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Exploring JEST: Java HTTP REST Client

Elasticsearch is a real-time distributed and open source full-text search and analytics engine. To integrate Elasticsearch to our application, we need to use an API. Elasticsearch gives us two ways, REST APIs, and Native clients. It’s easy to get confused … Continue reading

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Java High-Level REST Client – Elasticsearch

Elasticsearch is an open-source, highly scalable full-text search and analytics engine. Using this, you can easily store, search, and analyze a large amount of data in real time. Java REST client is the official client for Elasticsearch which comes in … Continue reading

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APIGEE-EDGE: Playing With The Policies(Part1).

  Hi all, In one of my previous blogs, I discussed Apigee, what it is and why is it required? We also discussed the various features and benefits of having Apigee. We saw how to deploy a proxy through the … Continue reading

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Back2Basics: For Expression Served From Scala Magic Box – I.

In Scala, lots of the things are kind of a magic for Java developers. Sometimes this magic amazes the code but sometimes it has ruined the developer’s life. Today we are going to discuss one of the magic called “For … Continue reading

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Back2Basics: Pass-By-Name and HOF in Scala argue as a Husband And Wife.

Scala has lots of features and one of the features always confused me called “pass-by-name” argument.  For me pass by name is same as “higher-order-function” but different from just syntax otherwise everything is same. While googling out for their difference, I … Continue reading

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“Feature Flags and LaunchDarkly”- what, why and how?

In this blog, I am going to discuss: Feature-Flags. How to start working with Feature Flags. LaunchDarkly. Optimizing Feature-Flag full potential and power with LaunchDarkly. So let’s start with an overview of what a feature flag is and its uses. … Continue reading

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Back2Basics: Do you know Scala Eta-Expansion and HOF Chemistry?

I am working on Scala from last 2 years, and pretty confident about Scala concept like HOF, Currying and more. But Recently again looking into the HOF (Higher Order Functions) in Scala. I am pretty confident, HOF is “Passed a … Continue reading

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Cool Breeze of Scala for Easy Computation: Introduction to Breeze Library

Mathematics is a core part of machine learning and to dive deep into machine learning one should possess basic knowledge of mathematics concepts but when you start developing algorithms, mathematics can be a real pain. Thankfully we have some awesome … Continue reading

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Developers Needs SDKMAN Not Super-Man

Every developer has pain for setup development environment to his/her machine with lots of the setups. Sometimes, the pain goes beyond while we need to test same application on multiple versions of SDKs or virtual machines. If you are a … Continue reading

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Knolders review of #venkat_50_50_tour at #DelhiJUG17 meetup

Dr. Venkat Subramaniam celebrates his 50th anniversary with distributing his smiles throughout the world’s Java User Groups (JUG) meetups, conferences, and events. Recently, he was in India and Delhi-NCR Java User Group organized one stop meetup for him. Needless to say, core to our … Continue reading

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