A New Hope Software Craftsmanship, SOLID principles, eXtreme
Programming, the list of all the “best practice” guides I’ve learned
over the years goes...
0 replies - 2177 views - 04/08/13 by Justin Bozonier in Articles
What scientists call distributed control is usually called empowerment by management consultants. However, some experts don’t like the term. The word seems...
0 replies - 1164 views - 04/08/13 by Jurgen Appelo in Articles
I realize that many of you already scowl when you hear anyone talk about
'best practices'. Instead of adding to that discussion, I'd like to
share a short...
0 replies - 1192 views - 04/08/13 by Steve Rogalsky in Articles
I learnt functional programming, but then I decided I liked imperative programming better so I switched back.
— Nobody, ever
Moving from imperative...
2 replies - 8730 views - 04/07/13 by James Roper in Articles
Encapsulation is more than just defining accessor and mutator methods
for a class. It is a broader concept of programming, not necessarily
0 replies - 5008 views - 04/07/13 by Edwin Dalorzo in Articles
Almost all Eclipse Git repositories are mirrored at GitHub.
The mirrors were initially set up two years ago by the nice folks at
GitHub with relatively...
0 replies - 5369 views - 04/05/13 by Wayne Beaton in Articles
There are DevOps tools and DevOps job ads. People talk about culture and sharing and being nice to each other. Sounds pretty fishy, right? The only thing...
4 replies - 5291 views - 04/05/13 by Matthias Marschall in Articles
The phrase "unit testing" evokes a wide variety of opinions within the
developer community. At this point, most individuals understand the
0 replies - 3391 views - 04/05/13 by Zac Gery in Articles
When should you use a database? When will it bite you? When is table storage the solution? In this session, Scott Klein will guide you through the various...
0 replies - 2024 views - 04/05/13 by Eric Genesky in Articles
The post is the third in the series where we publish statistical data about the Java installations. The dataset used originates from the free Plumbr...
0 replies - 1201 views - 04/05/13 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
Wow, this video of doing Java 8 in IntelliJ
got me all excited. I personally am not often swayed by 'you'll type
0 replies - 2541 views - 04/04/13 by Rob Williams in Articles
Synopsis: QML looks like a nicer
way to make installable smartphone apps that the Apple anointed XCode
way for iOS, or the classic Java toolchain for...
0 replies - 3179 views - 04/03/13 by Paul Hammant in Articles
At Devoxx last year I attended half a session by Kirk Knoernschild. I
don’t know why I missed half the session, but I fixed that by listening
to the full...
0 replies - 7468 views - 04/03/13 by Jens Schauder in Articles
The cornerstone, I think, of a good April Fools Day joke is plausibility. The more reasonable or possible the topic, the more likely it is that you’ll fool...
0 replies - 3250 views - 04/03/13 by Wayne Beaton in Articles
I think there is great value in reading books on business management.
That is, there is great value in reading them with intent, considering
0 replies - 1341 views - 04/02/13 by Michael Norton in Articles