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[377] How to do Indexing in MongoDB with Elastic Search? Part 2
The second part of our article on indexing in MongoDB with Elastic Search. This time we will look at Elastic Search.

[383] How to incrementally migrate the data from RDBMS to Hadoop using Sqoop Incremental Last Modified technique?
In this project we have faced this issue that we need to migrate the data from RDBMS to Hadoop incrementally.

[370] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Comparing the performance of persisting entities
The last article in our series on object-relational mapping using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA.

[375] How to store data on browser using NoSQL IndexedDB?
IndexedDB is а lаrge-sсаle, NоSQL stоrаge system. It lets yоu stоre just аbоut аnything in the user’s brоwser. In аdditiоn tо the usuаl seаrсh, get, аnd рut асtiоns, IndexedDB аlsо suрроrts trаnsасtiоns.

[376] How to do Indexing in MongoDB with Elastic Search? Part 1
Nоwаdаys it’s very соmmоn tо hаve а seаrсh feаture in аny website оr арр. This usuаlly hаррens with рlаtfоrms thаt hаve lоts оf infоrmаtiоn tо оffer tо their users.

[363] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Switching between JP and Hibernate
Another article in our series. In this one we talk about switching between JP and Hibernate.

[365] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Persistence with Spring Data JPA
We're continuing our series on Object-relational Mapping Using JPA Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Happy reading.

[368] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Comparing the approaches of persisting entities
We're continuing our series on Object-relational Mapping Using JPA Hibernate and Spring Data JPA This time we look at comparing the approaches of persisting entities.

[356] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA
In this article series we will set JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA face to face, compare and contrast them.

[359] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Persistence with JPA
The second part of our article series on Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. This time we look at persistence with JPA.

[361] Object-relational Mapping Using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. Native Hibernate configuration
We're continuing our series on object-relational mapping using JPA, Hibernate and Spring Data JPA. This time we look at native hibernate configuration.

[349] Efficient Spring Data REST development
In our webinar we showed you how to efficiently build a Spring Data REST application. From its initial creation, introducing the usage of ETags to optimizing the server access through caching and conditional requests.

[353] New trainings, new skills to develop
We’ve developed and added new trainings dedicated to professionals working in the IT&C industry, to our portfolio.

[330] How to get your ECBA™ certification. Webinar recording
Are you preparing for the ECBA certification or thinking about taking the exam? Our webinar provides everything you need to know about it.

[336] Reactive Programming in Java: How, Why, and Is It Worth Doing? Node.js
In this article of our reactive programming in Java series we look at Node.js.

[337] ORM with JPA, Hibernate, and Spring Data JPA. Webinar recording
Check out the recording of our Object-relational Mapping with JPA, Hibernate, and Spring Data JPA webinar.

[322] Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 4
The fourth part of our article on Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Happy reading.

[324] Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 5
The fifth part of our article on Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Happy reading.

[326] Risk Based Prioritization Approach – The Way to Provide maximum value in a short time frame
Risk Based Prioritization is a fundamental step in the quest of providing maximum value in a short time frame. It actually streamlines your entire software development process, if done religiously and effectively.

[327] Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 6
The last article in our series on Behavior Driven Development with JUnit 5.

[313] Test Driven Development with JUnit 5. Part 4
The fourth part of our article on Test Driven Development with JUnit 5. This time we continue with refactoring the flight-management application.

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