About Marco Di Stefano

Marco is a software engineer specialized in software architecture and process automation. He has been involved in all the software v-cycle phases and actually he works for the railway industry.

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How to do Continuous Integration with Java 8, NetBeans Platform 8, Jenkins, Jacoco and Sonar

Intro Java 8 is there, the promised revolution is finally released, and I am sure that a lot of you are having in mind the same question “Should I use it in my project?”. Well, ...
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Redundancy in Domain and Database Design

Introduction Design a domain can be a real challenge. A lot of bad practices can easily bring you to a bad design, and in most of the cases those issue will be discovered only after ...
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Integrate AspectJ with NetBeans Platform Development

Are you developing your project using the NetBeans Platform? Are you willing to use AspectJ to use AOP? You do not know how to integrate the AspectJ compiler into the builds of NetBeans? If ...
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Multilayered Architecture (5) – The Presentation Layer

Introduction The final piece of a MultiLayered Architecture, in term of development design and dependencies is the Presentation Layer. It has mainly the scope to create an Interface ...
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How design for testability can improve test automation capability

Introduction Testability refers to the capability of testing something. When this something is an IT solution, the most suited way of doing it is Automation. But is it always possible ...
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Multilayered Architecture (4) – The Infrastructure Layer

Introduction What is Infrastructure? If we think at a building, Infrastructure is what brings light and water. You can build a wonderful house, but if you don’t connect it to the ...
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Multilayered Architecture (3) – The Application Layer

Introduction As Business Documents are considered the input for the Domain Layer, System Requirement Specifications are the main input document for the Application Layer. Scope of this ...
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Code Refactoring vs Architecture Refactoring

Introduction Everybody knows the meaning of Refactoring; the base of Agile Programming, and the best way to continuously increase the code quality. But Refactoring is not always the ...
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Multilayered Architecture (2) – The Domain Layer

Introduction The domain layer is a collection of entity objects and related business logic that is designed to represent the enterprise business model. The major scope of this layer ...
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Multilayered architecture (1) – Introduction

Introduction If you ever worked in an IT project, you would probably know how necessary it is to factorize the source code to avoid that the entropy will take possession of your project ...
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