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Simplifying Null Check in Java

To avoid null exceptions, we usually validate against null and emptiness as shown: if(object != null && !object.equals(“”)) {} We

Automation of Tasks

Automation of tasks is a good concept. Consider the example below in which you create a task and schedule it

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Extract Faces Using Amazon Rekognition

AmazonRekognitionClient amazonRekognitionClient = new AmazonRekognitionClient(Amazon.RegionEndpoint.);byte[] imageData = System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(inputImageFile);DetectFacesRequest facesRequest =

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Increased hacking, phishing schemes, and costly ransomware events have pushed multi-factor authentication into the category of "must-have."

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Has ‘Graduated’ to Must-Have

The internet is a vast and powerful place. It is constantly fueling innovation and bringing the world together. Even so, cybersecurity remains a persistent and growing concern for internet users (which is nearly everyone, at this point). This perfect storm of use and risk is pushing multi-factor authentication (MFA) into

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The rapid growth of the gig economy has produced massive changes in the way peer-to-peer enterprises around the world do business.

Tech Trends in the Gig Economy

As our modern world continues to evolve, the relationship between technology and business is adapting constantly. The rapid growth of the gig economy has produced massive changes in the way peer-to-peer enterprises around the world do business. Instead of hiring employees and contractors in a traditional manner, the gig economy

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Understanding FULLTEXT Searches

In MySQL, there is a provision to search based on natural mode. Let us consider the following example to understand this in detail. Creation of the table: CREATE TABLE ‘PROP_TBL’ ( ‘PROPERTY’ VARCHAR(100), ‘DOMAIN’ VARCHAR(20), ‘VALUE’ VARCHAR(2000), ‘PATH’ VARCHAR(100), PRIMARY KEY (‘PROPERTY’, ‘DOMAIN’, ‘PATH’), FULLTEXT (PROPERTY,DOMAIN))ENGINE=InnoDB; And use the following

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How to Use the Spring Example API

First, define a probe (an instance of the entity class): User user = new User();user.setName(“Ana”);user.setEmail(“[email protected]”); Next create a probe: Example userExample = Example.of(user); Next, define a repository that extends QueryByExampleExecutor interface: @Repository public interface UserRepository extends JpaRepository, QueryByExampleExecutor { } Finally, call one of the QueryByExampleExecutor methods (e.g., exists()): public

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How to log transactions details in Spring Boot

To log transactions details in a Spring Boot application simply add the following settings in application.properties: logging.level.ROOT=INFO logging.level.org.springframework.orm.jpa=DEBUG logging.level.org.springframework.transaction=DEBUG logging.level.org.hibernate.engine.transaction.internal.TransactionImpl=DEBUG

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How to log HikariCP details in Spring Boot

To log HikariCP details simply add in application.properties the following settings: logging.level.com.zaxxer.hikari.HikariConfig=DEBUG logging.level.com.zaxxer.hikari=DEBUG  If you need a deeper level of details then replace DEBUG with TRACE.

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