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ST06-004: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Online Trading

Original release date: April 07, 2011 | Last revised: February 06, 2013 Online trading can be an easy, cost-effective way to manage investments. However, online investors are often targets of scams, so take precautions to ensure that you do not become a victim. What is online trading?Online trading allows you to conduct investment transactions over the internet. The accessibility of the internet makes it possible for you to...

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Rails 3 Baby Steps – Part 4

Go here if you want to see an index for the entire series. In this post we are going to take a look at a typical CRUD controller in Rails. We will use a modified version of the controller generated by the command that we can in Part 3: rails g scaffold Baby name:string age:integer If we remember, this generated a ton of stuff for us (which can be good and bad), one of which was a controller called BabiesController. If you look in the...

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InterSystems to Launch Globals Database at JAX London

Get the inside scoop on Globals, the new database product from InterSystems. JAX London is just a few days away, and InterSystems have chosen to launch their new Globals product at the conference! Globals is a free database product that offers multi-dimensional array storage and a subset of Caché features. The first version of Globals is “Globals – for Java developers,” but other APIs...

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What's New in Scala IDE for Eclipse 2.0 Branch?

“The new compiler interface reflects what we learned about how Eclipse works.” The first beta of the Scala IDE for Eclipse 2.0.0 marks a big change for the project, being described as a “large departure from the initial code base” at the release announcement. Not only does it feature a completely revamped compiler interface but, in focusing on reliability and stability, not all the features...

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Judge in Oracle-Google case gets a lesson in Java

Lawyers for Oracle and Google gave the judge overseeing their Java patent dispute a tutorial on Wednesday that underscored the complexity of the case between the two companies.Judge William Alsup of the U.S. District Court in San Francisco was given an overview of Java and why it was invented, and an explanation of terms such as bytecode, compiler, class library and machine-readable code.[ Keep up with software development issues and...

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Monkey subclassing for fun and profit

Monkey subclassing is my own term for something that I wind up doing every so often, formed by analogy to monkey patching. Where monkey patching is changing the class itself, monkey subclassing is changing the class by subclassing it and then overriding internal method functions (generally undocumented ones, or at least ones not officially exposed as public interfaces). Monkey subclassing is different from regular subclassing in that I...

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Guest Blog: A Student’s iPad Experience

(This blog post was written by my teenaged son, Danny) I’ve been using the iPad in school since April 2010. Since I bought the iPad, I’ve probably gone through ten different note-taking apps, and four or five planners. So rather than dwell on each app and describe why I didn’t like them, I’ll just tell you my current system and along the way explain why the other apps didn’t work. Right now I use a total of four apps in my...