About Gal Levinsky

Graduated B.s.c Information System Engineering on BGU University (2004). Been working on large cloud based ERP application in SAP for 7 years and as a development group manager in affiliation company. Co-founded few startups in the domain of social web.

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Resolve circular dependency in Spring Autowiring

I would consider this post as best practice for using Spring in enterprise application development. When writing enterprise web application using Spring, the amount ...
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Spring security 3 Ajax login – accessing protected resources

I have seen some blogs about Spring Security 3 Ajax login, however I could not find any that tackles how to invoke Ajax based login, where a protected resource is being accessed in ...
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DAO layer – Generics to the rescue

Generics can be a powerful tool to create reusable code with the power of compile time verification (type safety..). Unfortunately I feel the main stream developers still afraid of ...
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Spring Profile pattern example

Recently we were introduced with the concept of Spring Profiles. This concept is an easy configuration differentiators for different deployment environments. The ...
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Build documentation to last – choose the agile way

Lately I wondered what the best way to document a project is?My documentation experience vary among different tools and methodologies. I would like to ...
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How to change logging level in runtime

Changing the log logging level in runtime is important mainly in production environment where you might want to have debug logging for limited amount of time. Well, changing the root ...
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Email filtering using Aspect and Spring Profile

During web application development, often the need for sending emails arise. However, sometimes the database is populated by data from production and there is a ...
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