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OpenJDK Loom and Structured Concurrency

Project Loom is one of the projects sponsored by the Hotspot Group, initiated to deliver high throughput and lightweight concurrency model into the JAVA world. At the time of writing this post, project Loom is still under active development and its API might change. Why Loom? The first question that might and should pop up for every new project is ...

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Your OPEN Pass to DeveloperWeek 2020 — Only 25 Available

The DeveloperWeek team has offered us 25 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2020, so our members can attend the event. DeveloperWeek (February 12-16, Oakland Convention Center) is the world’s largest developer & engineering conference & expo with 8,000+ attendees, 100+ exhibitors, and 15+ tracks covering AI & Machine Learning, API & Microservices, Containers & Kubernetes, DevOps ...

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Firebase Authentication with Angular

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement Email/Password Authentication via Firebase in an angular application. 1. Introduction Angular is a Typescript-based open-source framework that helps developers build single-page applicationsOffers Object-oriented features and supports the dynamic loading of the pagesSupports Two-way data binding, Property ([]), and Event (()) binding techniquesSupports command-line-interface to easily initiate and manage the angular projects from ...

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Advanced Creation of Hamcrest Matchers in Kotlin

This article is a rewrite of an older one done in Java. This one is done in Kotlin instead. Intro Last time, I went over what a Hamcrest Matcher was, how it’s used, and how to make one. In this article, I will explain more advanced steps in the creation of Hamcrest Matchers. First, I’ll share how to make your ...

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How to Make Your Own Hamcrest Matchers in Kotlin

This article is a rewrite of an older one done in Java. This one is done in Kotlin instead. Intro to Hamcrest Matchers First things first, I should quickly explain what a Hamcrest Matcher is. When doing unit testing, the built-in assertion types that come with the testing framework are generally pretty limited. They make it very easy for a ...

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ReactJS with Ajax Requests Example

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about ReactJS with Ajax Requests. In this article, we will have a look at making Ajax requests in a ReactJS application. We will create a simple application where the user can type in a few characters and we will pass these on to the server in an Ajax request. The server, in ...

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Self-Protecting Projects

I was once attenting a presentation on the topic “Front-End Development”. The talk was held by a senior developer who, at some point, started bragging about the cool conventions he and his team were using in their projects, particularly naming and structure of their CSS files. Then, he also mentioned something about their JavaScript conventions. At the end of the ...

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Agile Project Manager, Scrum Master, or Product Owner?

I spoke with a project manager recently. She told me her story. I used to facilitate project teams as a project manager. Why a project manager? Because the project had a beginning and an end. We had (and still have) too many products to keep the same teams on them for a long time. For programs, the team stayed together ...

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