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A brief list of things that made me a better developer and a less anxious person.
Test Driven Development: Even if nobody in your team is doing TDD and your manager thinks it is just building a servlet for each back end Web Service, you can start applying TDD today and become a better developer. 672 more words
Whew! The third and final broadcast of the Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit just finished with the APAC broadcast a few minutes ago. If you missed it – I had a session called “Getting Started with the Oracle Maven Repository” which shows you how to use our new repository. 37 more words
One thing that is often bothering me about Maven is the extensive logging of download messages. Usually I am not interested in these messages unless something is really wrong, and then it is important to know, which URLs are accessed for download. 450 more words
La mise en place progressive de méthodes d’automatisation a permis d’automatiser complètement le cycle de vie des applications, depuis le développement jusqu’au déploiement. Nous verrons dans cet article les changements que cela implique, et quels sont les avantages que l’on a à automatiser l’ensemble du cycle. 833 more words
As per the official website, TestNG is a testing framework designed to simplify a broad range of testing needs, from unit testing (testing a class in isolation of the others) to integration testing (testing entire systems made of several classes, several packages and even several external frameworks, such as application servers) 257 more words