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Happy birthday Commodore 64

"Holly Crap, how old am I? I just became 30 this year! I have no wife, no money, but still many fans and people who love me, even if there are other good-looking and rich guys around". Commodore 64 could probably say this if he was a human being.…

The 7 ground rules of communication to became a good Manager

As a Manager you have to cope with people. This is your daily bread. The way you communicate with others can be a key to either your success or failure. People tend to block themselves, refuse to cooperate when their Manager talks to them in…

Quick start with method caching using Spring 3.1 and Ehcache

A while ago I wrote about method caching in Java using Ehcache Annotations for Spring. However, Spring 3.1 release, among many enhancements, brings native support for method caching with so-called cache abstraction. The main usage scenario of…
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How Personas can help you clear the fog

Just imagine yourself taking part in a lively discussion at some birthday party. Everybody is telling great stories about recent holidays. We ask some polite questions and at least pretend to share the same excitement. What's wrong with it?…
Storing credentials in database with a separate database model

How to NOT store user credentials in a database

Sometimes you need to create an application with your own role and user management module. In most cases you are creating it in a simple and understandable way. That way the user information with a password is stored in the database in the same…
Storing credentials in database with a separate database model

HTML5 empire is coming

The IT Market is amazing. Even when starting a college, you never know what to expect when you finish it. Which technology will be the most popular? What kind of knowledge will give you the opportunity to find a job quickly and easily? You have…