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Choosing the Right Java Cloud Providers

May 2012 Blogged by Allan Tan

Choosing the Right Java Cloud Providers

This article talks about the the different Java cloud providers and our first hand experience working with them. Our last project involves deploying an Open-Tides (Spring, Spring MVC, JQuery, Hibernate) application to the cloud and as such, we explored and played around with the different cloud providers.

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Unboxing Java Boxing

June 2011 Blogged by Mohammad Omair Marohom

Unboxing Java Boxing

There are two types in Java Programming Language. The first is primitive type such as int, double, and boolean. The second is the reference type such as String, List, and Set. Every primitive type has a corresponding reference type, called a boxed primitive.

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Practical Application of Clean Code Principles

March 2011 Blogged by Richard Buendia

A Step Towards Professionalism

I noticed that every time my code will be reviewed by someone, they will ask me something about the purpose of a variable or the logic of the method or even the comments and so on. Because of that, I tend to do a lot of explaining for others to understand my code. I thought to myself, “Is my code really that chaotic?”

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The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing - 1: Why Outsourcing Will Work for Your Company

Outsourcing, especially offshore outsourcing, has been constantly cast in a bad light for its perceived ill effects on the job security of thousands of workers from developed economies. However, it is interesting to ask this question: If outsourcing’s negative effects far outweigh its positive results, then why does it still flourish? Is it all about the money? Apparently, the answer is “No”.

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