Most of the time you can easily divorce the values needed in an expected form and an actual form of an expectation. In those cases, nothing needs to be shared and your test can use a simple bare expect.
Hope you are having fun so far, but our application has serious performance defect. After measuring response times of the RandomOrgRandom class we developed in the previous part we will notice something really disturbing
This article should smoothly introduce you to the world of Enterprise Integration using patterns introduced by Gregor Hophe in “Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions“.
As in Java, knowing API is a big step in creating code that is more relevant, productive and maintainable. Collections play such an important part in Scala that knowing the collections API is a big step toward better Scala knowledge.
First of all I think it is really important to understand that in China everything is related to your relations. This principle of Guanxi is also reflected in the style presentations are made. Here are some basic rules.
We all love webapps, but in the former days applications have done so much more. They were integrated into our desktops, they have done notifications in real time, they could be customized to our own needs …
Mostly, people will say that they just use the IDE and I haven't really seen many people leveraging the power of refactorings, shortcuts, or other awesome IDE features that are out there. Why? Laziness? Carelessness? Neglect?