During my talk at the “ScaleUp 360 Legacy IT Europe” conference, an important part of the discussion was about the notion of Legacy. As usual,
This article is for you if you are a junior coder or a senior coder unsure about your future. Tags: Featured post, Lifestyle, Software Engineering
ScaleUp 360 Legacy IT is an important conference on legacy software modernization issues, and I was honored to have been invited this year as a
In this article, we suggest you to get acquainted with the free editor of web languages – CodeLobster IDE. It is presented on the software
This article is an answer to the excellent article of CQRS is an AntiPattern for DDD.
This small state of the art illustrates various use-cases where tools can be used to generate code and data to ease the coder’s life.
My feedback from testing the Ponicode IA powered test generation tool. Recently, the company PoniCode has attracted the attention of some investors and consequently the
Je m’offre un droit de réponse à l’article du blog : “Comment garder tes développeurs” ( Ou pas…) Cette réponse est sinon humoristique; certainement du
This list presents fourth solutions that fits well for a small / medium Software Editor / IT Company. All the solutions are Web based and licence-free.
This article is a quick HOW-TO after struggling with Google Cloud Build about how to send notifications when a build has failed or is successful.
This blog post is about the two machine-learning frameworks Smile and DeepLearning4j. I am presenting my feedback and some hints useful for any Java developers
Book review of Java by comparison, an ultimate compilation of exercices and good tips for whom wants to improve their coding skills.
This article is presenting some hints about how to optmize your JVM memory with GCEasy and an interesting article from Opta Planner.