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How To Be MEAN: Let's Be DEAN

Ted Neward. MSDN Magazine. 2016-07-01.
Welcome back again, MEANers. Or, rather, for this month, “DEAN”ers.
One of the things that makes conversations and architecture around the MEAN stack so compelling is that the MEAN stack is intrinsically flexible—you can replace components of the stack with other, more-or-less-equivalent parts and create a new stack that can address corporate/business needs without surrendering the essence of the architecture. 37 more words


MongoDB vs. Azure DocumentDB

David Green. Simple Talk. 2015-04-21.
If you are familiar with MongoDB you may be wondering how Azure’s DocumentDB service compares. In this article David Green gives us a look. 26 more words


Introduction to DocumentDB: A NoSQL JSON Database

Mimi Gentz. Mcrosoft Azure. 2016-07-01
Azure DocumentDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service built for fast and predictable performance, high availability, automatic scaling, global distribution, and ease of development. 37 more words


FHIR, The Big Bits

Fast Health Interoperability Resources or FHIR (pronounced “fire”) is a relative newcomer in Health IT, and the latest generation of HL7 standards. It is also somewhat unusual in that it is being made available free of charge, and is being developed through an open process in this post I explore a few of the main concepts underlying FHIR (the “big bits”), and why it is perhaps different from its predecessors. 479 more words

Health IT

Efficiently Transforming JDBC Query Results to JSON

A lot of enterprise data is stored in relational databases and accessed via SQL queries. Many web services are little more than HTTP-based wrappers around such queries. 946 more words

JSON-B test drive using JAX-RS

This is a quick post about JSON-B specification which is due in Java EE 8. It’s main purposes are

  • Provide JSON binding i.e. marshalling and un-marshalling to and from Java objects…
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Java EE

Car Blog

A Simple car blog application built with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript and JQuery.

The database used to store the blog entries is SQLite 3.

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