So every time I am designing something new I find myself either searching Google or opening... more »
The very funny story of a young Java developer growing up in a .NET family.
Java fans (and .Net haters) behold: This will leave you rolling on the floor laughing.
A useful guide to redirecting web pages and keeping it seo-friendly.
I am very upset about this. It seems one guy decides what is worthy or not and no one else. Shame on wikipedia
An effective strategy for handling exceptions is to catch them at the boundary of a... more »
It took me about one and a half year to update my cheat sheet about clean code and TDD. But... more »
DZone's MVB program brings together a group of highly talented bloggers, authors, and... more »
How much math does a programmer need to know to do his job? These days with all the... more »
I have compiled two cheat sheets about clean code. The first covers clean code – code that is... more »
Since the beginning of July, I've been working on a java project. The language is very close... more »
The glory of Apache Maven. Would you consider leaving all the conveniences of .Net Framework... more »
After considering a number of alternatives, we decided to essentially
adopt the C# syntax. ... more »
5 genuine reasons why anyone should consider using an ORM tool. This is a must read for any... more »
I’ll be frank. I’ve worked for some real dumb assholes (in the past) as have many I’m... more »
Why exposing the database through a web-service (RESTful or otherwise) is wrong.
This post contains the list of sites offering Programming, Information Technology and... more »
What makes a programmer really a "good" programmer?
A simple pitfall to avoid while naming a boolean variable
This is a very funny movie trailer for Microsoft .NET vs Java – Parody of other movie... more »
Why Java is more open than .Net
In the last week I've seen two surveys of the IT industry posted that indicate two things: ... more »
This is a quick reference guide to highlight some key syntactical differences between Java... more »
Too many programmers catch exceptions too often, causing both mainline and error handling... more »
A great list of Web 2.0 Design Guides.
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