Last Update: 14.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
I am working on the project from the stone-age again and some devs definitely had a knack for writing long methods. Very loooooooong methods.
The longest one I was analyzing yesterday was roughly 4 or 5 screen heights long (laptop) with lots of conditions and loops. It was hard to follow and I lost several times where I was in the logic.
Last Update: 13.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Problems look differently depending on where you stand. And if you only look from one, you might miss a good solution to it. Or maybe even miss that what looked like a problem is no problem at all. And the closer you are to the problem, the harder it gets to see something else or from a different angle. It’s human. We devs are no exception.
Last Update: 10.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Apparently, no one cares.
Last Update: 07.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Do you care?
Last Update: 05.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Zero answers so far. I bet you can do better.
Last Update: 03.09.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
There is, indead.
Last Update: 31.08.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
Clarity is Power!
Last Update: 29.08.2018. By Jens in Newsletter
I was in the progress of writing today’s tutorial and stumbled upon a stupid little mistake I made in the Kanban API we run at the beginning of this year. So, instead of the tutorial, you’ll get that.
Last Update: 28.08.2018. By Jens in Spring Boot
In Commandline Applications with Spring Boot we also implemented a command line app using the CommandLineRunner interface provided by Spring. However, argument/options/parameter handling is not that good with it. Luckily, there is an even better method of writing a command line app with Spring Boot and also have good options parsing with the ApplicationRunner interface.
Last Update: 27.08.2018. By Jens in Spring Boot
A question that almost always comes up in my training. So, it is time to answer it for anyone and not only in-class.