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January 30, 2018  11:21 PM

Developers, learn from the iPhone battery glitch

MarkSpritzler Profile: MarkSpritzler
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Apple is forcing all of its older iPhone and iPad users to buy new devices by throttling their batteries as they get older. Countries that perceive this as unsavoury forced obsolescence have demanded Apple executives explain themselves. Class action lawsuits...

January 6, 2018  12:29 AM

Requirements management and software integration: Why one can’t live without the other

RebeccaDobbin Profile: RebeccaDobbin
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With the complexity of products being built today, no one person can understand all the pieces. Yet everyone involved is still responsible for ensuring their work is compatible with co-workers and aligns with the company’s strategy. The only way to keep everyone moving toward the same goal is to...


November 23, 2017  1:26 AM

Constructors or static factory methods?

yegor256 Profile: yegor256
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I believe Joshua Bloch said it first in his very good book "Effective Java": static factory methods are the preferred way to instantiate objects compared with constructors. I disagree. Not only because I believe that static methods are pure...


November 23, 2017  1:25 AM

How spending too much time debugging causes trouble

OverOps Profile: OverOps
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We asked some of the engineering teams that we work with how much time their developers spend on debugging processes. The answer? On average, 25% of developers’ time is spent on debugging alone. That...


November 13, 2017  1:39 PM

Five features to make Java even better

yegor256 Profile: yegor256
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I stumbled upon this proposal by Brian Goetz for data classes in Java, and immediately realized that I too have a few...


November 3, 2017  2:40 PM

The One Thing That Is Repeatedly Breaking Your CI/CD Workflow

OverOps Profile: OverOps
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Companies and teams want to move fast. This includes frequent releases, constantly updating the product and keep team members on their toes about new and relevant technology. These needs led to the rise of...


October 27, 2017  1:17 AM

What’s new in Enterprise Java News? Some JSF. Some Java EE. Some Liferay. Stuff like that.

kito99 Profile: kito99
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In this episode, Kito, Danno, and Ian discuss the Equifax hack (caused by an unpatched version of Struts), news from the Polymer Summit, Oracle’s donation of Java EE to Eclipse, Docker in-depth, and...


October 27, 2017  1:15 AM

Lazy Loading and Caching via Sticky Cactoos Primitives

yegor256 Profile: yegor256
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You obviously know what lazy loading is, right? And you no doubt know about caching. To my knowledge,...


October 27, 2017  12:13 AM

Freenode ##java’s interesting content podcast

JosephOttinger Profile: JosephOttinger
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The ##java channel on Freenode IRC has been collecting interesting content for years, including content from here on TSS on occasion. Now, it's being collected into a weekly podcast, at http://javachannel.org/ . The RSS feed for the podcast itself is


October 6, 2017  4:13 PM

Digital transformation spells opportunity for developers

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford
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Digital transformation and cloud offer opportunities, not redundancy, for CIOs and software developers, said California Department of Conservation...


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