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 […]

Maintaining Xcode on a CI server has always been a hassle. Over the past we suffered through different solutions, from connection via VNC and updating Xcode […]

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. […]

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 […]

Introduction I’m a Java developer for more than seven years and I have been always fine with it. Since a few years I’m also developing Android […]

A few weeks ago we dealt with the question if it’s possible to mix client-side Angular 2 components with static content rendered on the server-side. […]

DB2 REORG is not a very common topic for a classic application developer.  But if you are developing your application that runs on top of […]

The following blog post describes how to set up a minimal Java Messaging Service (JMS) example while using new features of the JMS API (Version […]

If you don’t know Swagger, Swagger is a tool for documenting REST APIs. The documents are written in YAML, which I call XML for lazy people […]

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 […]

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