About Tomasz Nurkiewicz

Java EE developer, Scala enthusiast. Enjoying data analysis and visualization. Strongly believes in the power of testing and automation.

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Logging exceptions root cause first

The 0.9.30 release of Logback logging library brings new awesome feature: logging stack traces starting from root (innermost) exception rather than from the outermost one. Of course ...
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The evolution of Spring dependency injection techniques

Looking back at the history of Spring framework you will find out that the number of ways you can implement dependency injection is growing in every release. If you’ve been working ...
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What features of Java have been dropped in Scala?

Despite more complex and less intuitive syntax compared to Java, Scala actually drops several features of Java, sometimes for good, other times providing replacements on the standard ...
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jqGrid, REST, AJAX and Spring MVC Integration

More than two years back I wrote an article on how two implement elegant CRUD in Struts2. Actually I had to devote two articles on that subject because the topic was so broad. Today ...
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Apache CXF Load Balancing And Failover

A while ago we’ve faced the requirement of load-balancing web services clients based on Apache CXF. Also the clients should automatically fail-over when some of the servers ...
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Servlet 3.0 Async Processing for Tenfold Increase in Server Throughput

Servlets are the main component for handling server side logic in Java and the new 3.0 specification introduces some very interesting features with asynchronous processsing being one ...
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Domain Driven Design with Spring and AspectJ

In a previous post hosted at JavaCodeGeeks, our JCG partner Tomasz Nurkiewicz presented an introduction to Domain Driven Design using the State design pattern. At the end of that tutorial, ...
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Using the State pattern in a Domain Driven Design

Domain driven design (DDD) is an approach to developing software where the complexity of the problem is addressed by connecting the implementation to an evolving model of the core ...
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10 Tips for Proper Application Logging

Our latest JCP partner, Tomasz Nurkiewicz, has submitted a number of posts describing the basic principles of proper application logging. I found them quite interesting, thus I decided ...
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