My fellow about:virtualization contributor Eric Wright joins me in our on-going "Devs from Venus, Ops from Mars" series with his unique Ops perspective as informed by the Meatloaf classic "Paradise by the Dashboard Light."
This post will discuss a technique to reduce the burden garbage collection pauses put on the latency of your application. There are applications out there which have gotten rid of the constly Full GC events. Getting rid of major GC events is truly a complex exercise, but reducing the frequency of those long pauses is something every deployment can achieve.
This week, DZone released its latest Refcard:
This week, DZone released its latest Refcard: 13 Things Every C# Developer Should Know. If you're interested in learning more about C# or sharpening your skills, we decided to dig into the DZone archives and find some of the most popular posts we've had on the topic.
Welcome to the final article in a series on my experience developing services with Apache Camel. I learned how to implement CXF endpoints using its Java DSL, made sure everything worked with its testing framework and integrated Spring Boot for external configuration. For previous articles, please see the following:
[This article was written by Mark van Holsteijn.]Docker reached production status a few months ago. But having the
container technology alone is not enough. You need a complete platform
infrastructure before you can deploy your docker application in
production. Amazon AWS offers exactly that: a production quality
platform that offers capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and
Back in the old days when the need for localized string arose, I would add a new string and use AppResources to access the correct string in code.In Windows Phone application (known today as Windows Phone Silverlight 8.0/8.1) I would do something like this:public void SomeMethod()
var localizedString1 = AppResources.MyFirstSring;
var localizedString2 =...