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Signal-to-noise ratio in your code

You write code to deliver business value, hence your code deals with a business domain like e-trading in finance, or the navigation for an online shoe store. If you look at a random piece of your code, how much of what you see tel ...
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Benchmarking JMS layer with JMSTester

For most of the clients I’ve been to, scaling out a JMS messaging layer with ActiveMQ is a priority. There are a couple ways to achieve this, but without a doubt, creating benchmarks and analyzing an architecture on real hardwar ...
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Wire object dependencies outside a Spring Container

There are a few interesting ways of setting the properties and dependencies of an object instantiated outside of a Spring container. Use CasesTo start with, why would we need to do inject in dependencies outside of a Spring conta ...
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Jenkins: Deploying JEE Artifacts

With the advent of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery , our builds are split into different steps creating the deployment pipeline. Some of these steps can be for example compile and ru ...
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Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) with JBehave, Gradle, and Jenkins

Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a collaborative process where the Product Owner, developers, and testers cooperate to deliver software that brings value to the business. BDD is the logical next step up from Test-Driven Devel ...
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Eclipse with EclEmma: Visualizing Code Coverage

Last time, we saw how Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) allows us to work towards a concrete goal in a very focused way. In this post, we’ll look at how the big BDD and the smaller TDD feedback loops eliminate waste and how you ...
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Android and Jenkins: Continuous Integration

By using Jenkins, it’s pretty easy to get a Continuous Integration server set up with an Android project. But before you dive into setting up the software itself, it’s very helpful to have some basic concepts on a few differen ...
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A Classification of Tests

There are many ways of testing software. This post uses the five Ws to classify the different types of tests and shows how to use this classification. Programmer vs Customer (Who) Tests exist to give confidence that the software ...
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Domain Modeling: Naive OO Hurts

I’ve read a post recently on two ways to model data of business domain. My memory is telling me it was Ayende Rahien, but I can’t find it on his blog. One way is full-blown object-relational mapping. Entities reference each ot ...
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Devops and Maintenance go together like Apple Pie and Ice Cream

One of the things I like about devops is that it takes on important but neglected problems in the full lifecycle of a system: making sure that the software is really ready to go into production, getting it into production, and kee ...
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