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When git ignores your… .gitignore?

I feel like I should start this post saying that I absolutely love git. If you’ve never heard of it, is a source control system like CVS or Subversion but, unlike those two, is a distributed version control system. I’m not goi ...
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OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile Vs MAC Token Profile

Almost all the implementation I see today are based on OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token Profile. Of course its an RFC proposed standard today. OAuth 2.0 Bearer Token profile brings a simplified scheme for authentication. This specification ...
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Caveats With MySQL Pagination

We’ve all done pagination – it’s sensible for both lists in the UI and for processing data in batches. “SELECT (columns) FROM table LIMIT X, Y”. Possibly “SELECT (columns) FROM table ORDER BY some_column LIMIT X, Y”. ...
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Frankensystems, Half-Strangled Zombies and other Monsters

There are lots of ugly things that can happen to a system over time. This is what the arguments over technical debt are all about – how to keep code from getting ugly and fragile and hard to understand and more expensive to main ...
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What If We … Like We Hire Programmers – What Questions Are Appropriate?

Programmers often experience a high degree of frustration during the interview process, and one primary source of annoyance is how the programmer perceives the line of questioning or exercises. In a buyer’s market where supply e ...
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Quick Summary : Object Associations

                         Composition final class Company{ private final Employee Employee; { Company(EmpDetails details) { engine = new Employee(detai ...
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Towards a Theory of Test-Driven Development

This post examines how well we really understand the practice of Test-Driven Development (TDD).                   Red, Green, Refactor By now we all know that Test-Driven Development (T ...
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Dev vs QA, should there really be a distinction?

We had our scrum of scrum meetings last Wednesday where all scrum masters meet up with our line manager to discuss issues, bottlenecks and success stories of our previous sprint. One issue highlighted was the fact that sometimes t ...
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The Sprinting Centipede Strategy: How to Improve Software Without Breaking It

Our code has been broken for weeks. Compiler errors, failing tests, incorrect behavior plagued our team. Why? Because we have been struck by a Blind Frog Leap. By doing multiple concurrent changes to a key component in the hope of ...
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Seven Tips For Using Third-Party Libraries

There are many good reasons to use code written by others in your application. This post describes some best practices to optimize your re-use experience.                   Library Use ...
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