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Episode 69. All I want for Xmas is a million requests per second (Jmeter!)

So it’s the holidays and now we are winding down the year. Even so, sometimes this is the best time to actually do some performance testing. And there’s no better (foss) tool to do so than JMeter! Come and let’s dive into how to use JMeter for those stress and performance testing that needs to get done (you’re doing stress tests right?)

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Episode 63. JCR (Java Content Repository) It as a Document Database before Document Databases were cool!

The Java Content Repository (JSR-170 and JSR-283) have been around for a while. For those who don’t know it’s an actual way of managing content (or assets, or text, or images, or a catalog). Its use can be almost anything, and yet, we didn’t know we had it! The best part? It’s a JSR so not just that there are different, compatible implementations, but the underlying storage can be changed in a jiffy. Want to store as files in the filesystem, done. How about a Database? also done. How about using something that the cool kids use like Mongo? It Got you covered man! (or Woman!)

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Episode 62. Hm, what’s the best to travel this holiday? on Apache CAMEL, of course!

So let’s talk about one of (if not the) largest, and most interesting framework hosted at Apache. Camel is essentially an implementation of the Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) book (which is a mandatory read for the serious dev!). It has so many contributions (and connections) that there is almost no popular system that it can’t connect to. In this episode we dive into the reasoning and “spirit” of Camel, to make sense on how to use it. If you ever used Camel, or have run into camel and scratched your head, then definitively take a listen!

 


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Episode 61. Let’s go retro with JaxB/Xml/XSD and Soap! (JSR-222)

It’s not the “cool kid” anymore, but it sure is everywhere! If you ever generated an xml file from a java class (or have created a java class from a definition) you have been using Jaxb! And if you have used for some time, you can see that Jaxb sometimes works, and other times…well. Come take a listen and understand what’s happening under the covers! And how you can make JAXB, oh well, “behave!”.

 


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Episode 52. Of JavaEE, Inter-Tubes, and Socket

So let’s try to understand this Java EE World, shall we? Going from the very basic request, we unravel the magic that a Java EE Container creates. When we see the tricks behind the wall, it suddenly looks a lot like SE with some sprinkled web stuff on top! If you want to really know what happens every time you go to a browser and type http://, you should hear this podcast!

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Episode 51. Spring is in the air! What better than to talk about The Spring Framework and Spring Beans

If you stepped into the Java EE world, you must have run into Spring. There is Spring XD, Spring Batch, Spring everything-under-the-sun. Sometimes we keep using it as a rut, but today we take a look at Spring (and Spring Core) with a new set of eyes and learn the real reason for Spring Beans. A great introduction if you never been exposed to Spring, and a even better reminder of why Spring Beans exists in the first place!

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Episode 48. Let’s get Groovy with GRADLE in JAVA!

Strike 1, Strike 2, and STRIKE 3! We cover the last of the build tools, GRADLE. It’s hip, it’s cool, it wears a cool leather jacket and rides around on a great motorcycle. The last of the build tools, it has learned from prior mistakes and has combined the best of Ant and Maven into one groovy package. Learn about the last of the build tools, and when to really use it!

 

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Episode 39. Do I really have to database it?

It happens all the time, you are working and suddenly you need to database an object. And maybe you have a fancy O/R Mapper or something like that, but we seldom ask ‘do we really need this in a relational format?’. There are actual alternatives (from byte serialization to xml, to, oh, my, NoSql databases). Here we explore the reasons why you may want to skip the Object Relational mapping and concentrate more on ease of development!

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Episode 33. Does code dream when it hibernates? A quick look on the big things of Hibernate

Databases have been around forever! (or at least from the 1970s) and there are many things that try to hook Object Objected Programming with Relational Databases (namely, O/R mappers). Hibernate is the most known O/R mapper and, while effective sometimes it can be confusing. In this podcast we delve on how to understand our misunderstood friend, and finally fix those pesky weird Hibernate exceptions once and for all!
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Hibernate Mappings (Annotations)
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Episode 28. Extra! Extra! JMS Delivering Messages to your App! Extra! Extra!

Episode 28. Extra! Extra! JMS Delivering Messages to your App! Extra! Extra! —-
Java Message Service (or JMS for short) is a collection of APIs and implementations that allows you to send “messages” across your applcation. But why is it so popular?, and what exactly is it trying to solve (what is a message anyways)? In this episode, we take our bycicle, and trace the delivery route of JMS to figure out the good, and avoid some JMS potholes along the way, making for a smooth message delivery experience!

 

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Enterprise Integration Patterns http://www.amazon.com/Enterprise-Integration-Patterns-Designing-Deploying/dp/0321200683
Intro to JMS Conceptshttp://docs.oracle.com/javaee/1.3/jms/tutorial/1_3_1-fcs/doc/basics.html
Apache ActiveMQ http://activemq.apache.org/
ActiveMQ Language Clients (ActionScript, Ajax, C, C++, C#, .Net, Delphi, Erlang, Flash, Haskell, Javascript, Perl, PHP, Pike, Python, Ruby, Smalltalk, Websockets) http://activemq.apache.org/cross-language-clients.html
RabbitMQ http://www.rabbitmq.com/
JMS Description and Implementation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_Message_Service
Embed ActiveMQ Broker in code http://activemq.apache.org/how-do-i-embed-a-broker-inside-a-connection.html
JMS Tutorial http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/1.4/tutorial/doc/JMS.html#wp84181
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