It seems that no matter how much you read about software and how much
you try and learn, you always seem to miss something pretty useful. I’ve
5 replies - 3416 views - 10/01/11 by Roger Hughes in Articles
If you have to deal with legacy code (and we all do) one of the
standard techniques to deal with it is to hide it behind a layer of
0 replies - 3676 views - 09/27/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
A vast majority of daily practitioners of Continuous Integration don't
really understand it. This is a bold statement, I know. But it is not
0 replies - 10989 views - 09/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
Since Indigo, the Maven Eclipse plugin
formerly known as m2eclipse became part of Eclipse release (at least in
the pure Java release). The name of the...
6 replies - 17237 views - 09/27/11 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
Folks like to claim that unit testing absolutely requires each class be
tested in isolation using mocks for all dependencies. This is a noble
4 replies - 10180 views - 09/24/11 by Steven Lott in News
Right after using Nexus to solve my problem with the Amazon SES dependency imbroglio, I had occasion to make a new Java EE 6
project using the Weld...
2 replies - 4412 views - 09/23/11 by Rob Williams in Articles
Lets get this straight. Currently the only real way to debug long running, server side applications, is by looking at log files. Yet, logging in its current...
7 replies - 4961 views - 09/21/11 by Prashant Deva in Articles
When developing JEE applications as part of the development cycle, it’s
important to deploy to a development server before running end to end or
0 replies - 6335 views - 09/21/11 by Roger Hughes in Articles
I switched to Maven in 2005, not long after 2 had come out. Ant just
ran out of gas for me, despite a lot of people trying to throw it a life
1 replies - 4516 views - 09/21/11 by Rob Williams in Articles
Fact: Open source is a fundamental part of many of the world's leading development organizations, and is often credited with enabling and enhancing innovation....
0 replies - 3828 views - 09/21/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
In 2008 at Agile Toronto, I did a session on Agile Infrastructure. This is where I met Andrew Shafer
(working at Reductive Labs). There wasn't that much...
1 replies - 8953 views - 09/20/11 by Patrick Debois in News
Technical debt is usually perceived as a measure of expediency.
Source: JulesH, Wikipedia, A control flow graph of a simple function
borrow a little...
1 replies - 7554 views - 09/19/11 by Israel Gat in News
This week, I was faced with what seemed an near-insuperable problem. I
was called by one of my dev: as soon as he upgraded his Eclipse (or
2 replies - 4331 views - 09/18/11 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
Many of us groan when they have to deal with legacy code. Especially
those among us who fancy themselves to be craftsmen or clean coders
0 replies - 3608 views - 09/18/11 by Jens Schauder in Articles
At the first devopsdays in Ghent 2009 we were extremely lucky to have Lindsay Holmwood present.
I had to skip the first devopsdays downunder. So I was...
0 replies - 6236 views - 09/16/11 by Patrick Debois in News