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Bespoke applications with a flavour of a cloud

If you're thinking about using cloud in your solutions you should adapt it gradually (an evolution rather than revolution). It's much easier to get started with integrating available SaaS offerings in...

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Organising first hackathone in Poland

I was thinking about it for quite a long time now. But only after I returned from London's NHS HackDay last weekend I finally started preparations. My first action was to send out an email to my frien...

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Organising first hackathon in Poland

I was thinking about it for quite a long time now. But only after I returned from London's NHS HackDay last weekend I finally started preparations. My first action was to send out an email to my frien...

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Apect-oriented programming in Apache Camel

Apache Camel has a very powerful bean injection framework which allows developers to focus only on solving business problems. However there are situations when you need to do a little bit more. Read b...

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Writing and running Groovy integration tests

Over 3 years ago I wrote a post about Groovy WS (GroovyWS terrifies me! over 23 likes in DZone! Thanks!) and a week later I wrote one more about running Groovy unit tests in Maven (Running Groovy usin...

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Extreme Mocking with Moq

When I'm interviewing people for software engineer roles I always ask them when do you use mocks. The most common answer is in unit and integration tests. But I'm expecting a little bit different answ...

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CXF JAX-RS on Apache TomEE

Yesterday I got a post comment about some problems with running CXF JAX-RS on Apache Tomcat. But also 2 weeks ago Apache TomEE 1.0 has been officially released. I decided to rework the example without...

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EclipseLink distributed cache coordination

In larger systems where processing of user request is distributed you need some sort of cache coordination otherwise the results may be incorrect and/or user experience bad. In Qualitas system I have ...

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EclipseLink JPA2 distributed cache coordination

In larger systems where processing of user requests is distributed you need some sort of cache coordination otherwise the results may be incorrect and/or user experience bad. In Qualitas system I have...

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Running Maven applications on OpenShift

As you know I'm in the middle of completely overhauling and open-sourcing my PhD thesis system (more here: Qualitas). I don't work at Gda?sk University of Technology any more and I had to find some ki...

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Running Maven applications on OpenShift PaaS

As you know I'm in the middle of completely overhauling and open-sourcing my PhD thesis system (more here: Qualitas). I don't work at Gda?sk University of Technology any more and I had to find some ki...

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Developing in the cloud

There's a lot of buzz about deploying applications in the cloud, but what about developing applications in the cloud? In my opinion that's the next level of cloud adaptation. I recently got a FOSS (f...

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Migrating Hg to Git

I got a free account (FOSS account) on CloudBees.com for my open source project (Qualitas). I decided to use the Maven and Jenkins parts of the CloudBees (for now), but was quite dissapointed when I s...

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Spring Security: OpenID made simple

As you know I'm working on an open-source Qualitas project. In previous milestone I had to link somehow installed business process with a user. I didn't really want to create any test accounts or ship...

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Spring Security: OpenID made simple

As you know I'm working on an open-source Qualitas project. In previous milestone I had to link somehow installed business process to a user. I didn't really want to create any test accounts or ship c...

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AMQP: RabbitMQ, Spring, Apache Camel, and Apache Qid

As you know I'm open-sourcing and completely overhauling my PhD system. One of my goals was to replace internal JMS queues with AMQP. Today I'll show you how I did it and why I was forced to change Ra...

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Resolutions - 2012 Edition

Everyone has New Year's resolutions. Here is mine: open-source and completely overhaul my PhD system. The original system The original system (code name: MS DIES) is written in Java EE 5. The fronte...

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iOS and Android push notifications from Java

For a couple of past weeks I have been working as a Technical Architect in a mobile application for a large bank (or should I say an insurance department of that bank). The application was written in ...

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Customising Spring Security (for mobile application)

Last time I used Spring Security it was called Acegi Security. So quite a long time ago. I'm currently TA in 2 projects and one of them is a mobile application written in Phone Gap. This application ...

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