The Java Shell

JDK9 is on its way. Meanwhile, the early access version is available for playing around and experimenting.

Written on October 9, 2016
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Never accept a counter-offer

I guess we all have experienced a job change at least once. There might be different reasons to change the job; new opportunities, better salary, problems with coworkers and so on. I call it a trigger of a change. When it triggers, it’s hard to stop and there are two possible scenarios afterwards

Written on October 2, 2016
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Choosing an HTTP Status made easy.

One of the important design decisions while building a RESTful API is to decide which HTTP Status to return. In theory, this should be easy, because there is a clear specification which describes each and every HTTP Status, so all is needed is to go through the protocol and find a status appropriate for the specific resource.

Written on September 25, 2016
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Class loading in Java. Takeaways.

It is easy to find an answer to any kind of a question by searching it in web. I’m a strong believer that a good programmer tries to understand and analyze the problem, read documentation first before searching for an easy answer.

Written on September 14, 2016
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red-green-refactor development style

TDD is not only a software development process, it’s a mindset and development style. I’ve been practising TDD techniques for a while, but only recently started to follow red-green-refactor approach, which has been described by James Shore more than 10 years ago and is more than actual till now.

Written on September 8, 2016
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