Hello again! In the previous blog post I explained TDD theory in general, without close reference to Java, but in this part we start a TDD practice. Our goal is to go through all phases of TDD: from requirement analysis to refactoring of tested code. All this we will do on example with Java, JUnit and 'fake' requirements.
Welcome to an introduction in Test Driven Development (TDD) series. We will talk about Java and JUnit in a context of TDD, but these are just tools. The main aim of the article is to give you a comprehensive understanding of TDD regardless of programming language and testing framework.
Hello everyone, java and scala developers, big data engineers, geeks and random readers who opened the #GeekListener digest. So what was interesting on the previous week? There are a banch of things: echoes of the JavaOne conference, java lambdas, education, scala stuff and a humour which you may expect from me.
Working with a JSON is very common task in a software development process. In Scala you can do it in many ways, either with help of Java popular libraries such as Jackson or using Scala specific libraries. How to make a right choice from the Spray JSON, Play JSON, Argonaut, Jackson, Rapture and many more?
This is the first blog post in a new category #GeekListener. Here, I’ll publish all tweets, which I’ve liked for the previous week. It makes even more sense, after Twitter has replaced “stars” with “hearts”. I'm following JVM tweets and software development tweets in general, so digest lays exactly in this space.
Finally I write to my blog. I'm so excited, because more then 6 months I haven't wrote here. I do not want to make excuses, since I worked on another projects and now I'm ready to present them. If you are belong to 10 000 of my regular readers you definitely know that my blog is an educational in general. And I'm really glad to announce my new direction of development - e-learning.