Where will we sprint? There are a lot of blog posts about Spring and Spring Cloud out there. The Spring Blog for example, describes all […]

Overview This blog post described briefly some concepts to get started with (Red Hat) OpenShift Origin using Minishift. I will guide you through the process […]

In July 2017 the version 9 of Java will be relased. A new feature of this version is Jigsaw. Jigsaw is designed to make Java […]

When I was visiting the droidconUK last year, I was inspired by Matthew Dolan’s talk “Design and development: Best practices by example” how to organise […]

There are a lot of articles and blog posts about the pros and cons of having a layered architecture or an architecture, which result in architecture layers. […]

Handling concurrent access is quite common in transactional data managing systems. As long as your application only creates and reads data records concurrency is not […]

If you don’t check the architecture automatically, often the architecture is not followed due to the reason that the developer does not get a fast […]

Introduction The Page Object Pattern is a programming style for testing purposes, in which the functionality of a UI-component is being wrapped by an accessor […]

Abstract This blog post describes a tutorial how to get started with application development and deployment to a local and public Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) […]

The main goal of a database is to persist large data sets efficiently, consistently and durable. A database must answer client requests and provide required […]

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