Here’s a quick tip for anyone writing a script without a REPL: use watch as a quick continuous integration tool.
While writing code in one console,...
0 replies - 2525 views - 10/08/12 by Mike Christianson in Articles
There is a common belief in the software
development world that a tradeoff exists between speed of delivery and
quality, an idea Martin Fowler calls the...
1 replies - 8651 views - 10/07/12 by Kief Morris in Articles
I love reading code.
For two reasons :
If the code is bad, it is an awesome ego boost PLUS you get to
foul mouth someone who has a good reputation for...
0 replies - 14010 views - 10/05/12 by Arun Manivannan in Articles
Originally authored by LockyAs the Project Manager at Smashing Boxes, I would not claim to be an
hardened expert with all of the answers, but I have been...
0 replies - 6723 views - 10/05/12 by Nick Jordan in Articles
Architexa product is an Eclipse plugin from Architexa.com company. As their web site say:
Architexa helps you understand and document large/complex Java code...
0 replies - 3954 views - 10/03/12 by Antonio Santiago in Articles
This is the first in what will be a series of posts on how to
establish a continuous delivery pipeline. The eventual goal is to have
an app that we can...
0 replies - 5464 views - 10/02/12 by Willie Wheeler in Articles
(Disclaimer: Based on personal experience and little research, the information might be incomplete.)
VisualVM is a great tool for monitoring JVM (5.0+)...
0 replies - 14349 views - 10/02/12 by Jakub Holý in Articles
I really enjoy reading other people’s code,
0 replies - 3622 views - 10/01/12 by Mahdi Yusuf in Articles
Today's post is about BTrace which I am considering as a hidden gem for Java developer.
BTrace is a safe, dynamic tracing tool for the Java...
1 replies - 4986 views - 10/01/12 by Andriy Redko in Articles
SonarSource.com) is getting more and more popular among developer teams.
It’s an open source platform measuring software quality in the...
0 replies - 3437 views - 10/01/12 by Patroklos Papapetrou in Articles
Since starting a consulting firm, I’m always looking for ways to
automate the day to day tasks I find less than appealing. A colleague
of mine was...
0 replies - 2416 views - 09/29/12 by Jacob Orshalick in Articles
It is weekend. Not my typical time for publishing blog-posts. I tend to
write them but publishing is done during the week. This might be a
0 replies - 4193 views - 09/23/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
Technical Debt in programming is a topic for the ages. It tends to
permeate round table conversations and almost pre-dates physical...
0 replies - 6037 views - 09/20/12 by Zac Gery in Articles
Continuous Delivery is all about being production ready on a monthly, weekly, or even daily basis. We're all going to run into faulty builds at some point and...
0 replies - 6106 views - 09/20/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
This blog post is inspired by the article titled Resign Patterns by Michael
Duell. I’ve included all the original text from the above article but
0 replies - 4166 views - 09/18/12 by Patroklos Papapetrou in Articles
I am a person who is all about the philosophy
0 replies - 2331 views - 09/14/12 by Mahdi Yusuf in Articles
You write code to deliver business value, hence your code deals with a
business domain like e-trading in finance, or the navigation for an
1 replies - 4895 views - 09/11/12 by cyrille martraire in Articles
People at Architexa have just released its Architexa tool for free to
individuals and teams up to 3 members. Using their own slogan, Architexa
is a tool...
0 replies - 5537 views - 09/11/12 by Enrico Maria Cr... in Articles
Ever since the “Gang of Four”
book, everyone and their uncle is an expert in patterns. Software is
all about patterns – the...
0 replies - 7445 views - 09/10/12 by David Green in Articles
Chris Eargle has a great article explaining that the term “technical debt” comprises both strategic debt and reckless debt:
0 replies - 2820 views - 09/09/12 by Krishna Kumar in Articles