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Kubernetes: The State of Stateful Apps
Kubernetes is optimized for dynamic, stateless, distributed apps, which means it doesn't play well with traditional databases. What are your options? https://t.co/fxo5pL9d9r

— Cloud Native Devops (@cloudnatived) May 16, 2018

http://twitter.com/cloudnatived/status/996700557304848385
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2 days ago
Deployment Groups in Payara Server 5
With the introduction of Deployment Groups we have much more flexible instance model that can adapt to #cloud, elastic and container infrastructure. We break it down and explore in this blog. https://t.co/0cUqwOtx7P#Microservices #Developer #Opensource #DevOps #Java

— Payara (@Payara_Fish) April 27, 2018

http://twitter.com/Payara_Fish/status/989893974725931008
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2 days ago
Photo-realistic single image super-resolution using a generative adversarial network
"Photo-realistic single image super-resolution using a generative adversarial network" Ledig et al., arXiv'16 https://t.co/UTnInLktiX #themorningpaper

You give me a low-resolution image, and I'll give you back a realistic looking pin-sharp hi-res version! pic.twitter.com/Jdny0ZISIk

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) May 9, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/994117324880957441
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2 days ago
JUnit 5 extension model - igorski.co
Do you use the #junit5 extension model? Do you like it more than what we had in #junit4? Have you run into any problems? #java #testing https://t.co/ZkjkR6XQsZ

— Igor Stojanovski (@ig0rski) April 7, 2018

http://twitter.com/ig0rski/status/982529113373192192
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2 days ago
JDK 11 and proxies in a world past sun.misc.Unsafe
I wrote down a summary on how JDK 11 affects proxying libraries, why cglib and Javassist subclass proxies do no longer work in the scope of the JPMS and how you can migrate to Byte Buddy: https://t.co/P7K7LzKwI1

— Rafael Winterhalter (@rafaelcodes) April 8, 2018

http://twitter.com/rafaelcodes/status/982883015352254464
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2 days ago
[1803.03453v1] The Surprising Creativity of Digital Evolution: A Collection of Anecdotes from the Evolutionary Computation and Artificial Life Research Communities
My favorite example of when AI surprised us, the scientists wielding it. A corner case in our algo challenged AI to learn to walk without touching its feet to the ground. Many more in https://t.co/7690RlnTwI from @joelbot3000with @jb_mouret @CULLYAntoine Cully et al Nature 2015 pic.twitter.com/YtzV7zgwhb

— Jeff Clune (@jeffclune) March 13, 2018

http://twitter.com/jeffclune/status/973605950266331138
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2 days ago
On purpose and by necessity: compliance under the GDPR
GDPR comes into force in a couple of months. How are you managing and tracking data, consent, and purpose? https://t.co/CEATcojTV8 pic.twitter.com/6ZVXIhJU3Y

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) March 21, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/976501244461273088
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2 days ago
Scaling up with Google Kubernetes Engine: our experience after 6 months in production
Things we wish we'd known earlier: six months with Kubernetes in production running a video streaming provider https://t.co/aTln9i7szh pic.twitter.com/1501GJv0xI

— John Arundel (@bitfield) March 12, 2018

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/973328037843537920
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2 days ago
Color: From Hexcodes to Eyeballs
Lovely visual explanations of color from @jlfwong here spanning physics, rendering, and perception! https://t.co/mhhfVqB32P pic.twitter.com/sSke5qpHnY

— Andy Matuschak (@andy_matuschak) April 6, 2018

http://twitter.com/andy_matuschak/status/982356805454987265
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2 days ago
Follow-up on Project from Hell
Apparently this happened 10 years ago and due to the attention this now got, the author wrote a follow up asserting, that all this is true - and not even the worst of cases(?)https://t.co/C4wHZsLaeb

— rojun ▪ itu (@rojun_itu) March 24, 2018

http://twitter.com/rojun_itu/status/977635017861017601
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2 days ago
36 Signs You Pulled This Presentation Together at the Last Minute
36 Signs You Pulled This Presentation Together at the Last Minute https://t.co/eFgbzTL6pz #powerpoint via @thecooperreview (We LOLed)

