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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 […]Continue reading
I’ve read an article in the German Javamagazin from Arno Haase and I think I’ll show you the foolish games of Java on the 1st of April.Continue reading
Last time I’ve shown how to run Liquibase changesets from Maven and I gave a forecast for an ASAP post about Liquibase and Java. Well, the as soon as possible is more than a month but finally I’m here to show you a simple way to integrate Liquibase in your java application.Continue reading
Recently I got a question from one of our customers: how do we validate XMLs against their XSD definition? Because we offer an XML based interface to our system, where the customers have to provide the XML data which we read into the system — and naturally we give an Exception if the provided XML […]Continue reading
So, as I mentioned before I’ll list some portions of Python code here, eventually describing the differences between earlier (2.7 and before) and newer (3 and above) versions of Pythons, have some GUI examples and such kind of work. To not jump right into deep water I prepared a simple game “Guess the Number” in […]Continue reading
OK, imagine you work on a software which has a lot of modules, you have a database in the background and you use it. You create, read, update and delete data, the reading queries contain sometimes an IN clause where you enter some values. Beside this you are damned you are forced you have to […]Continue reading