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Spring Initializr

First of all: more delay in the posts because I’ve changed my job this week so I do not have as much time to write as I prefer. And now about this article: the Initializr project of Spring is something you can start along with. I’ve found it as I went through the Spring Boot […]

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Why Katas?

A good question, why you need Katas to be a better programmer. I won’t answer this question fully but I try to explain why Katas are good and why you should do them if you can.

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Configuration with Spring

As a little milestone in the “Variations” project I’ll introduce Spring as a configuration and dependency injection framework, inversion of control container and so on — after the big part Liquibase. I will not give a full stack introduction to Spring. I suggest you to read a book in this topic, there are many good introductory […]

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Setting up Travis CI

For integrated testing  I set up a Travis CI account to have a continuous integration tool for my Variations project — because sometimes a local build yields other results than a build on committed sources. Mostly if you forget to commit something or you use a dependency which is not properly configured in maven or gradle. And […]

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