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Book : Java by Comparison, Simon Harrer

Book Review : Java by Comparison

This is a book review of Java by comparison (you may check and buy it there https://java.by-comparison.com), an ultimate compilation of exercices and good tips for whom wants to improve their coding skills. How many books about Code quality have you read ? Books having a real impact on your code code quality, your coder philosophy ?

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javapoet syntax example

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.

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Cleancode infography

1st May 2018 | Cleancode, Featured post, Refactoring | No Comments

Cleancode principle

Today I have produce a small infography with some cleancode principles that are important for me in my daily job of a coder.

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I was the guest of an amazing French IT company Slickteam last week.  The subject was to share experience and tricks about Cleancode.

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A short article to complete the page of MkYoung about the streams (link here).

How to write loops using lambdas and streams without using for ? (more…)

Legacy Software migration

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.

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Leave your comfort zone

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.

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Java 8 Threads/Promises/CompletableFuture/ForkNodePool

I am writing a new release of my Spring CQRS Module(link1, link2), including a parallel execution feature. Concurrency issues can be hard to solve especially with new programming language features.

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JBehave : code

An article dealing with Java application and testing frameworks and related libraries. (more…)

This article is a presentation of a new little framework, I have developed and used on several projects.

The framework is for Spring Framework and requires Java 8.0. The code is on GitHub and downloadable from Bintray or JCenter.

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