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Java SE 11: Moving Java Forward

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Introduction This serie of article presents how, in my opinion, the java language should evolve to keep being a top choice language. It also presents some features, sometimes already existing in other language, that I love but that cannot (or should never) be part of Java, for some reasons that I will explain. I would really love to transform some ...

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Developer’s wife – Or how do they stand us?

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First of all we would like to begin with 2 apologies. The first one is sent to all women developers out there. The points are valid to your husband as well. The second apology is to all women out there. We are really not sociological experts or pretend to be. This post is written from the experience and view point ...

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Introduction To Extreme Programming (XP)

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This post is an introduction to Extreme Programming (XP), another of the Agile methods for software application implementation. Reading this post is a prerequisite to this post. The underlying philosophy of Extreme Programming is to take the best elements of software engineering and bring them to an ‘extreme’ level. If a little is good, more will necessarily be better. XP believes that ...

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Guava Functions & Java 8 Lambdas

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I recently read Brian Goetz’s The State of the Lambda and after reading that article I wanted to try using Java 8 lambda expressions. In his article, Brian goes on to describe interfaces that have one method as “functional” interfaces. Functional interfaces are almost always used as anonymous classes, with the ActionListener being the canonical example. These “functional” interfaces are ...

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Facade Design Pattern – Design standpoint

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In our previous article we have described about the Adapter Design Pattern. In today’s article we are going to show about another such Gang of Four Structural patterns. As the name suggests structural pattern is used to form a larger object structure from many different objects. Façade pattern is one such pattern which provides a simplified interface to a set ...

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Off-loading your test execution using Hudson

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One of the annoyances if you have a load of tests for a particular project is that running them can tie up your machine for a while. There are also sometimes consistency issues when running on different machines with different window managers and operating system versions. One thing we do is for every main hudson job we create a copy ...

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The 10 rules of a Zen programmer

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On a rainy morning I found myself sitting on the desk thinking about efficient working. Before I started as a freelancer I had some days were I worked lots but could look only back on a worse outcome. I started with Zen practice back in 2006. What clearly came to my mind before a good while was: the old Zenmasters ...

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Introduction To Scrum

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This post is an introduction to Scrum, one of the Agile methods to drive software application implementation. Reading this post is a prerequisite to this post. Concepts Scrum projects deliver software application features iteratively. Each iteration is called a sprint. Scrum projects have 4 stages: Planning – Definition of the vision, budget, and expectations. The first version of the product backlog should ...

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Introduction To Agile Principles

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This post is a reminder about Agile principles. It is also an introduction for those who want to learn about it. The Agile principles were initially proposed in 2001 in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development which defines 4 values and 12 principles. Several project implementations methods were already available then, but many found these inflexible, cumbersome or unadapted. Some tried ...

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Google Guava Cache

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This Post is a continuation of my series on Google Guava, this time covering Guava Cache. Guava Cache offers more flexibility and power than either a HashMap or ConcurrentHashMap, but is not as heavy as using EHCache or Memcached (or robust for that matter, as Guava Cache operates solely in memory). The Cache interface has methods you would expect to ...

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