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Payara Cloud Automates Jakarta EE Deployments to Kubernetes

Payara introduced Payara Cloud, a serverless solution for Jakarta EE applications, which manages the infrastructure configuration and creation. It allows developers to focus on creating and configuring the application before pushing the application WAR file to the cloud. Payara Cloud provides the Jakarta EE Runtime, SSL/TLS certificates, monitoring and automatic scaling of the application’s Kubernetes …

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Why is Appium Preferred Over Other Mobile App Test Automation Tools? – Java Code Geeks

Has a thought ever struck you about why people choose Appium over other mobile app test automation tools? If you still wonder, come to us! Mobile automation testing has become a crucial aspect of a robust procedure of mobile software development, testifying that the entire procedure will generate top-quality solutions while adhering to the exact …

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SK hynix Reveals DDR5 MCR DIMM, Up to DDR5-8000 Speeds for HPC

One of the world’s biggest semiconductors and manufacturers of DRAM, SK hynix, has unveiled it has working samples of a new generation of memory modules designed for HPC and servers. Dubbed Multiplexer Combined Ranks (MCR) DIMMs, the technology allows high-end server DIMMs to operate at a minimum data rate of 8 Gbps, which is an …

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Dyson’s Dorky Zone Headphones Arrive In January To Purify The Air And Clean Out Your Wallet

Dyson is actually launching the crazy-looking noise cancellation headphones with a built-in air purifier that was previewed to the public back in March of this year. Be prepared to empty out your wallet for one and possibly be shunned by the rest of society. The Dyson concept (also called the Zone) is going to see …

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The MSI MEG Ai1300P PCIE5 1300W PSU Review: The ATX 3.0 Era Has Begun

Just under a year since the specification was first announced, the ATX 3.0 era for power supplies is now underway. The updated version of the Intel-maintained specification introduced several notable changes to PC power supply designs, most notably the introduction of the 600 Watt-capable 12VHPWR connector and associated cabling. Altogether, ATX 3.0 is designed to …

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How to get the best of both jOOQ and native SQL worlds

A frequently encountered doubt people have when using jOOQ is to decide when a “complex” query should be written using jOOQ API vs. when it should be implemented using native SQL. The jOOQ manual is full of side by side examples of the same query, eg Using jOOQ: ctx.select(AUTHOR.FIRST_NAME, AUTHOR.LAST_NAME, count()) .from(AUTHOR) .join(BOOK).on(AUTHOR.ID.eq(BOOK.AUTHOR_ID)) .groupBy(AUTHOR.ID, AUTHOR.FIRST_NAME, …

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Java 20: A Sneak Peek on the Panama FFM API (Second Preview) – Java Code Geeks

The new JEP 434 has just seen daylight and describes the second preview of the “Foreign Function & Memory API” (or FFM for short) which is going to be incorporated in the upcoming Java 20 release! In this article, we will take a closer look at some of the improvements made from the first preview …

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