Author: Kyle Dunn

Data-Driven Automation in Spring

Data-Driven Software Automation By Kyle Dunn Most of us don’t give much thought to elevator rides and the data-driven nature of them. A set of sensors informs precise motor control for acceleration and deceleration, providing a comfortable ride and an accurate stop at your desired floor. Too much acceleration brings the roller coaster experience to…
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Short-circuiting the Java stack trace search

PCF Application Log Analytics By Kyle Dunn Many developers agree Java stack traces are the source of headaches and needless screen scrolling. Occasionally the verbosity is warranted and essential for debugging, although, more often, the overwhelming detail is just that, overwhelming. In the spirit of better developer productivity and shorter debugging cycles, this post will…
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Some Bits on PXF Plugins

“Occasionally it becomes desirable and necessary…to make real what currently is merely imaginary” By Kyle Dunn If you’ve not heard already, Pivotal eXtensible Framework, or PXF (for those of you with leftover letters in your alphabet soup), is a unified (and parallel) means of accessing a variety of data formats stored in HDFS, via a…
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