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Logstash Tutorial: Using Logstash to Streamline Email Notifications

by Jurgens du Toit

Toptal engineer Jurgens du Toit looks at the possibility of using Logstash to regain control of your inbox and make your error emails manageable again, all without changing a single thing in your app. Logstash can effectively leverage the power of Elasticsearch and Amazon SNS to streamline email notifications and save time.

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Building Business Rules Engines with Drools - Power to the SMEople

by Jeff Marin

A business rules engine is a tool for executing business rules. Business rules are composed of facts and conditional statements. Any “if-then” statement that appears in traditional business logic qualifies as a business rule.

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How GWT Unlocks Augmented Reality in Your Browser

by Alberto Mancini

In our previous post on the GWT Web Toolkit, we discussed the strengths and characteristics of GWT to mix Java and JavaScript libraries seamlessly in the browser. In today's post, we would like to go a little deeper and see the GWT Toolkit in action. We'll demonstrate how we can take advantage of GWT to build a peculiar application: an augmented reality web application that runs in real time, fully in JavaScript, in the browser. We'll focus on how GWT gives us the ability to interact easily with many JavaScript APIs, such as WebRTC and WebGL, and allows us to harness a large Java library, NyARToolkit, never intended to be used in the browser.

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How does Shazam work? Music Recognition Algorithms, Fingerprinting, and Processing

by Jovan Jovanovic

You hear a familiar song in the club or the restaurant. You listened to this song a thousand times long ago, and the sentimentality of the song really touches your heart. You desperately want to heart it tomorrow, but you can't remember its name! Fortunately, in our amazing futuristic world, you have a phone with music recognition software installed, and you are saved. But how does this really work? Shazam's algorithm was revealed to world in 2003. In this article we'll go over the fundamentals of that algorithm.

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Advanced Java Class Tutorial: A Guide to Class Reloading

by Lê Anh Quân

In Java development, a typical workflow involves restarting the server with every class change, and no one complains about it. But is Java class reloading that difficult to achieve? And could that problem be both challenging and exciting to solve? In this article, I will try to address the problem, help you gain all the benefits of on-the-fly class reloading, and boost your productivity immensely.

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Tips for Developing an Android App: My Lessons Learned

by Ivan Dimoski

This article provides an overview on building a great Android application, from defining an idea to releasing an application to the store. Toptal developer Ivan Dimoski gives us a chance to learn from his experience in making Ooshies, an Android Live Wallpaper designed to give you a hug and make you feel loved each time you interact with your Android device.

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Top 10 Most Common Mistakes That Android Developers Make: A Programming Tutorial

by Ivan Dimoski

There are thousands of different Android powered devices, with different screen sizes, chip architectures, hardware configurations, and software versions. Unfortunately, segmentation is the price to pay for openness, and there are thousands ways your app can fail on different devices. Regardless of such huge segmentation, the majority of bugs are actually introduced because of logic errors. These bugs are easily prevented, as long as we get the basics right! Here's a quick rundown of the 10 most common mistakes Android developers make.

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A Tutorial for Aspiring Google Glass Developers: Building Your First Glass App

by Demir Selmanovic

Google Glass promises to revolutionize how we use our devices to interact with the world. But from a developer's standpoint, what is so special about developing for the Glass? You'll be glad to know that the answer is "Nothing!" Here's a step-by-step tutorial that walks you through developing your first Google Glass app.

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Scala vs. Java: Why Should I Learn Scala?

by Matt Hicks

The popularity and usage of Scala is rapidly on the rise, as evidenced by the ever-increasing number of open positions for Scala developers. In this article, Toptal engineer Matt Hicks introduces you to the power and capabilities of the Scala language.

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