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Does Spring scale in large projects?

The short answer is that it does not, from a development point of view. Actually it kind of scales better the less you use it. That sounds like something that would come from someone who hates Spring, but I don’t. … Continue reading

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Technical debt – How much can be justified?

That’s the ambitious title of my presentation that I held at Statens Pensjonskasse on their agile day. Technical debt is a wide topic, so having an understanding of what it means is important before the discussion on how much can … Continue reading

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BDoc, so far

I have been working with BDoc for almost two years now. The characteristics of the work is that of R&D, small steps, all the time gaining more insight. The first public appearance of BDoc was on The Server Side 2008, … Continue reading

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Efficient testing – My JavaZone presentation

  Testing is more than verifying a set of requirements, in my view it is also a tool for having the code ready for change and new requirements. But it is also possible to end up down the wrong path, … Continue reading

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Just BlazeDS

That’s the name of the next open source project I’m getting into. It was started out by Espen Dalløkken in February 2008, as an investigation on part of the Live Cycle (LC) suite from Adobe Labs, called BlazeDS. It is … Continue reading

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BDoc on TheServerSide.com

Read about BDoc on TheServerSide.com, and what other people have to say about it. Please join the discussion as well.                                            

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GUI Test Patterns

I had an interesting discussion about how to test applications through the user interface on JavaZone. I promised to sum up my experiences, so here it is: Setup Page Scenario: You have an application with a lot of pages and … Continue reading

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You code, BDoc documents

Meet me at Smidig2008, 9-10 October. This is the introduction to my lightning talk: Documentation will often be outdated the moment it has been written. Documenting is often considered to be a boring task as well. BDoc is a tool that … Continue reading

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BDoc

BDoc is the name my open source project that extracts documentation from unit tests. The ‘B’ stands for behaviour and reveals that BDoc also is a tool for Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD). My goal is to promote Test First and let … Continue reading

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