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.
Book review of Java by comparison, an ultimate compilation of exercices and good tips for whom wants to improve their coding skills.
To rewrite or not rewrite a software ? Writing a software is a incredible difficult task. When the time has come for the software to know the retirement : should we rewrite it ? or have an progressive approach ? Related Posts:How to make a software developer happy ?SonarQube plugins […]
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:Software Quality Weekly […]
An article dealing with Java application and testing frameworks and related libraries. Related Posts:Loop using lambdas and streams in Java 8 for lazy dudeTest and Data Generation for Java Unit testsDeveloping with S3 and Java : useful linksJava In Production : some useful tools for profiling…How to make a software developer […]
I have received several requests after my first article dealing with CMS, Headless CMS (KeyStoneJS) and the rather gloomy conclusion. This article is giving a feedback of my next experiences. Related Posts:Software Quality Weekly Review March 2018The disappointing quest for an Headless CMS in 2017PoniCode : My feedback and a […]
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. Related Posts:New post (New post (New post (RT Vala Afshar…Spring Boot […]
I am writing on a new secret project. Related Posts:New SonarQube ESLint Release 0.3.0Should you invest in a new SQA company? 3 factsNew post (New post (New post (RT Vala Afshar…How to implement CQRS with Spring : new framework Tags: Cleancode, Framework, Programming, Software Engineering, Software Technologies
This is a simple example of code to demonstrate how to use the library fakesmtp-junit-runner to write integration tests with mail servers. The library has been released on GitHub and Maven Central. Related Posts:Writing custom Cobol Rules with SonarQubeTest and Data Generation for Java Unit testsUsing S3 libraries with Minio […]