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Author Archives: Mike Ensor

AES-256 Encryption with Java and JCEKS

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Overview Security has become a great topic of discussion in the last few years due to the recent releasing of documents from Edward Snowden and the explosion of hacking against online commerce stores like JC Penny, Sony and Target. While this post will not give you all of the tools to help prevent the use of illegally sourced data, this ...

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Spring 3.1, Cloud Foundry and Local Development

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This post will help you build a Spring 3.1 web application using MongoDB on Cloud Foundry. In addition to pushing to Cloud Foundry, you will also be able to develop in your local environment with a MongoDB instance. Goals The goals for this blog posting will be to build the application locally, then publish to your local Cloud Foundry instance. ...

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Mocking with JodaTime’s DateTime and Google Guava’s Supplier

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Introduction If you’re a seasoned unit tester, you’ve learned to take note when you see any code working with time, concurrency, random, persistence and disc I/O. The reason for this is that tests can be very brittle and sometimes down-right impossible to test properly. This post will show how to abstract out ‘time’ by injecting a replacement for it in ...

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Testing Custom Exceptions with JUnit’s ExpectedException and @Rule

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Exception Testing Why test exception flows? Just like with all of your code, test coverage writes a contract between your code and the business functionality that the code is supposed to produce leaving you with a living documentation of the code along with the added ability to stress the functionality early and often. I won’t go into the many benefits ...

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JUnit Pass Test Case on Failures

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Why create a mechanism to expect a test failure? There comes a time when one would want and expect a JUnit @Test case fail. Though this is pretty rare, it happens. I had the need to detect when a JUnit Test fails and then, if expected, to pass instead of fail. The specific case was that I was testing a ...

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