This article is an answer to the excellent article of CQRS is an AntiPattern for DDD.
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 attention of medias and the developers from the tooling ecosystem / Software Craftmanship. As As you may know, I am a modest Software Craftman practicer […]
Je m’offre un droit de réponse à l’article du blog : “Comment garder tes développeurs” ( Ou pas…) Cet article expose la longue liste de revendications de développeurs pleurnichards. On dirait la wishlist d’un millénial, totalement égocentrique et déconnecté de la notion de marché. Pour répondre de […]
Book review of Java by comparison, an ultimate compilation of exercices and good tips for whom wants to improve their coding skills.
I have been recently writings tools to convert Beanshell code in Java. This is a technical post to compare some frameworks to generate java source code. Related Posts:Codacy : an easy-to use code quality review solutionBook Review : Java by comparison, how to improve…Zabbix vs Prometheus which is the best […]
Today I have produce a small infography with some cleancode principles that are important for me in my daily job of a coder. Related Posts:Cleancode principle : the boy scout ruleCleancode session – feedback Tags: Cleancode, Featured post, Refactoring
I was the guest of an amazing French IT company Slickteam last week. The subject was to share experience and tricks about Cleancode. Related Posts:PoniCode : My feedback and a mixed overall feeling…Quest for a CMS in 2018 : KeystoneJS FeedbackCleancode infographyCleancode principle : the boy scout rule Tags: Cleancode, […]
Here is a small checklist about how to migrate a legacy migration and to ensure its success. This article is part of my work to explain my knowledge about Software migration in the company Byoskill. Related Posts:Disruption in Software Quality Assessment ?To rewrite or not to rewrite a softwareConcurrency issues […]
To be or not to be (happy), that’s the question. In this article, I expose some thoughts about what could make a software developer happy in his work. I wrote this article with several targeted audience in mind : Junior developers, Senior Techleads and H&R resources. Related Posts:Disruption in Software […]