In this article, I want to share the 5 basic pillars I believe a successful programming course should build upon.
Introducing SneakyThrow. A Java library to ignore Checked Exceptions.
In this article, I show how to ignore checked exceptions in Java. I will cover the rationale, common patterns and list some libraries created for this use case.
I want to make the case that good design makes exceptions the exception — something so wrong that the user can not do anything about it. In most cases, the best approach will be to show the user a single, generic message when exceptions occur.
In this article I show how well-meant null checks and default values can cause serious bugs.
In this post I show two possible solutions to automate the upgrade of the Angular CLI-generated dependencies in an application.
This articles describes the shift to modern software development by discarding pure coding in favour of using and applying the right libraries and tools.
In this posting I show how to ignore code generated by Lombok in the upcoming version of Jacoco 0.7.10.
In Single-Page-Applications (SPAs), the server usually provides endpoints (API) and does no rendering at all. I will show how to convert message types of an API to TypeScript types automatically within the context of Spring MVC.