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Weird Funny Java!

Sometimes we can do really weird and funny things with Java; Some other times we are just being creative! Take a look at the following three examples and you will find out what I mean! Have Fun! Strine translator Translating to Strine ;)   public static void main(String... args) { System.out.println("Hello World"); } static { try { Field value = ...

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Testing GWT Apps with Selenium or WebDriver

Good functional testing is one of the most difficult tasks for web application developers and their teams. It is a challenge to develop tests that are cheap to maintain and yet provide good test coverage, which helps reduce QA costs and increase quality. Both Selenium and WebDriver (which is essentially now the successor to Selenium) provide a good way to ...

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Best Of The Week – 2011 – W43

Hello guys, Time for the “Best Of The Week” links for the week that just passed. Here are some links that drew JavaCodeGeeks attention: * Hello JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by NetBeans 7.1 beta: A nice tutorial which serves as a soft introduction to the brand new JavaFX 2.0. The author uses NetBeans 7.1 which supports JavaFX 2.0. After the development ...

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On the importance of communication in the workplace

When I just started learning how to program, I thought programming as a profession was about code, design and algorithms – after all, these are the courses that are taught in university, so this must be the most important skills for a programmer, right? Wrong. Over the years, I have discovered that effective communication is at least as important, if ...

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Code coverage with unit & integration tests

On a pet project recently I set out to build automated UI (integration) tests as well as the normal unit tests. I wanted to get all of this integrated into my maven build, with code coverage reports so I could get an idea of areas with insufficient test coverage. Rather than just publish the source code for the project, I’ve ...

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Avoid Lazy JPA Collections

Hibernate (and actually JPA) has collection mappings: @OneToMany, @ManyToMany, @ElementCollection. All of these are by default lazy. This means the collections are specific implementations of the List or Set interface that hold a reference to the persistent session and the values are loaded from the database only if the collection is accessed. That saves unnecessary database queries if you only ...

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Scala Tutorial – objects, classes, inheritance, traits, Lists with multiple related types, apply

Preface This is part 9 of tutorials for first-time programmers getting into Scala. Other posts are on this blog, and you can get links to those and other resources on the links page of the Computational Linguistics course I’m creating these for. Additionally you can find this and other tutorial series on the JCG Java Tutorials page. This tutorial is about ...

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Play! Framework: Why Did I Fall in Love with it

Some time ago, I was the tech lead for a few very large deployments on the Real Estate market for companies like Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Foreclosure.com and HUD. We were running that traditional enterprise Java stack you are probably familiar with – Spring, Hibernate, Solr, etc. It took a few years but we had built a very nice system; ...

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