About Juri Strumpflohner

Juri Strumpflohner mainly operates in the web sector developing rich applications with HTML5 and JavaScript. Beside having a Java background and developing Android applications he currently works as a software architect in the e-government sector. When he’s not coding or blogging about his newest discoveries, he is practicing Yoseikan Budo where he owns a 2nd DAN.

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Implementing the ‘Git flow’

Git can be used in a variety of ways which is cool. But still, when working within a team, it is good to have a consensus on a common, shared approach in order to avoid conflicts. This ...
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Node, Grunt, Bower and Yeoman – A Modern web dev’s Toolkit

This article aims at introducing you to some of the currently most popular tools when developing modern web applications with JavaScript. These are totally not new at all and have been ...
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See, always told you: testing is just a waste of time

Automated testing has become something people don’t speak about any more. It matured to being a standard in software development, everyone is and should be practicing. No more ...
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Decision making, problem solving, introducing ideas, being influencial

Usually when people think about software development, they just have the typical nerds in mind, shy but smart, introvert people sitting in (often) dark rooms hammering down obscure ...
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Git flow with Jenkins and GitLab

At work I recently transitioned from TFS to using Git as our source control management. After introducing the team to Git we also established a common workflow on how we wanted to have ...
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The narrow path between best practices and over-engineering

A couple of days ago I read a post by Petri Kainulainen about The Dark Side of Best Practices. He really hit what – IMHO – on the one side should be totally obvious and ...
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Unit Testing Tip: Create Descriptive Tests

Your unit tests should be as descriptive as possible. The feedback they give you should be so clear you don’t even need to fire up the debugger and step one by one through the code ...
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Git Explained: For Beginners

I’m working with Git now for about two years but only for my personal projects and those I have on GitHub. At work we still use TFS and SVN (as of now). Recently Paolo Perrotta came ...
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Android Emulator: Scale size without using Eclipse

As you might have read following my previous post I’m currently experimenting with mobile web solutions. In such a case, having an Android emulator is quite comfortable for quickly ...
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Android Emulator with Nexus One skin

I know it doesn’t really increase your value during development. It’s just for fun but those of you that like it, here are some links that point to Nexus One skins that ...
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