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Review: Beauteque Mask Maven (May)

I am extremely thankful for the opportunity to have been able to review this May’s bag! My opinions about the overall service still holds and I have only positive things to say about it. 330 more words


The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell

I was previously told by a coworker that I was a maven, someone who possesses a large amount of information about a vast quantity of varying subjects but who shares this information with others because they want to improve others’ lives, not because they want to show off. 174 more words


Developer training cycle

As part of my wannabe career as developer, I have decided that I have to learn some of technologies which are used besides Java, and are a mandatory for a successful programming career. 276 more words


Using Spock Framework In a Spring Maven Java Project

“Spock is a testing and specification framework for Java and Groovy applications. What makes it stand out from the crowd is its beautiful and highly expressive specification language.” (From the framework’s documentation – … 604 more words


Using Maven to handle Unity assets with Git or SVN

Alright. Let’s talk version control.

If you have ever tried to use Git or SVN with a project that contains large files (models, textures, libraries, etc), you’ll know that Git and SVN choke on them.   2,452 more words

dropwizard-jobs - My First Open Source Contribution

I am very exited today.
Today I did an actual contribution to the open source community.
I helped publishing Java libraries to maven central.

The library we published is a plugin for dropwizard that uses quartz: 474 more words


Generating Cobertura reports for multi-module maven based application

All typical maven based JEE projects do have Cobertura integrated. I’ll not go in details of what Cobertura actually is since this blog post assumes that the reader has some basic knowledge about it. 651 more words