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Building a MapReduce Application with Hadoop
By Steven Haines
Jan 16, 2013
In the second article in this series on Java programming and Hadoop, Java programming expert Steven Haines explains what a MapReduce application is and how to build a simple one.
Big Data Analysis with MapReduce and Hadoop
By Steven Haines
Jan 9, 2013
Steven Haines presents an overview of Hadoop’s architecture and demonstrates, from a high-level, how to build a MapReduce application.
Laying Out Controls in Android Containers
By B.M. Harwani
Jan 2, 2013
This chapter show how to lay out controls for different orientations as well as apply attributes such as Orientation, Height, Width, Padding, Weight, and Gravity to arrange the controls and their content.
Working with Interfaces and Inner Classes in Java
By Gary Cornell, Cay S. Horstmann
Dec 20, 2012
This chapter shows you several advanced techniques that are commonly used. Despite their less obvious nature, you will need to master them to complete your Java tool chest.
Programming Voice Commands for Android
By Jesse Smith
Nov 7, 2012
Jesse Smith shows you the easy way to get started with programming voice commands for your phone.
Overcoming Android's Problems with JDK 7, Part 2
By Jeff Friesen
Nov 5, 2012
Java expert Jeff Friesen completes a two-part series about the problems of developing Android apps with JDK 7. Part 2 focuses on supporting Java 7-specific language features.
The Basics of Android Programming
By Jesse Smith
Oct 31, 2012
Programming expert Jesse Smith shows the easy way to get started with the Android SDK for creating Android mobile applications.
Overcoming Android's Problems with JDK 7, Part 1
By Jeff Friesen
Oct 29, 2012
Java expert Jeff Friesen launches a two-part series that presents solutions to the problems of using JDK 7 to develop Android apps. Part 1 focuses on JAR library creation and release mode APK signing problems.
Introducing Java 8 Lambda Expressions
By Steven Haines
Oct 9, 2012
Steve Haines reviews Java 8's lambda expressions JSR and presents some hands-on examples using a prototype implementation packaged in an early release of Java 8.
Exploring jQuery Selectors, Part 3
By Jeff Friesen
Sep 18, 2012
Developer Jeff Friesen concludes his series on JQuery's selectors by exploring filter, extension, and custom selectors.
Exploring jQuery Selectors, Part 2
By Jeff Friesen
Sep 11, 2012
Jeff Friesen continues his exploration of selectors by focusing on jQuery's form and attribute selector categories.
Exploring jQuery Selectors, Part 1
By Jeff Friesen
Sep 4, 2012
In the first of a 3-part series, developer Jeff Friesen defines jQuery's selectors, presents some generic syntax for working with them, and takes you on a tour of jQuery's basic and hierarchy selectors.
Working with Objects in Java
By Rogers Cadenhead
Sep 3, 2012
This chapter shows how to deal with Java objects as well as how to cast objects from one class to another.
Google Nexus 7 Review - An Android Developer's Perspective
By Shane Conder, Lauren Darcey
Aug 6, 2012
Shane Conder and Lauren Darcey explain how developers should be ready for the Nexus 7.
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) for Developers
By Shane Conder, Lauren Darcey
Jul 31, 2012
Lauren Darcy and Shane Conder help you become familiar with the new Android 4.1 tools and SDK features.
Get Started Using Spring MVC and Hibernate for Your Java EE Applications
By Jesse Smith
Jun 5, 2012
Programming expert Jesse Smith shows the easy way to get started with the popular Spring MVC framework with Hibernate. Learn how to build a simple application with a registration page.
End-to-End JPA Collections with MySQL, Part 2
By Stephen B. Morris
May 1, 2012
Stephen Morris provides simple, end-to-end working code illustrating how to modify JPA collection code. Also, the area of MySQL stored procedures is looked at, using some simple examples in this the concluding part of a two-part series.
End-to-End JPA Collections with MySQL, Part 1
By Stephen B. Morris
Apr 30, 2012
Having difficulty getting your JPA collection code up and running? Stephen Morris demonstrates an end-to-end, working example of a JPA collection in this first part of a two-part series.
Java Application Architecture: Architecture and Modularity
By Kirk Knoernschild
Apr 11, 2012
Modularity plays an important role in software architecture. It fills a gap that has existed since we began developing enterprise software systems in Java. This chapter discusses that gap and explores how modularity is an important intermediary technology that fills that gap.
Introduction to Java Application Architecture: Modularity Patterns with Examples Using OSGi
By Kirk Knoernschild
Apr 10, 2012
Kirk Knoernschild introduces his book, where he explains that whether you’re using Java or .NET, OSGi, or Jigsaw or you want to build more modular software, the patterns in this book help you do that.

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