This article is an answer to the excellent article of CQRS is an AntiPattern for DDD.
Let’s discover how Gall’s law can be applied to software programing.
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 attention of medias and the developers from the tooling ecosystem / Software Craftmanship. As As you may know, I am a modest Software Craftman practicer […]
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 interested into machine learning. Introduction and disclaimer This blog post is based on my own experience with Machine learning frameworks and java coding. I am […]
This post is talking about the software editor companies that creates Software quality tools.The investor concern is about how big is the threat of the opensource and how a company can create enough value to exists.
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 using several JS frameworks to produce slideshows and ultimately programmatic videos. Here is my feedback about two frameworks Reveal.js and Eagle.js.