In computer science, persistence refers to the characteristic of state that outlives the process that created it. From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persistence_%28computer_science%29

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Naming interfaces for persistent values

I have 2 distinct types of persistent values that I'm having trouble naming well. They're defined with the following Java-esque structure, borrowing Guava's Optional for the example and using generic ...
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The best approach to building a mobile service that's also available when the connection drops?

Hopefully this question will be a good suit for P.SE since it is a whiteboard-level 'how can this be done' conceptual question. I'm trying to build a product that needs to be available to someone on ...
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Persistent Storage format for (update+read)-intensive data

I am developing a Java application. While using the application, data would be generated that needs to be stored on disk. I am looking for an embedded database appropriate for a average use-case of ...
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What are some common patterns for managing a polyglot persistence layer?

I am pretty interested in the idea of using multiple datastores to support a single application and understand the benefits in theory but would like to know a little more about how things are done in ...
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Entity's creationTimestamp: on first storage or on instance creation?

I'm learning about the basic architecture of business applications, divided in layers like Domain Objects / Entities and a Persistance layer, where we use Repositories. It's in Java, but I guess the ...
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Can I share ~1k of dynamically updated data between HTML5/JS pages using only apache2?

I have an HTML5/Javascript web site. There is a form which updates JSON data. There are other pages which I would like to load that JSON data dynamically. I know how to do this via Tomcat/JSP but I'd ...