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Write your first Gradle plugin
by Magnus Borgström

A promise to hit the sweet spot   The Gradle build system promises to hit the sweet spot between Ant and Maven. It allows for convention over configuration build scripts (lesser code). The build scripts are highly readable and compact compared to its XML based cousins (looking at you Ant and Maven) thanks to its own groovy ...

How health- and biotech related experience of regulatory requirements can be applied on other industries Being a consultant company, we often run into questions related to the Patient Data Act (PDA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other regulatory requirements and principles. We have developed a method to address regulatory and other non-functional requirements. Our company has ...

Michael Hunger’s talk had an elegant solution to an actual, unsolved problem of mine     After attending a software development conference, you usually return back home with a bunch of new ideas and cool things you want to try out. But most of the time your ideas remain in experimental stage, since it’s often hard to find a ...

Using Aspects you can safe-guard that the code will keep in a good state after refactoring     How do we safe guard that new features will comply with the new design? A refactoring needs to be looked after. A refactoring aims to leave the code in a better state than before. But what happens after the dust is settled and it ...

The refactoring safety net
by Mattias Olofsson

Your black box tests will give you the confidence and keep you safe   Don’t underestimate the value of keeping your unit tests in shape. When it’s time for refactoring, your black box tests will help you get the job done faster. There are many good reasons why you should unit test your code, an important one is that if ...

Do not be afraid to change and re-change as experience grows   The most successful way can be summarized in three words – “just do it”. It is very important to be quick and not be afraid to change and re-change as experience grows. Baby steps but very fast – The first review: What kind of things will we track ...

 


 

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