In a previous post I introduced how the @XmlAnyElement(lax=true) annotation could be used to create a very flexible mapping. In this post I'll dig a bit deeper into how it relates to both the @XmlRootElement and @XmlElementDecl.
For me personally, I am a fan of IT governance, and feel that it valuable part of any corporate IT department. However, depending on how it is implemented can really affect the value of using IT governance.
JUnit is an open source framework designed by Kent Beck, Erich Gamma for the purpose of writing and running test cases for java programs. In the case of web applications JUnit is used to test the application with out server. This framework builds a relationship between development and testing process.
As much as I hope to inform and educate, this blog is as much to serve as a record of my journey into graph-based databases. I'm hoping that as I continue to learn that others may hopefully glean some knowledge/insight from my posts (however little or much that may be).
Singleton is not the horrible goblin it‘s been made out to be. The newest vanguards (EE6 w/CDI and TypeSafe and their simpletonian Ruby-like ‘framework‘ Play), leave us to either use Singletons or produce code that is hideously unmaintainable.