Geek Reading March 20, 2015
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Seth Godin leads us off with a good post on the difference between commitment and technique. Obviously, this applies to almost all parts of life, you can have the proper technique, but without commitment, you will not be as successful as you could be. Techipedia, the home of Tamar Weinberg, has a similar topic today regarding your work ethic in the changing work environment.
As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.
- The difference between commitment and technique | Seth Godin
Career and Process
- Excuses For Not Testing | Javalobby
- Package by Component and New Architecturally-Aligned Names for Our Testing | Architects Zone
- Validating XML Against XSD(s) in Java | Inspired by Actual Events
- Making Refactoring Work | Building Real Software
- Creating Millions of Objects with Zero Garbage | Java Code Geeks
AI, Machine Learning, Research and Advanced Algorithms
- Continuous Bayes | Sidhant Godiwala’s Blog
- Using naive bayes to predict movie review sentiment | Dataquest Blog
Big Data, Visualization, SQL and NoSQL
- 3-D chart for economy’s future | Flowing Data
Infrastructure, Operations and DevOps
- The Top Four Things Every Startup Should Monitor | Javalobby
- Netty: A Different Kind of Web(Socket) Server | Java Code Geeks
Security, Encryption and Cryptography
- Security Concerns for Legacy Systems | Javalobby
IaaS, PaaS, Saas and *aas
- In the Cloud, Virtualization is an Implementation Detail | Javalobby
- Leverage the power of log data to drive decisions through Google Cloud Logging | Google Cloud Platform
- Start Using Landsat on AWS | AWS Official Blog
- Dew Drop – March 19, 2015 (#1977) | Morning Dew
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