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re: Hexagonal Architecture doesn't really work
Hmm - That's interesting. So you end up with: The actual...
re: Hexagonal Architecture doesn't really work
I wondered about that after I wrote the post, but that also...
re: How to test views?
So, I'm actually doing three levels of testing: Unit Test...
re: Why I prefer Kotlin
A little, but not enough to really know what I'm talking ab...
re: Everything you need to know about React Hooks
I do agree here for useState. I can see some of the other h...
re: ... Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the magic
I'll be honest, I tend to have the opposite problem with Sp...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
So, without wanting to sound flippant, what's the one comma...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
So, at my day job, Windows 10 isn't supported yet. We've go...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
So - and I'm seriously interested here - how do you achieve...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
maven-frontend-plugin is awesome. I love it for combined bu...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
I absolutely agree. However, for most people the build tool...
re: Node.js has a higher cognitive load than Java
The thing is, JavaScript has a reputation for being used fo...
re: Self Documenting code isn't
And that, in my mind, is absolutely great. My problem is th...
re: Steps to starting a new project
Absolutely. This was my full list, and I neglected to say t...
re: Steps to starting a new project
That sounds so much like me it's almost scary! :)
re: I hate front-end build processes
I used to hate them too. I used to carefully craft them in ...
re: Cucumber and Spring Boot
If you're using Maven, then the Failsafe plugin will automa...
re: Why I like Maven
The reason is simply because a lot of projects are using it...
re: Do you need OAuth/OAuth2/OpenID Connect?
Tomcat, for example, manages a user session where it stores...
re: Database seeding/access for acceptance testing
Imagine you are writing a Blog. You're standard API will gi...
re: Perfect vs Good Enough
It's on my bookshelf already, though I must confess it's be...
re: Why I prefer Kotlin
I used to use and like Lombok, but less so now. It looks an...
re: Why I prefer Kotlin
Better in some ways, worse in others. My understanding of ...
re: Automated tests before reaching market - worth it or not?
For myself, I think API level tests are absolutely worth it...
re: Test First Development at different test stages
Given that it's an iterative process, I'm referring to subs...
re: Why I struggle with Node
Good question. I've actually moved away from Atom to VS Cod...
re: Where Should Tests Live?
In all my Java projects, tests live in a separate tree - sr...
re: How did you get into programming in the first place?
ZX spectrum, at the age of about 5. Software either came on...
re: My personal take on TDD
the design of classes and how they should interact That ...
re: My personal take on TDD
I will say right now that I'm all for mocking in your unit ...
re: My personal take on TDD
This idea works really well when the units being tested are...
re: Why I struggle with Node
mktmp.io looks fantastic, but it unfortunately fails one of...
re: Why I struggle with Node
It's definitely on my list of things to try out. The proble...
re: Why I struggle with Node
The DI needs are a lot more than just Service Locator thoug...
re: Why I struggle with Node
I've not tried VS Code yet to be honest. Most of the Node w...
re: Why I struggle with Node
Mocking modules can be done in a number of ways, but almost...
re: Data classes in Kotlin
Yeah - turns out I don't know how to write short articles.....
re: The TDD debate: What a false dichotomy!
Personally, I've found that TDD works well at the Integrati...
re: Hi, I'm Graham
Thank you :) Though I can't promise that what I write will ...
re: Why I prefer Kotlin
Data Classes are the biggest, most obvious candidate. You c...
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