mobile Tuxedo | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

LiveCode is a tool for you to develop mobile apps quickly. You can build your app for one mobile platform, and just run it on the other without worrying if the features you used will be supported. Plus the Field object has been substantially reworked to make beautifully formatted text a joy to create, even when you are using unicode.

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Why some publishers are abandoning apps and betting on the Web | VisionMobile

Why some publishers are abandoning apps and betting on the Web | VisionMobile | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

Why are publishers abandoning apps and betting on the Web? VisionMobile Senior Analyst Andreas Pappas looks into the flight of magazine publishers from native iOS apps to web-based platforms.

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Implementing Enterprise Web applications with Vaadin - Wiki - vaadin.com

Implementing Enterprise Web applications with Vaadin - Wiki - vaadin.com | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

Enterprise web applications written in Java are mostly layered, component based applications that exist in the server side and are run in Application Server such as JBoss or GlassFish. Application Servers provide containers to host different components such as EJB Container for EJB Beans and Web Container for Servlets. In this tutorial I'll present ways to bind Vaadin together with other Java technologies used to build modern web applications. This first part of the tutorial is about setting up the development environment and project structure to support enterprise application development.

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Windows PowerShell Tutorial - Introduction Microsoft's new scripting language

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Windows PowerShell Tutorial. An introducton to Microsoft's new Windows scripting language. Learn PowerShell and master WMI also Exchange 2007. Replace VBScript and CMD with the PS command line.
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Following the White Rabbit [Infographic]

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Have you ever wondered what kind of people make Android applications? Well wonder no more! We at StartApp decided to investigate this in depth by creating a special Android developer survey which we sent out to all of our Android developers who kindly participated in the survey! Therefore, we are now very proud to present our first infographic that explores everything from the companies Android developers work for to the music they listen to and everything in between.

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Seth's Blog: Getting serious about experimentation

Here's what doesn't work: hacking around and ignoring what doesn't work. Here's what also doesn't work: doing your best with your work and then dismissing the elements that don't work as experiments. The best experiments are experiments on purpose.
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The Nerd Economy: New Relic | New Relic blog

The Nerd Economy: New Relic | New Relic blog | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it
I think so. The future of the economy and economic recovery lies with the ‘nerds’- specifically, those nerds that code. And this is a good thing. They are smart. There has never been a better time to be a nerdpreneur. San Francisco may be the hub, but this is a global movement.
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Apache CXF -- WSDL to Java

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wsdl2java takes a WSDL document and generates fully annotated Java code from which to implement a service. The WSDL document must have a valid portType element, but it does not need to contain a binding element or a service element. Using the optional arguments you can customize the generated code. In addition, wsdl2java can generate an Ant based makefile to build your application.
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XML-RPC Examples

To demonstrate XML-RPC, we're going to create a server that uses Java to process XML-RPC messages, and we will create a Java client to call procedures on that server.
The Java side of the conversation uses the Apache XML Project's Apache XML-RPC, available at http://xml.apache.org/xmlrpc/
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How to export query result to .csv file in SQL Server 2008? - Stack Overflow

How to export query result to .csv file in SQL Server 2008? - Stack Overflow | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

1. Open SQL Server Management Studio

2. Go to Tools > Options > Query Results > Results To Text

3. On the far right, there is a drop down box called Output Format

4. Choose Comma Delimited and click OK

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javascript game of tron in 219 bytes

javascript game of tron in 219 bytes | Coding Adventures | Scoop.it

With some coworkers, we challenged each other to write the smallest possible game of tron in javascript (an exercice known as javascript golfing).

This page explains our final version (219 bytes). We initially worked alone but then exchanged ideas and tricks, so erling & mathewsb deserve most of the credits!

our code was originally 226 bytes, but "Cosmologicon" pointed out a way to save three whole bytes, bringing us to 223 bytes.

With p01, we then came up with a way to save another 11 bytes (making the game 212 bytes). He also suggested keeping track of score, which takes 9 bytes but is totally worth it!

skrounge found a way to save 2 more bytes, brining the game to 219 bytes.

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Testing like the TSA - (37signals)

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When developers first discover the wonders of test-driven development, it’s like gaining entrance to a new and better world with less stress and insecurity. It truly is a wonderful experience well worth celebrating. But internalizing the benefits of testing is only the first step to enlightenment.

Knowing what not to test is the harder part of the lesson.

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