— Presentation Guild (@presentguild) March 15, 2018

http://twitter.com/presentguild/status/974121358484439040
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2 days ago
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RT : If we use the same means to define contracts for remote systems interaction as we do for local code (e.g. Java inte…
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2 days ago
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If you think timezones are problematic, try doing without them
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2 days ago
Protocol aware recovery for consensus-based storage
"Most approaches employed by currently deployed systems... lead to disastrous outcomes such as data loss and availability" (when there are storage faults in the state machine replication system). Protocol aware recovery to the rescue... https://t.co/5UEbNM5rQL

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) February 27, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/968528664613867520
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3 days ago
The Evolution of Distributed Systems Management - Postmodern Sysadmin
The Evolution of Distributed Systems Management - Postmodern Sysadmin
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3 days ago
How to break a Monolith into Microservices
new post: Do you want to split a monolith into microservices? If so @zhamakd has been down that road and has lessons to sharehttps://t.co/Q8EflHgCZd

— Martin Fowler (@martinfowler) April 24, 2018

http://twitter.com/martinfowler/status/988781403520356357
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3 days ago
Summarising Elm scaling strategy
"Feldman's theme was to make things 'small enough to fit in our heads' but not introduce unnecessary complexity. Keep this goal in mind, and don't get caught up in thinking from other languages that may not be effective." https://t.co/ptKzZgU5Kh

— The Practical Dev (@ThePracticalDev) April 18, 2018

http://twitter.com/ThePracticalDev/status/986719321173962752
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3 days ago
Espresso: brewing Java for more non-volatility with non-volatile memory
What if your Java heap was backed by non-volatile memory so your objects were persistent? It would be like an object store with next to no translation. Espresso even makes it work with the JPA abstractions! https://t.co/sO8aMtLHqZ

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) April 25, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/989169665426575360
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3 days ago
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Oh my. This is fascinating and amazing... A totally practical approach to building a new kind of spell checker, jus…
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3 days ago
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A fantastic article (that I missed so far) about the impact of the GDPR to developer relations programs. A must rea…
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4 days ago
Microservices: Patterns and Antipatterns // Speaker Deck
Slides for my microservices patterns/antipatterns presentation can be found here
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5 days ago
Twitter
New blog post: How we used and HTTP feeds to create a Self-Contained System at Spreadshirt and which challe…
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Kubernetes is optimized for dynamic, stateless, distributed apps, which means it doesn't play well with traditional…
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5 days ago
Twitter
The latest version of the ThoughtWorks technology radar was published this morning. Now the the rush has died down,…
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6 days ago
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RT : My boss pulled up in his brand new BMW today and I couldn't help but admire it.

"Nice car," I said as he got out.…
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6 days ago
Blog @ tonsky.me
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7 days ago
An introduction to java.time
"An introduction to java.time" covers the essentials and sets you up to make good decisions with the API. Worth a read.https://t.co/9OzIYdKzgP

— Jake Wharton (@JakeWharton) April 24, 2018

http://twitter.com/JakeWharton/status/988627641963089922
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7 days ago
Measuring the many sizes of a Git repository
“A Git repo can be grossly oversized in many ways without actually using a lot of disk space.” git-sizer is a tool to compute various Git repo size metrics and warn you when your repos are getting too big https://t.co/m4BcSH8bPZ pic.twitter.com/2vrYQG1MM7

— John Arundel (@bitfield) April 25, 2018

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/989069509175726082
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7 days ago
Performance analysis of cloud applications
Google's methodology for performance analysis of high volume cloud services (e.g. Gmail), including a very cunning use of syscall stenography! (Who knew that was a thing??). https://t.co/VFatGrJKym

— Adrian Colyer (@adriancolyer) May 4, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/992431158733557761
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7 days ago
Cursor keys belong at the center of your keyboard
If you have to use a laptop keyboard, and you find using the arrow keys painful, you can easily fix it: https://t.co/Om08HZ77am

— Victor Savkin (@victorsavkin) May 12, 2018

http://twitter.com/victorsavkin/status/995439314715791360
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7 days ago
Never Write Your Own Database – Terry Crowley – Medium
“Building your own database means joining a mysterious cabal of wizards familiar with filesystem arcana including: when is a flush really a flush, what bizarre things virus checkers can do, when IO requests can be reordered, how sync engines work...” https://t.co/PNZGjF3JmZ

