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Changing commit message in Git

Introduction Git is distributed version control system and now-a-days, it is de facto version control system for number of open source and closed source software projects, including ...
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Object-oriented != imperative

Dear FP community: one of the things I really like about you folks is the rigor you’ve brought to the field of programming language design. Compared to the kind of magical and ...
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Thymeleaf integration with Spring (Part 1)

1.Introduction This article is focused on how Thymeleaf can be integrated with the Spring framework. This will let our MVC web application take advantage of Thymeleaf HTML5 template ...
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Programming Language Job Trends Part 2 – February 2014

In part 1 of the programming language job trends, we looked at Java, C++, C#, Objective C, and Visual Basic. In today’s installment, we review the trends for PHP, Python, JavaScript, Ruby, and ...
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Ideas Aren’t Worthless

It’s common knowledge that “ideas are worthless”. An idea will bring you nowhere – you need implementation, focus, a good team, the right environment, luck, etc. And I won’t ...
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How I broke our continuous deployment

This post is about a failure – more precisely about how I managed to bring our release processes to their knees. I can recommend reading especially if you are planning to ruin your ...
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Creating software for sysops – make sure you do not suck

Plumbr is all about detecting performance problems from within Java applications. Whether this application is residing in a desktop machine under developer’s desk or hidden in a production ...
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Manual testing sinful?

One of the asides I made in “Programmers without TDD will be unemployable” which caused a bit of outrage in the testing community was my comment “Manual testing is a sin.” While ...
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Never Test Logging

Technical logging is usually not tested. As commentator write on stack overflow: I practice TDD/BDD pretty religiously and I almost never test logging. With some exceptions logging ...
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Law of Demeter

Reduce coupling and improve encapsulation… General In this post I want to go over Law of Demeter (LoD). I find this topic an extremely important for having the code clean, well-designed ...
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