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Liferay Migration from 6.1 EE to 6.2 EE Made (Relatively) Painless

Software Development, Software Solutions

By Robert Hall

Introduction

When using a portal platform/app server such as Liferay, major version upgrades are a periodic fact of life. Having a set of standard steps to follow in migrating from one version to another[...]

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Using Dynamically Generated Enumerations

Software Development, Spring, Java

By Justin Freeman

In one of my earlier engagements at a medical company, we came across a problem I’m sure a lot of people have run up against: an application with lots of static data stored in the database. This could[...]

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Streamlining Your Java Development Setup with the Tomcat Maven Plugin

Software Development, Software Solutions, Java

By Scott Smith

Tomcat Maven Plugin

I'm one of those people who feels that if there are more than 3 steps in setting up a project, there's more work to do. I remember one place I worked at started out with a one week[...]

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The Relevance of Supporting IE8 (Like it or not!)

Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

*Apologies to Opera users, you used to be on the list but the market share was too low to target Opera specifically.
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Don't Break the Chain: How to Get Things Done in Development & Design

Development Process, Culture

By David Wierbiki

Taking Notes & Reminders

If you aren't taking notes, you’re doing it wrong! Write everything down, either by hand or digital device. I keep a number of Moleskin™s of different sizes and flavors for[...]

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Telecommuting in Today's World

Development Process, Culture, Project Management

By Justin Freeman

Here at Isos Technology, one of the most important tools we use in our developmental engagements is Telecommuting. Most developers these days don’t work in 8AM-5PM blocks. Our consultants both need[...]

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part Two

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

We finished up our last post having a rather lame Facebook application. Now we'll use RestFB to do something more interesting for our users.

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part One

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

In a few short steps, we're going to create a minimally viable Facebook Canvas application using Spring Tool Suite (STS) and Spring Roo.

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Atlassian REST APIs and Building a REST Plugin for Confluence

Confluence, Atlassian, Atlassian Tools, Software Solutions

By Robert Hall

Atlassian provides its products such as Jira, Confluence, and Crowd with useful REST APIs for tapping into the content and data of Atlassian products from external programs and scripts, augmenting [...]

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