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5 Code Review Tricks the Experts Use - Based on 3.2 Million Lines of Code One of the work methods you’ll find in a growing number of companies are code reviews. While some might not like the idea of co-workers going through their code, others embrace it as a way to grow, learn or simply prove how awesome their code is. --
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AtomicReference: A (Sometimes Easier) Alternative to Synchronized Blocks Brian Goetz lists AtomicReference in his the book Java Concurrency in Practice in the in the section on advanced topics. Yet we will see that AtomicReferences are, for specific use cases, easier to use than synchronized blocks. --
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?Julia Evans? on Twitter xargs --
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Should Your Browser Make Client-Side Web API Calls? With libraries like jQuery, Angular, and React, most libraries already have the ability to make Web API calls out of the box. --
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Markus Eisele on Twitter https://buff.ly/1IlbmGI | Create useful .gitignore files for your project http://bit. --
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Why developers don’t use TDD Although the total number of acronyms in the programing industry has probably already exceeded the number of stars observable on the moonless night sky, only a subset has gained popularity and recognition. TDD definitely belongs to this group. --
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Immutability in Java This post isn’t a tutorial on how to design immutable objects in Java. It’s more of a lament, or perhaps an extended whine. --
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Simon Brown on Twitter Here’s one of my favourite quotes about up front design, by @daveathomas of @yow_conf --
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Strategy Pattern in Java with Example Can you tell me any design pattern which you have used recently in your project, except Singleton? This is one of the popular questions from various Java interviews in recent years. --
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Scala: Option Type (Part 2) In the previous article, I had given a very basic introduction to the Option Type here. We saw that one way to check if a value is present by means of an isDefined method of the option, and if it is present, get the value via the get method. --
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