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Fixing Bugs that can’t be Reproduced

There are bugs that can’t be reproduced, or at least not easily: intermittent and transient errors; bugs that disappear when you try to look for them; bugs that occur as the result ...
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Enterprise SOAP Services in a Web 2.0 REST/JSON World

With the popularlity of JSON and other NoSQL data standard formats, the complexity and in some cases the plain verbosity of XML formats are being shunned. However, XML and the abilities ...
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Bug Fixing – to Estimate, or not to Estimate, that is the question

According to Steve McConnell in Code Complete (data from 1975-1992) most bugs don’t take long to fix. About 85% of errors can be fixed in less than a few hours. Some more can be fixed ...
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Git newbie commands

If you’re new to Git you will recognize that some things work different compared to SVN or CVS based repositories. This blog explains the 10 most important commands in a Git workflow ...
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Stumbling towards a better design

Some programs have a clear design and coding new features is quick and easy. Other programs are a patchwork quilt of barely comprehensible fragments, bug fixes, and glue. If you have ...
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10 Object Oriented Design principles for the Java programmer

Object Oriented Design Principles are core of OOPS programming but I have seen most of Java programmer chasing design patterns like Singleton pattern , Decorator pattern ...
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Modelling Is Everything

I’m often asked, “What is the best way to learn about building high-performance systems”? There are many perfectly valid answers to this question but there is one thing that ...
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Fixing Bugs – if you can’t reproduce them, you can’t fix them

‘Generally, if you can’t reproduce it, it’s almost impossible to fix’. Anonymous programmer, Practices of Software Maintenance, Janice Singer ...
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How to build a DIY Service Repository

Every Jedi faces the moment in their life when their Lightsaber simply fails to perform as expected and he or she has bite the bullet and build a better one. Not being a Jedi I clearly ...
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Top 5 SOA gotchas and how to avoid them

After 5 years of designing and building award winning service oriented architectures, I thought I’d share my top 5 SOA gotcha’s and some general hints on how you can avoid them ...
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