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Recently one of my old co-workers sent me the URL to exercism.io. I looked at it and fell instantly into love. In this article I will explain why I love the site and how you could benefit from using it too.Continue reading
I am reading The Passionate Programmer by Chad Fowler (review follows when I am done with the book) and there he mentions that a Java expert should know other things of the language he/she uses than just coding. In this article I will look at some core points you should know if you want to […]Continue reading
FindBugs is a good tool to find hidden problems in your code you would not find with the compiler tool. Some people use the results for blaming co-developers for the findings. However you should use FindBugs even if you are just starting programming because if you look at the findings, you can learn a bunch […]Continue reading
This article is about what am I doing currently and what my plans are for this blog in the (near) future. I’d say it is worth to read this article although it does not contain any code or examples. However it contains topics for future articles and code examples…Continue reading
If we want to work with a relational database we need our entities which are stored in and loaded from the database. Entities are Java objects which will be mapped to a line in a relational database table. In this post I’ll introduce the needed entities for the variations project.Continue reading
As mentioned in the article series of the Variations project I’ll use Spring as the core business logic framework. For the persistence Layer I’ll introduce now Hibernate. Hibernate provides a mapping between Java objects and relational database tables and vice versa. Let’s look how to do it.Continue reading