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3 Technical Skills Every Tester Should Have | Javalobby

3 Technical Skills Every Tester Should Have | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Across the board, there is a variety of knowledge that testers are required to have no matter what type of business they are working for or what industry...
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Microservices

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An in-depth description of the microservice style of architecture. Applications designed as suites of independently deployable services, governed in a decentralized manner.
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javaHispano - Portada - Descuento del 15% en Cursogram

javaHispano  - Portada - Descuento del 15% en Cursogram | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Cursogram es un portal dedicado a la creación de video-cursos online sobre distintos as...
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javaHispano - Portada - openHAB: El software Java para domótica

javaHispano  - Portada - openHAB: El software Java para domótica | Java Arch | Scoop.it
openHAB es un software desarrollado en Java que pretende integrar múltiples sistemas de...
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How to introduce DevOps into a moribund corporate culture | ZDNet

How to introduce DevOps into a moribund corporate culture | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
'DevOps is an invisible thread that runs through the entire process of IT, from the design of the software right out to the software running in production.'
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Portable LibreSSL appears as project inches towards prime time | ZDNet

Portable LibreSSL appears as project inches towards prime time | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Another step towards LibreSSL's goal of replacing OpenSSL as the go-to library for transport layer security has occured, with an official portable version of the library now available for testing on systems other than OpenBSD.
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Atlassian takes JIRA to customers’ data centres | ZDNet

Atlassian takes JIRA to customers’ data centres | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Atlassian has unveiled its new enterprise offering, JIRA Data Center, which it says provides high availability and performance at scale for teams building mission-critical software, and is designed for use in customers' own data centres.
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javaHispano - Portada - CoderPower - Participa en este reto algorítmico online y gana un reloj Pebble

javaHispano  - Portada - CoderPower - Participa en este reto algorítmico online y gana un reloj Pebble | Java Arch | Scoop.it
CoderPower Junto con Salesforce1 está organizando una competición en la que ...
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Java support over for Windows XP | ZDNet

Java support over for Windows XP | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
The regularly-scheduled quarterly security updates for Java on July 15 will not include updates for Windows XP, which is now formally unsupported by Oracle.
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Don't Be Scared Of Functional Programming - Smashing Magazine

Don't Be Scared Of Functional Programming - Smashing Magazine | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Functional programming is the mustachioed hipster of programming paradigms.
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What is the Ops in DevOps? | Server Zone

What is the Ops in DevOps? | Server Zone | Java Arch | Scoop.it
So what does DevOps mean exactly? What is the Ops in DevOps? Operations can mean a lot of things and even different things to different people. DevOps is...
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Scrum 101 … an Intensive Online Introduction to Scrum | Javalobby

Scrum 101 … an Intensive Online Introduction to Scrum | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
A scene from the Scrum 101 introductory video. Scrum101 is a side project that I’ve been working on and off for over a year. It started as some...
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My Agile Reading List | Book Zone

My Agile Reading List | Book Zone | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Someone asked me today for recommendations for books to read on ‘agile’. I came up with the following reading list, which interestingly,...
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Spring Cloud 1.0.0 Available Now

Spring Cloud 1.0.0 Available Now | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Spring Cloud 1.0.0.RELEASE is available now in Maven Central (and repo.spring.io). Not too many changes since RC3 but we did find a few bugs, thanks largely to community involvement, so thanks to all who tried it out up to now. Here is a reminder of the goals of Spring Cloud:

Spring Cloud provides tools for developers to quickly build some of the common patterns in distributed systems (e.g. configuration management, service discovery, circuit breakers, intelligent routing
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javaHispano - Portada - Vídeo oficial de Vaadin en Castellano

Webinar de Vaadin por javahispano

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javaHispano - Portada - OpenXava 5.1 liberado: Desarrollo rápido con Java

OpenXava es un marco de trabajo AJAX para desarrollo rápido de aplicaciones web empresarial...
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Last chance to register: Reduce integration complexity with aggregated data services

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Oracle elaborates on end of Windows XP support for Java | ZDNet

Oracle elaborates on end of Windows XP support for Java | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
A statement by an Oracle executive affirms that Java 7 and updates to it should continue to work on Windows XP. Java 8 is a different story.
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Stackify - application monitoring for DevOps | ZDNet

Stackify - application monitoring for DevOps | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Stackify's CEO and VP of Marketing discuss what monitoring/management tools developers/operators need. In short, simplicity and the ability to dive deep into the software stack when needed.
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F# and functional computing languages: Out of the lab and into your business | ZDNet

F# and functional computing languages: Out of the lab and into your business | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Functional languages are here to stay. So are you ready to completely change the way you code?
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javaHispano - Portada - Gradle 2.0 

javaHispano  - Portada - Gradle 2.0  | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Ayer Hans Dockter, Fundador de Gradle, anunciaba la versión 2.0 del proyecto . Gradle e...
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Windows 8.x usage declines | ZDNet

Windows 8.x usage declines | ZDNet | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Net Applications has found that Windows 8.x actually lost user share in June 2014, while Windows 7 has really been the operating system to gain from XP's end of support.
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Iterative Software Development, Part 4 | Agile Zone

Iterative Software Development, Part 4 | Agile Zone | Java Arch | Scoop.it
Originally authored by Andrew Wagner Whew! Episode 4 was a tough one to get recorded! I packed a lot of code in, and changed up my recording process along...
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Programmer Time Translation Cheatsheet -or- Why Programmers Are Bad at Estimating Times | Javalobby

Programmer Time Translation Cheatsheet -or- Why Programmers Are Bad at Estimating Times | Javalobby | Java Arch | Scoop.it
An experienced project manager I used to work with claimed that he
took the programmers’ time estimates, multiplied by pi and converted to
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An experienced project manager I used to work with claimed that he took the programmers’ time estimates, multiplied by pi and converted to the next time magnitude to get the true number. 1 day converts to 3.14 weeks. He had learned the hard way that programmers are bad at estimating times. To get a more precise conversion, I’ve created a translation table for programmers’ time estimations, trying to narrow down where things go wrong.

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