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The book seems to talk about Math for transformation in 2D, 3D and Math for linear regression.
But the topic of light tracing (to impart realism in game programming) seems conspicuously missing.
Is this subsumed under transformation somehow?

Thanks,

R
3 days ago

I am running an application on JRE8 JVM. The application defines a sizeable number of lambdas.
I am also augmenting the functionality with Clojure based reporting functions.

It would be ideal for me to simply reuse the lambdas defined in my Java8 source as closures in
Clojure.

How do I accomplish this? If I cannot do this, I would have do unfortunately redefine the lambdas as
Clojure closures.

Regards,

/Kobe
5 years ago

My application comprises a number of modules (web, business tier, data tier and so forth). In each such partition I have multiple components.
Distinct groups work on these components independently.

Could Spring Boot be used to bootstrap a component (say, a web service) alone, as opposed to the whole application?

Regards,

/Kobe
5 years ago

I plan to host a service on AWS to assist medical professionals. For resilience I plan to distribute this service over multiple availability zones.
I understand that HIPPA constrains the geographical location where patient data can be held, depending on the area of residence of the
patient.

Could you shed light on how I can stay clear of HIPPA violations in standing up such a service?

Regards

Rohan
5 years ago
I am used to crafting contract-first REST interfaces using Spring MVC. With CXF, I understand that its a full-stack REST framework supporting both
contract first and implementation first approaches.

Is there an advantage to integrating Spring MVC with CXF in designing a REST service? Does Spring MVC add a value to CXF?

Regards,

/Kobe
5 years ago

I may have to use both - but I do want my client applications to not know about the difference.
Is there a difference?

thanks,

rk


We use JMeter for testing our webapps and we have had a measure of success with it.
When I migrated to web sockets (Socket.IO), I found that my JMeter scripts would fail
at session setup. Is this problem well known? Is there a well known issue of JMeter session
setup with web sockets?

thanks,

rk
7 years ago


We have a 3-tier JEE application running on WebSphere. Our mid term goal is to migrate to WebSockets on Tomcat8
and then eventually (for better scaling) to Node.js

How could I develop my client-side components so as to be common across Java websockets and Socket.IO web sockets?
Would a client compatible with JSR356 work without changes with Socket.IO? What are the differences to watch out for?
Do I need to keep my client carefully insulated from nuances of JSR356 that may not apply to Socket.IO?

Thanks,

rk
Hello..

A purpose for data mining is capacity planning. we would like to approximate parameters
and be able to identify (based on current trends) what the result might have been.
Does Mondrian have such a capability (or at least a way to plugin such a capability)?

thanks,

rk
7 years ago
I see Groovy as a significant improvement on Java, not merely because it adds syntactic sugar
and new language constructs (closures); but because in summary it makes it so much easier to
experiment with and cement a piece of code.

The thing that frustrates me is the Maven configuration of a mixed Java/Groovy projects.
Intuitively, I would segregate groovy and java artifacts into src/main/{java | groovy}.
Groovy best practices suggest otherwise: that I should treat a mixed Java/Groovy Maven project
simply as a groovy project. I am not comfortable mixing Java and groovy sources merely because
I have distinct developers handling groovy and Java.

What would you suggest?

Thanks,

rk
7 years ago
With Java, I have code coverage tools such as Clover. When I mix Java and Groovy, does the ability to measure test coverage suffer?
Are the topics relatiing Groovy and software engineering covered in the book?

thanks,

rk
7 years ago
JDK5 defined high level synchronizers based on common patterns of concurrency (cyclic barrier, latches, producer-consumer, etc) that
obviated the need to implement concurrency using low level thread-based primitives. The book mentions none of these constructs.
Have these not changed/been enhanced in JDK7?

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