Pointers on Mobile Computing?

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  • Paper on Mobile Computing by Devashish Goswami (paper).
  • Mobile Computing presentation by R. K. Ghosh (ppt).
  • Introduction to Mobile Computing by Oxford University Press (ppt).
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NIO.2 Cookbook – JavaWorld

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Oracle’s Java 7 release introduced NIO.2, which extends its NIO (New I/O) framework with new capabilities (e.g., the ability to work with symbolic/soft links and hard links). This post launches a three-part series in which I present a cookbook of recipes for accomplishing various tasks with NIO.2.

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Visual Guide to NoSQL Systems

Visual Guide to NoSQL Systems
Ref: Visual Guide to NoSQL Systems

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Java Build Tools: Ant vs Maven vs Gradle

There are three main build tools available in Java ecosystem:

  1. Apache Ant with Ivy
  2. Maven
  3. Gradle

Ant with Ivy vs. Maven vs. Gradle

Pointers: Java Build Tools: Ant vs Maven vs Gradle
Why use Gradle instead of Ant or Maven?
Why Build Your Java Projects with Gradle Rather than Ant or Maven?

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Designing for the Internet of Things – O’Reilly

Designing for Internet of things

Designing for Internet of things

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