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Write Through Cache

I was a young budding developers when I was first introduced to the concept of Cache. My Senior Architect then told me Cache is a component that will magically store data so that future ...
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7 mistakes of software testing

Though most developers know the importance of testing, it seems that a lot of them still aren’t testing enough. And if they write tests, they test just test wrong. UNIT TESTS If some ...
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Eclipse Code Formatting Tips

I have been assigned lately some code review/ quality code fix tasks, on a large enterprise Java project and I am trying to assist the existing software development team, ...
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Pair Programming: The disadvantages of 100% pairing

I’ve written a lot of blog posts in the past about pair programming and the advantages that I’ve seen from using this technique but lately I find myself increasingly frustrated ...
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5+1 Sonar Plugins you must not miss

This post is a revision of the original post, published last year and it covered Sonar version 2.8. Many months has passed and during this period the Sonar Team released four(4) new ...
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Hints for writing secure code

Security and data protection are becoming now more and more popular topics. We are coming into the world where too much information is transfered/used/processed by computer systems ...
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Enough whitespace already

In most sensible languages the compiler ignores whitespace; it’s only there to help humans understand the code. The trouble is, without automated checking of whitespace it’s very ...
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Technology Related Classic Mistakes

In my last blog I looked at Product Related Classic Mistakes from Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules by Steve McConnell, which although it’s now been around for at ...
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Personal gains from contributing to Open Source

Many may find it difficult to understand why certain people spend a lot of their spare time producing stuff without being paid and then give it away for free. Is this altruism on the ...
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Git DVCS – Getting started

Git is a distributed revision control system, where every working directory is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities.Git is categorized ...
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