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Java Command-Line Interfaces (Part 2): args4j

In my previous post, I looked at parsing command-line arguments in Java applications using Apache Commons CLI. In this post, I look at doing the same using a different library: args4j. args4j takes a different approach to specifying which command-line arguments the Java application should expect than that used by Commons CLI. While Commons CLI expects objects representing the options ...

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Remote debugging Wildfly application in IntelliJ

Remote debugging a Java application means connecting to the remotely running application using your local development environment. Java supports remote debugging out of the box: the target application must be executed with -agentlib:jdwp[=options] option which loads Java Debug Wire Protocol (jdwp) library that allows remote debugging using for example socket connection. In this short article you will learn how to ...

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Object-Oriented Declarative Input/Output in Cactoos

Cactoos is a library of object-oriented Java primitives we started to work on just a few weeks ago. The intent was to propose a clean and more declarative alternative to JDK, Guava, Apache Commons, and others. Instead of calling static procedures we want to use objects, the way they are supposed to be used. Let’s see how input/output works in ...

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Java Command-Line Interfaces (Part 1): Apache Commons CLI

Although I typically use Groovy to write JVM-hosted scripts to be run from the command-line, there are times when I need to parse command-line parameters in Java applications and there is a plethora of libraries available for Java developers to use to parse command-line parameters. In this post, I look at one of the best known of these Java command ...

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The Patterns of the Antipatterns: Design / Testing

It’s been a while since I have started my professional career as the software developer. Over the years I worked for many companies, on a whole bunch of different projects, trying my best to deliver them and be proud of the job. However, drifting from company to company, from project to project, you see the same bad design decisions made ...

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Pair Programming to the rescue once again!

Some time ago I wrote how pair programming can help keep high quality of the code. But that’s not all! Today I want to explain why you should practice pair programming to onboard a new joiner. It makes the whole process faster and more efficient. New joiner joins the team In most projects I was working on we assumed that a ...

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Defining “Scaling” Agile, Part 6: Creating the Agile Organization

We might start to think about agile approaches as a project change. However, if you want to “scale” agile, the entire culture changes. Here is a list of the series and how everything changes the organization’s culture: Defining “Scaling” Agile, Part 1: Creating Cross-Functional Feature Teams. Without feature teams, I don’t see how you can have the necessary collaboration for ...

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4 Daily Scrum Tips for Product Owners & Product Managers

The Daily Scrum meeting is a common meeting for agile teams. But I still find that some product managers and owners aren’t sure if and when they should attend it. This post shares my recommendations on if, how often, and how you should participate in the Daily Scrum. Tip #1: Know what it’s all about The Daily Scrum meeting, sometimes ...

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