Test-driven development is not about testing. Test-driven development is about development (and design), specifically improving the quality and design of code. The resulting unit tests are just an extremely useful by-product.Continue reading
You can view an application as a train, and components as wagons. It’s possible to let go some of them if needed, like features for a project backlog. But here, instead of saving now on time or cost (implementation), you mostly save on future cost (maintenance).
Express has support for REST API. This example is inspired by SpringBoot’s Data/REST generated API, with auto-doc. Here’s how.
When you let your Eclipse IDE auto-organize your List/Map imports, it struggles with it and break …it’s a loss of productivity on every single file ! (ex: duplicate classes like List: java.awt.List, java.util.List and Map)
This article is about RESTful maturity. It’s not a definition of levels of REST itself, but a simple approach with examples with HTTP, Spring.
To configure your own DataSource for SpringBoot, with fully automatic initialization, semi-auto or static configuration. With various properties or a JNDI.
A remake of the Maslow’s pyramid, but for software developers.
Here is a quick reminder of the Agile Manifesto’s content from 2001, followed by some examples with code, doc, charts, and tasks (classic VS agile way).
Stopwatch is designed for this purpose, and is one of the best way to measure time execution in .NET.