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Acceptance Testing: Blaming the Tools

About 5 years ago I was on a project to build a system for collateral management. The system was connected to a large financial network, and got its instructions through standardized ...
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This is Stuff: Cryptography & Theory 1: Meaning of Secure

Cryptography & Theory is series of blog posts on things I learned in coursera stanford online crypto class. The class contained just right mixture of theory, math and programming ...
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14 Code Refactoring smells you can easily sense and What you can do about it?

This post is specifically intended to Project Managers although developers and testers can also get reasonable inputs from this post.  Generally projects tend to accumulate a lot of ...
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Humble architects

Humility is not a very common trait with software architects. After having worked with a few awful architects and recently with a very pleasant one, I’ve compiled a few of my experiences ...
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Thoughts on Blueprint and Declarative Services: Dependency injection or Dependency management

I’ve been using the OSGi Blueprint for a couple of years now and I have been happy with it. Blueprint is the obvious choice inside Apache Karaf and since it was a solution that ...
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Architecting a Multi-tenant Application

A multi-tenant application is an application where a single running instance serves many customers. An alternative to multi-tenancy is managed services, where one running instance is ...
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Why I never blame open source projects

Every now and then I get to read someone’s bad thought towards a given open-source framework. When I started programming Struts web framework was at its prime, everybody loved it. ...
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Deep Stack Traces Can be a Sign for Good Code Quality

The term “leaky abstractions” has been around for a while. Coining it is most often attributed to Joel Spolsky, who wrote this often-cited article about it. I’ve now stumbled ...
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Turning Assertions Into a Domain-Specific Language

Assertions are an essential part of our unit tests. And yet, it so easy to neglect them. That is a shame because if we overlook the importance of assertions, the assert section of our ...
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The narrow path between best practices and over-engineering

A couple of days ago I read a post by Petri Kainulainen about The Dark Side of Best Practices. He really hit what – IMHO – on the one side should be totally obvious and ...
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