“Plan to throw one away” Fred Brooks, The Mythical Man Month: Essays on Software Engineering Slightly less famous that his “No silver bullet” and “Mythical man month” statements is Fred Brooks’ above admonishment. It’s perfectly reasonable – based as all his conclusions are on a wealth of experience, detailed analysis and investigation, and sound reasoning – and yet how frequently do we...
Set up a REST API with Spring and Java based Configuration, HTTP response codes, REST payloads and marshalling.
Maven pom.xml files may be repeatedly verbose from project to project; jcabi-parent offers a pre-configured solution.
A look at what it means to be truly in the present in interactively observing software execution behavior and its performance.
The Enterprise Java Newscast, hosted by Kito D. Mann, Ian Hlavats, and Daniel Hinojosa, is a monthly podcast that covers the latest headlines in the world of Enterprise Java development. This time they are joined by Oracle JavaEE Technical Evangelist Reza Rahman.
In Part II of this blog I explain those metrics on database, connection pool and error detection side that I look at when analyzing load test results: Avg # SQLs per User (should go down over time with caching), Connection Acquisition Time instead of just looking at Pool Utilization and Ratio between # Exception vs Log Messages are some of the metrics that you should also add to your portfolio
Today I’ll explain how to use HTML 5, to read information about file(s) selected by users, and to upload the file(s) on a server. The FileApi is one of the most interesting features added with HTML 5. Now we can display file(s) information before they are uploaded on the server, and we can send them without “posting” a form.
Typically JVMs are monitored by using remote JMX monitoring tools. There are signficant problems wth this approach.Examples: how do you monitor a farm of JVMs without having and administrative headache ofsetting up remote JMX configurations, ports, SSL, etc etc.
Mocking frameworks is not a good practice and should be your last resort; instead, create and ship fake classes together with your code
null. It’s one of the first things you learn in Java; if not because your teacher or tutorial is outright telling you all about it, you’ll be confronted with a NullPointerException. Let’s revisit the topic. I’ll show you a few tricks to sidestep the need to deal with null, or null lookalikes, entirely.
What are some of the best integrations available to optimize your JIRA workflow?
In this aticle we take you through Java testing using FindBugs and PMD in NetBeans.
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