When writing integration applications with Mule, John D'Emic frequently comes across the issue of deciding how to communicate back and forth between his front end application, typically a web or mobile application, and a flow hosted on Mule...
Building off of the last post, you will see that ExpectedException is a great improvement over the @Test(expected) and Try/Catch techniques, however the ExpectedException object can still be improved by adding in a fluent-style API backed by Fest Assertion project.
Over the past couple of years I’ve worked on several different applications and one thing they had in common was that they had a huge feature which would take a few months to complete and initially seemed difficult to break down.
Last week my good friend Jonathan Klein at Etsy published a blog about the latest performance achievements at Etsy. Jonathan’s data was very impressive, so I decided to take a look at it myself from outside their organization.