...or something like that
Designing a REST API can be difficult. Some frameworks, like Ruby on Rails, come with built-in conventions, which help, but sometimes your framework is quite willing to let you shoot yourself in the foot. For developers using those frameworks, I'd like to offer the following, which is a collection of conventions/rules that will help you . . .
Reviewing code is a necessary part of software development, but I've found that many developers either don't know how to do good code reviews or just don't do it effectively.
Here's the quick-and-dirty list I usually give my software teams. Answer these questions while reviewing someone else's code and it will eventually . . .
and Thanks for All the Drinks
A couple days ago, I learned that my best friend at work is leaving. His name is Dave.
It didn't come as any big surprise since I knew of several other things leading up to this point, but I had no idea if his timeline was several months out or only a few weeks away. Turns out to be even shorter than that. He'll be gone, leaving not . . .
You're no longer salaried."
A couple months ago, the private company I work for was acquired by a larger public company. So far there haven't been many changes, but the ones that have been made have all been for the worse. This includes:
- Reduction in benefits
- More stringent time reporting
- Canceled projects and expenses
Most of these I can live with (at least for . . .
When using JTA with Hibernate 4
So here's a common scenario.
You've got a mature Java app that uses:
- A JTA implementation (probably provided by your container) for distributed transactions
JtaTransactionManagerabstraction for app-defined transaction management
- Hibernate 3 for ORM
LocalSessionFactoryBeanfor building a Hibernate 3
. . .
Time to begin the slow and unpredictable process of change. Time to buckle down and start capturing the many thoughts and events of my life before they escape me. Time to stop waiting for changes and start making them happen. Time to begin creating my online persona.
Let's start with some context.
It's Monday, September . . .