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Automate Java Dev Setup | IntelliJ | Maven | Cargo

You want to automate the provisioning of a Java Web (REST) development stack. We will employ Maven, IntelliJ, Cargo, Tomcat, Selinium on either a Windows or Linux platform. The resulting application must be buildable and runnable inside IntelliJ, by Jenkins, and on the Windows and Linux command lines. Provisioning a Stack for Java WebApp Development You can use Chocolatey to

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Install Tomcat on AWS Ubuntu and IDE

Install Tomcat on | Ubuntu | Windows | Amazon EC2 | Docker | Intellij | Jenkins To install Tomcat 7, Tomcat 8 and Tomcat 9 is a habitual task because Tomcat is synonymous with Java web application development. You install Apache Tomcat on a local Windows or Linux (Ubuntu) Server on the Amazon AWS cloud EC2 machines within Docker and

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How to Install OrientDB on Linux

OrientDB and Java OrientDB offers many advantages to Java software developers including the ability to run their applications inside the same Java Virtual Machine (JVM) as OrientDB. As no ORM (object-relational mapping) layer exists between your POJO classes and OrientDB’s object schema, there is no impedance mismatch to drag down productivity. The OrientDB Manual (in PDF Format) The OrientDB manual

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How to Install Nexus on Ubuntu 16.04

If you manage more than one JAVA module – you’ll need Nexus. Nexus works best alongside JAVA (.jar, .ear, .war) or Groovy or Scala software a Jenkins Continuous Integration Server (or Continuum or Hudson) a Maven or ANT or SBT or Gradle build management tool Before installing your Nexus repository – come see ours, in the flesh. see our Nexus

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Wiki vs WordPress – When and How to Use a Wiki

When should you use a wiki? And when is WordPress the better tool for managing content? MediaWiki vs WordPress MediaWiki and WordPress both manage content and that’s where the similarity starts and ends. WordPress – One Post One Owner In WordPress one person writes a post, another may edit and publish it, and even more others can critique it with

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7 Things Hackers Want | What Motivates Hackers | Hack Advice

Awareness of what motivates hackers is half the job. Hackers aren’t Robin Hood types liberating government secrets and redistributing wealth. They mostly go after small sites, and clouds don’t help. Google Analytics is a Target Google Analytics is a big target for hackers simply due to the number of eyeballs on it from small website developers and owners. The basic

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