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PostgreSQL’s Table-Valued Functions

Table-valued functions are an awesome thing. Many databases support them in one way or another and so does PostgreSQL. In PostgreSQL, (almost) everything is a table. For instance, we ...
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10 things you can do as a developer to make your app secure: #9 Start with Requirements

To build a secure system, you should start thinking about security from the beginning. Legal and Compliance Constraints First, make sure that everyone on the team understands the legal ...
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Lessons Learned in Automated Testing

I want to discuss some takeaways from my role as a Quality Assurance (QA) Software Developer. My experiences in QA were two-fold: I started as a Software Engineer responsible for QA ...
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How To Test Your Tests

When we write tests, we focus on the scenario we want to test, and then write that test. Pretty simple, right? That’s how our minds work. We can’t focus on many things at the same ...
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Use Cases for Elasticsearch: Document Store

I’ll be giving an introductory talk about Elasticsearch twice in July, first at Developer Week Nürnberg, then at Java Forum Stuttgart. I am showing some of the features of Elasticsearch ...
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How We Chose Framework

When you develop your application most of the time you are writing code that deals with some of the resources. Code lines that open database connection, allocate memory and alikes. ...
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10 things you can do as a developer to make your app secure: #8 Leverage other people’s Code (Carefully)

As you can see from the previous posts, building a secure application takes a lot of work. One short cut to secure software can be to take advantage of the security features of your ...
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Evaluating persistent, replicated message queues

Message queues are useful in a number of situations; for example when we want to execute a task asynchronously, we enqueue it and some executor eventually completes it. Depending on ...
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You Probably Don’t Need a Message Queue

I’m a minimalist, and I don’t like to complicate software too early and unnecessarily. And adding components to a software system is one of the things that adds a significant amount ...
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Step By Step Path to Becoming a Great Software Developer

I get quite a few emails that basically say “how do I become a good / great software developer?” These kinds of emails generally tick me off, because I feel like when you ask this ...
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