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Get The JavaEE 7 Developer Handbook as a Packt Pub 2000 BOGOF

24 March 2014 Comments off

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Packt Publishing have launched a campaign to coincide with the release of their 2000th title. As a Packt Pub author, I can inform you, the reader, this is a superb chance to get your copy of the Java EE 7 Developer Handbook (eBook) for free, or you can get another title free. Hurry up now, […]

Code Anything At Will

25 August 2012 2 comments

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In this entry, I am handing over the natural keyboard to you. Don’t be afraid. Don’t fret. There is absolutely nothing to be worried about. Just take it and code something wonderful. Code something beautiful, mega-gorgeous, substantial. How about something profound, something that inspires you? Completely tear it up whilst you are in the zone, […]

Musical Heroes of the Last Evening of the Java Performance Tuning Course

18 September 2011 Comments off

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We were five students of Kirk Pepperdine’s Java Performance Tuning Course, which took place in September 2011 near Chania, Crete. We were amazed to find out that we were actually three guitarist, one harmonica player and a supporter. We had spontaneous fun on the area of the living room reserved for musical instruments. I was […]

Benefits of Good Communication

17 May 2011 Comments off

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This article is sponsored by TLC Powertalk and written by Peter Pilgrim   Presentation Courses, 121 Communication Training, Personal Impact, Speaker, NLP Skills Visit https://www.tlcpowertalk.com/   If you have one member in a SCRUM team that is not an effective communicator than your team is performing sub optimally. The benefits of good communication are important […]

Cuke-Up Some Cucumbers

23 March 2011 Comments off

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You have probably guessed correctly. That’s right! I will be making a personal appearance at Skills Matter tomorrow for Cuke-Up, which is the one day conference about Cucumber BDD (Behaviour Driven Development) tool. Why am I investing time learning about Ruby testing tool? Well the answer is that many of Ruby’s goodness including RSpec have […]

Dead Market, Minds Full of Hate

22 March 2011 1 comment

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The market is dead. The brief flurry of activity in January and February is at an end. There is truly not a lot going on out there. I seem to have attracted some haters out there. Because I have been pushing Beyond Java, looking at innovation beyond Java the programming language, many folk seem to […]

QCon London 2011 Experiences and Community

12 March 2011 Comments off

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Today, I feel humbled to experience another QCon London conference. It is the fourth time I have been involved, and I consider it the biggest event in my home town. What were my favourite events and happenings at QCon? Meeting with the people and having inspired conservations about technology Meeting Wendy Devolder of SkillsMatter and […]

The Java Posse Round Up 2011

03 March 2011 Comments off

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The things I enjoyed about this year’s open space conference. Just the enthusiasm and the luck of the draw about being there again. It was heart warming and uplifting to be part of the action Meeting this year’s new people Getting reacquainted with the previous JPR11 attendees Diane Marsh’s Scala Koans Sitting on Bruce Eckel’s […]

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