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Mad as a March hare sale course on Vimeo On-Demand

05 March 2020 Comments off

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It’s the month of March and we are mad hatters. Here is a crazy huge discount code for my online-course on Vimeo On-Demand     MarchHare2020 75% OFF! Test-Driven Development using Kotlin *             *Offers subject to terms and condition. You need a Vimeo login account to benefit. Authors / […]

Devoxx 2019 – Why we pair?

10 November 2019 Comments off

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Last Thursday, at Devoxx Belgium 2019, I presented a talk called “Why we pair?” This is my talk on Youtube ?       Here is feedback from my talk:   Peter Koch (@petikoch)   Ko Turk (@KoTurk77)   Gerry Noij (@Misano9699 Supreme benefits)   Gerry Noij (@Misano9699 Challengers)     Google Slides (Readonly access): […]

Digital Java EE 7 Training Series 1 Episode 8 parts III and IV

04 September 2017 Comments off

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Digital Java EE 7 Training Series 1 Episode 8 part III In this episode I discuss modern microservices with Payara and RESTful services. I look at the code to develop a RESTful resources of football stadia and their teams.     This is part 3 Digital Java EE 7 Training Series 1 Episode 8 part […]

Elegance versus Functionality

24 March 2017 Comments off

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I found over decades of software development that the concept of elegance of code is at constant flux with the idea of functionality. Single Page Application paradigm #0 Hello there reader! I use these little pop overs dialogs to provide extra information to the article. Please click elsewhere on the view to dismiss it. Thank […]

Digital Java EE 7 2016 Series 1 Episode 6 Execute Arquillian Integration Test inside IDEA

05 March 2016 Comments off

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Using the source code from the Java EE 7 Developer Handbook, I demonstrate how to execute an Arquillian integration test inside IDEA. You learn how to create a runtime configuration and with this knowledge you will be able to debug and verify functionality, and accelerate iterative engineering.     +PP+     Feedback is always […]

Retracing JavaOne 2014

08 October 2014 Comments off

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  Photo License My photos are licensed under Creative Commons License 2.5. You must include the license. You must attribute the source. You cannot use my work, the source for commercial activities. You cannot edit or derive the source. For more information read the license or for enquiries contact me. JavaOne 2014 is my ten […]

Scala Maps and Sorting

04 June 2014 Comments off

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This is blog entry originally written in the middle May 2014. I also seem to writing this code every 3 months or so and then I forgot. So I need a trigger to remember exactly how to work Scala Maps and sort the entries by key. Let’s break out the Scala REPL. We will create […]

JavaCro 2014

15 April 2014 Comments off

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I will be seeing some Croatian friends in May in Porec, thanks to the organisers JavaCro 2014, who kindly sent an invitation to come and speak at their conference. I will give two talks: one keynote and a technical session. The working titles are Digital Development with Java EE and Mixing Scala with Java EE […]

Cake Pattern, Self Types and Realistic Example

09 April 2014 Comments off

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Original drafted 17 March 2014 for an incomplete article. The Cake pattern for Scala using a flaming cake as well. This is the quasi-production code: This is the learning test code: Assuming that you know what you are doing: insert this code into a test Scala project with a decent IDE. Run the test should […]

My HTTP Response Java Enumeration Type (Contracting;-)

27 November 2013 4 comments

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Here is a HTTP Response Java Enumeration type from yesteryear. In some client’s project, I have seen various constants like this: Which is absolutely awful and these constants are not consistently used in the code base. Worse of all, the code I have refactored will use literal constants. Even more worse, is the fact these […]

Reprise CON4279 Test-Driven Development with Java EE 7 Talk

30 October 2013 Comments off

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At last, I have the October screencast, as I promised weeks ago whilst in the USA. This is a reprisal of my JavaOne 2013 talk, which was called Test-Driven Development with Java EE 7, Arquillian and Enterprise Containers. The conference id was CON4279. As I reprised this JavaOne talk, I actually then realised that it […]

Sorry, JMS 2.0 standalone examples are not that simple

23 October 2013 6 comments

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Well I going to have to leave this one for somebody who is more expert than me, because I have more things to do with my time now. I had a question from a reader about the source code for Java EE 7 Developer Handbook. Does JMS 2.0 standalone work as a client? What I […]

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