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Erich Styger06/15/13
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Eclipse Problems View: Only Show Problems for Project

Having many projects open the same time, and working on them in parallel is a challenge. Ok, the human brain is not built for multitasking, but I still try ;-) . What I typically I end up in my Eclipse Problems View to have entries from multiple projects mixed up:

Mark Cloudeways06/11/13
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The Features & Advantages of PHP Cloud Hosting

PHP is one of the most popular programming languages when it comes to developing websites and applications due to its open source nature.

Ekkehard Gentz06/10/13
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? One Device Only

Working on a mobile app for Service Car Management. Goal: easy to use, one device to rule them all, some customers will have own servers, smaller ones want to avoid IT overhead, so the solution should work with / without extra servers.

Michael Muller06/01/13
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Code Quality Tooling: Pure Player vs All-in-One?

Should we deploy a unique tool that is able to manage a wide variety of technologies and quality domains, or do we need a “pure player” tool dedicated to each technology’s specificities?

Blaise Doughan05/29/13
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EclipseLink 2.5 Release Available for Download

On behalf of the MOXy JAXB committers (great job by all), I am very proud to announce that EclipseLink 2.5 has been released and is available for download. In this post I will summarize what is new in the MOXy component.

Ankur Sharma05/26/13
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Did My Plug-in Load?

One of the most frequent question I get asked is 'How to check if my plug-in is getting picked up properly?' The easiest way to verify is by using Host OSGi Console.

Samidip Basu05/20/13
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It Pays to Do Community ...

It takes effort, persistence & contributions from a lot of folks to build a truly rewarding developer community that benefits everyone involved. This will be a quick post thanking several people that I truly respect & enjoy working with, along with thoughts on running a technical User Group.

Mitch Pronschinske05/07/13
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How to Create a Web Service Using Java, Eclipse, and Tomcat

This tutorial runs through a method for building a Java web service in Eclipse using Apache Tomcat and Apache Axis. The process takes under ten minutes.

Mitch Pronschinske04/30/13
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Java EE 7 Approved!

Java EE 7 is officially done as of this week. Linda DeMichiel just announced on the Oracle blog that the Java EE 7 Platform JSR, as well as the more compact Web Profile JSR for this EE version, have both been approved by the Java Community Process.

Dan Haywood04/30/13
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m2eclipse Doxia editor

Just rebuilding Eclipse and thought I’d upgrade to the latest version of m2eclipse. However, it would seem like the latest version has dropped support for the Doxia editor (used for editing APT files)

Jim Bird04/22/13
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Architecture-Breaking Bugs – when a Dreamliner Becomes a Nightmare

The history of computer systems is also the history of bugs, including epic, disastrous bugs that have caused millions of $ in damage and destruction and even death, as well as many other less spectacular but expensive system and project failures.

Blaise Doughan04/21/13
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Customizing EclipseLink JPA-RS Messages with MOXy

Since JPA-RS leverages MOXy for its XML and JSON binding we can use MOXy to customize the messages. In this post I will demonstrate how this is done.

Blaise Doughan04/20/13
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Introducing EclipseLink JPA-RS

EclipseLink contains a component called JPA-RS that can be used to easily and automatically expose a persistence unit as RESTful service (that supports XML and JSON messages).

Erich Styger04/20/13
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Show it Again! (How to Re-enable Hidden Dialogs in Eclipse)

Eclipse has a nice feature to ‘shut up’ dialogs: In many dialogs I can select an option so that dialog does not show up again:

Nick Johnson04/16/13
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Algorithm of the Week: Fountain Codes (from "Damn Cool Algorithms")

Today's subject is Fountain Codes, otherwise known as "rateless codes". A fountain code is a way to take some data - a file, for example - and transform it into an effectively unlimited number of encoded chunks, such that you can reassemble the original file given any subset of those chunks...