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Why “No Source Control” Is Not A Problem

Because having source control is a solution. Sometimes we get fixated on something that’s missing, and we’re sure that’s the problem. When we can control it, it really isn’t a “real” problem, because it’s easily solved. But in many cases, the solution is out of our control, and we think that if only we had that missing piece of the ...

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Is Your Eclipse Running a Bit Slow? Just Use This Simple Trick!

You wouldn’t believe it until you try it yourself. I’ve been using the Eclipse Mars developer milestones lately, and I’ve been having some issues with slow compilation. I always thought it was because of the m2e integration, which has never been famous for working perfectly. But then, it dawned upon me when I added a JPA persistence.xml file to run ...

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JUnit: Testing Exceptions with Java 8 and AssertJ 3.0.0

AssertJ 3.0.0 release for Java 8 makes testing exceptions much easier than before. In one of my previous blog post I described how to utilize plain Java 8 to achieve this, but with AssertJ 3.0.0 much of the code I created may be removed. Warning: this blog post contains mostly the code examples.     SUT – System Under Test ...

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Using Rhino with Java 8

Java brings Nashorn as new JavaScript implementation for JSR 223 (javax.scripting). While this is certainly great news (Nashorn is way faster than Rhino by directly generating Java code), it comes with some challenges: Nashorn is not 100% compatible with Rhino. Rhino had some extensions and more or less other interpretations on how to combine the Java world with JavaScript. Therefore ...

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Know Your IDE: Eclipse

When I made the switch from .NET to Java, I naturally had to switch IDEs. With moving to Java, I chose Eclipse. I was fortunate to have a great group of coworkers that took time out of their schedule to share shortcuts and tips to allow me to utilize Eclipse to the fullest extent. One of the first shortcuts I ...

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Using AWS SQS as JMS provider with Spring

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Recently AWS published a new client library that implements the JMS 1.1 specification and uses their Simple Queue Service (SQS) as the JMS provider (see Jeff Barr’s post here). In my post I will show you how to set up your Maven project to use the Spring Framework to use this library. We will perform the following steps:     ...

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