Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Table of Contents

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I have noticed that most people are getting stuck on the first part and I wanted to make sure that one gets all of the posts so I am publishing a Table of Contents. I plan on keeping it up as I write more posts.

Table of Contents

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 1

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 2

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 3

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 4

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 5

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 6

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 7

And there they all are.  Since I am using WordPress, this should produce some pingbacks as well.

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Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Webinar Source Code Links

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I promised during the question and answer section of my presentation that I would post my code so everyone can have access to it.  I am going to do one better and give links to all my Hazelcast source code examples.  They are on GitHub so one can do a clone and pull them down via their favorite git client.  I use Netbeans so if one is using Netbeans, one can open up the project contained within the checkout.

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 1

https://github.com/darylmathison/hazelcast-simple-app-example

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 2

https://github.com/darylmathison/hazelcast-collections-example

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 3

https://github.com/darylmathison/hazelcast-primitives-example

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 4

https://github.com/darylmathison/hazelcast-executor-service-example

Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Webinar

https://github.com/darylmathison/hazelcast-webinar-example

Broke 10,000 Views – I Have Some People to Thank

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This may be a small amount to some people but I don’t care. As of now, My blog has broke the 10,000 view mark. I started this blog in 2010 but the number of views were small and I might have gotten 300 views in two years. Since I got serious about keeping this blog up in 2013, I have gone from that small 300 to 10,000 in two years!

I do like to thank my followers who have, I think, get to wait an unknown amount of time for original posts to come out. I do have some organizations to thank too. Without them, I would not have been able to do this. I discovered recently that Hazelcast has been re-blogging my posts no matter what I put up. I also would like to thank Java Code Geeks for noticing me and wanting me to become one of their partners. Java Code Geeks have been posting even some of my “garbage” posts.

Well, that is it. Expect another thank you at 20,000.