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Key Software Factory Tools in the Java World

Here are some popular free and/or freemium tools for creating a software factory for a Java project :

Unit Tests

Extreme Practices - Video

The video of our talk at AgileTour Beirut is finally available online!

You can watch it here:

You can also have a look at my previous two blogs on the subject: 11 more words

TDD

Lane Johnson feels he was wronged by NFL and NFLPA, is filing charges against both

Offensive lineman Lane Johnson is refusing to back down from his belief that he was wronged when he was handed a 10-game PED suspension by the NFL. 314 more words

Philadelphia Eagles

Once again, Eagles need to fill a hole left at right tackle

The Eagles may have lost their right tackle Halapoulivaati Vaitai in their lost to the Seahawks. Vaitai suffered a grade two MCL sprain on Sunday in Seattle. 307 more words

Philadelphia Eagles

Book review -Test-Driven Java Development by Viktor Farcic

I recently finished the book “Test-Driven Java Development” by Viktor Farcic. This is an amazing book and the author does a great job explaining all the tools and frameworks that he uses throughout the book such as Docker, Vagrant, Gradle and so on. 158 more words

Integration Testing

Spark Test Suite Framework

Typically when writing code for Spark, you will get more benefit and peace of mind from testing your assumptions about how Spark executes your code than each of your small functions in isolation (though I’d recommend doing both). 413 more words

Spark

Mock System class with Mockito + PowerMock

In this post, I am going to show how to mock the System.getenv and System.getProperty methods.

I have used Mockito and PowerMock to do this. Make sure to include the below dependencies in your pom file. 348 more words

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