It was a slow news weekend, but there are plenty of good development posts. First, On DZone we get the logic behind various types of transactions. Unless you are building a very simple administrative application, like a CRUD app, then you are probably dealing with difference types of transactions. Confluent announced the availability of Kafka […]

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There were plenty of interesting articles yesterday. First, The Next Web reports on a car that has no gears and runs on hydrogen. Granted, the car has a top speed of 60 mph, but it is an interesting development regardless. Seth Godin gives us an excellent “manifesto” for small teams. Even if you have a […]

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Leading our day, we have the announcement from the Google Cloud Platform about the general availability of custom machine types. This is very cool, and helps everyone using these platforms. I have always had a problem trying to choose the appropriate configuration for a new server. The Netflix Tech Blog started a series about how […]

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Leading our day is Atlassian with their post on fighting the perfect product. I fight this battle every day and I know many other product development teams do as well. On High Scalability, we get an introduction to the architecture at Egnyte, where they have a multi-petabyte distributed system. At Java Code Geeks, we get […]

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There was not much news yesterday, but there were plenty of good articles. First, at Cambridge Coding we have a presentation on a “gentle and structured” introduction to machine learning. I like these types of presentations because people unfamiliar with the field can get a high level overview of what is going on and it […]

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