In our previous blog post, we have already introduced the topic of Microservices Consumer Driven Contract (CDC) Testing and the motivation behind it. We also took a […]

After some years of Coding Dojos at NovaTec a colleague of mine asked me if it is possible to allow colleagues from other branch offices […]

Background Information In the world of software engineering we frequently face change. The arrival of the concept of “Microservices” is one of those recent events, […]

Every smartphone user is familiar with the following scenario: You install an app from your respective app store. Before actual using the app, you have […]

Application logs are very useful when trying to understand why an application did what it did. This is also true when you debug a failing […]

Gson is a small Java library for serializing objects into JSON and deserializing JSON back to java objects. But how can we deal with object […]

As software engineers we are working in a rapidly changing field that challenges us to keep up with the newest methods and technologies. We cannot […]

Abstract In this post, I will try to introduce you to the concept of JSON Web Tokens and show a way to use them in […]

Null references were Tony Hoare’s notorious “billion-dollar mistake”. However, as Java developers we are used to living with them. They were there from the start […]

JUnit 5 Extension Lifecycle Update 09.01.2017: The JUnit team decided to include my issue in the next milestone release (M4). With that, the TestInstancePostProcessor extension […]

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