Last Update: 04.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter
One thing I overlooked for a long time was having a compelling reason to learn something. So, for example, decades ago I went out to learn some Perl. Yeah seemed nice at that time, you could do web dev with it and so I started. Build some cgi scripts for integrating a site with an IRC bot for whatever reason. I don’t know, was a thing back then. Shortly after, I noticed that my interest in pursuing Perl was going downhills. And guess what, it eventually stopped altogether…
I got a few questions how long ti actually took me to build the OS X app without any prior experience in this field. Of course, I could give out a number, but that would not help anybody. Does it matter, if it took 1 or 5 days?
Last Update: 29.01.2019. By Jens in Newsletter
Using frameworks vs never using frameworks is a big question.
Beginners and even long-time users of Spring can forget that the magic is all about proxies. Yep, when Spring works its magic, your classes are proxied.
Last Update: 24.01.2019. By Jens in Newsletter
Anybody does that, no matter how advanced you are… It happened to me yesterday. One of the beginner mistakes around Spring. Forgetting the Proxy.
Last Update: 14.01.2019. By Jens in Learning
Yep, I said it. Right in the headline. And I mean it. Don’t use that pattern. To make it clear from the beginning, I am not against it, but like with any other decision do proper analysis before.
Last Update: 10.12.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Mindful coding? Are you serious? Yep, fear not. It’s no esoteric bullshit.
Last Update: 03.12.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Thank you to all for those who have given me feedback. I appreciate it and will use it :-)
Last Update: 29.11.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
When I think about those consequences, I always come back to one question:
Last Update: 28.11.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
The next article is about a new software system for medical clinics and how it changed the work of different kind of users like doctors, assistants and biz administrators. It is a prime example of the unintentional consequences a new software has on people. It is a long read though.