— John Arundel (@bitfield) May 13, 2018

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/995618911193362433
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7 days ago
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RT : I’m 5 foot 9 and I can’t follow simple instructions.
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7 days ago
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RT : to comply with GDPR, as of May 25th, I will no longer be remembering anybody’s name, face or personal details witho…
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7 days ago
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Thin jar () support in PWS ():

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7 days ago
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Thin jar () support in PWS ():

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7 days ago
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'Re-coding Black Mirror, Part 1'

The rise of emotion-aware conversational…
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7 days ago
Re-coding Black Mirror, Part I | the morning paper
'Re-coding Black Mirror, Part 1'

The rise of emotion-aware conversational…
themorningpaper  from twitter_favs
7 days ago
Twitter
“Building your own database means joining a mysterious cabal of wizards familiar with filesystem arcana including:…
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8 days ago
Twitter
RT : TIL that changing random stuff until your program works is "hacky" and "bad coding practice" but if you do it fast…
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9 days ago
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"Do you know what normal looks like?" Why do people sink so much time into staging, when they can't even tell if th…
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10 days ago
Understanding the Limitations of HTTPS
If your takeaway upon reading this post is “HTTPS doesn’t solve anything, so don’t bother using it!” you are mistaken, and you should read the post again until you understand why https://t.co/UeArLfHwVB pic.twitter.com/PnsnxAtc7g

— John Arundel (@bitfield) May 4, 2018

http://twitter.com/bitfield/status/992422126866042880
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12 days ago
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RT : Just received an email from a wealthy Nigerian Prince. He told me that he doesn’t have any fortune to share with me…
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"Photo-realistic single image super-resolution using a generative adversarial network" Ledig et al., arXiv'16…
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12 days ago
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RT : I have an idea for a data structure, hear me out.

A linked list where every node contains a hash of all the data i…
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12 days ago
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Lower the memory use of your CDI apps. See how it works and how to implement it.
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13 days ago
Slimming Down Your CDI Memory Footprint - DZone Performance
Lower the memory use of your CDI apps. See how it works and how to implement it.https://t.co/XRBqc2KIZ3 pic.twitter.com/avBmWeLLvP

— Java () May 8, 2018

http://twitter.com/java/status/993861328824602626
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13 days ago
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“when the part of our bodies that is responsible for how we perceive the world and ourselves is the same part of ou…
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14 days ago
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RT : Going into my teenage daughter's room is like a trip to IKEA. I went in for a look and came out with 6 cups, 3 plat…
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RT : Photographer Haukur Sigurðsson took this picture of cross country skiers that look like musical notes. And someone…
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Google's methodology for performance analysis of high volume cloud services (e.g. Gmail), including a very cunning…
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If your takeaway upon reading this post is “HTTPS doesn’t solve anything, so don’t bother using it!” you are mistak…
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Excited to learn that Google is now also joining the application operator effort. At Red Hat we released the Operat…
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18 days ago
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Retweeting so I can find this when I will have half an hour, it will be worth it!
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"NetChain: scale free sub-RTT coordination" Jin et al., NSDI'18

A super-f…
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21 days ago
NetChain: Scale-free sub-RTT coordination
"NetChain: scale free sub-RTT coordination" Jin et al., NSDI'18 https://t.co/2G9JGcRp54

A super-fast coordination service implemented inside programmable network switches!

— Adrian Colyer () April 30, 2018

http://twitter.com/adriancolyer/status/990855825597005824
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Fail-slow hardware problems can have huge impacts on performance and take months to diagnose and fix (for example,…
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With the introduction of Deployment Groups we have much more flexible instance model that can adapt to , elas…
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24 days ago
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24 days ago
Defeating Electron – Felix Rieseberg – Medium
a really good article explaining why Electron is here to stay for the foreseeable future https://t.co/EhgSxuxZv0

— Dmitri Sotnikov ⚛ () April 26, 2018

http://twitter.com/yogthos/status/989614020331220992
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What if your Java heap was backed by non-volatile memory so your objects were persistent? It would be like an objec…
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“A Git repo can be grossly oversized in many ways without actually using a lot of disk space.” git-sizer is a tool…
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