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Multitenancy in Google AppEngine (GAE)

Multitenancy is a topic that has been discussed for many years, and there are many excellent references that readily available, so I will just present a brief introduction. Multitenancy ...
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Decompiling Mega Vendors behaviour and future strategics (Microsoft, IBM, Oracle and SAP)

IT News have an excellent article about the latest Gartner Symposium, where one of Gartner analyst Dennis Gaughan gave a broad overview of the strategic direction of the world’s largest ...
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SOLID – Liskov Substitution Principle

Liskov Substitution principle (LSP) states that, Methods that use references to the base classes must be able to use the objects of the derived classes without knowing it This principle ...
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Principles for Creating Maintainable and Evolvable Tests

Having [automated] unit/integration/functional/… tests is great but it is too easy for them to become a hindrance, making any change to the system painful and slow – up to the ...
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The Three Ways to Work with Code

Obviously you read code more often than you write it. Nothing new here. This fact is brought up often when the need for clean code is discussed. Or when the merits of different programming ...
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Big Company vs. Small Company

The other day I was having lunch with a friend of mine who works for a medium sized company (by medium sized I mean large, but not Fortune 500 large). Our discussions touched a variety ...
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The Default Use Case

You should have a default use case (or a small set of them). No matter what are you making – end-user product, public API, protocol spec, etc. The default use case is the most common ...
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When to replace Unit Tests with Integration Test

Its been a while I was thinking about integration vs unit testing. Lots of googling, questions in stack overflow and looking in many books. In this post I would like share with you ...
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SOLID – Open Closed Principle

Open Closed Principle (OCP) states that, Software entities (Classes, modules, functions) should be OPEN for EXTENSION, CLOSED for MODIFICATION. Lets try to reflect on the above statement- ...
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Technical debt & the Boiling Frog

I hope everybody among my readers is familiar with the concept of technical debt: If you do a quick hack to implement a feature it might be faster to implement in the short run, but ...
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