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Thursday Nov 17, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 7

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. Introduction to Apache CXF Aegis Data Binding.

Tuesday Nov 01, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 6

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. Apache CXF Support for RESTful Web Services.

Thursday Oct 20, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 5

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. A Guide to Cassandra with Java.

Tuesday Oct 11, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 4

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. Get the Current Date, Time and Timestamp in Java 8.

Wednesday Sep 28, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 3

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. Spring Boot Application as a Service.
  2. Database Migrations with Flyway.

Saturday Aug 13, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 2

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following articles this week:

  1. Hibernate second-level cache.
  2. A Guide to Apache CXF with Spring.

Friday Jul 15, 2016

Published articles at Baeldung part 1

As technical editor at Baeldung I have edited the following 4 articles this week:

  1. Spring Rest API with Binary Data Formats.
  2. A Guide to Spring in Eclipse.
  3. Introduction to Apache CXF.
  4. A Guide to Redis with Java.

Sunday Jul 10, 2016

The death of continuous delivery and object orientation?

I found the following articles to be very interesting:

Friday May 02, 2014

Feature teams versus component teams

In the book "Scaling lean and agile development" by Craig Larman and Bas Vodde, chapter 7 is devoted to the explanation why scaling up with feature teams is to be preferred over scaling up with component teams. In case you are stuck with the latter and cannot change to feature teams, this writing on ScrumAlliance.org explains how to cope with the latter situation.

Link to a successful GIT branching model

Here at info.nl, we are using this branching model, which is a must read, as far as I'm concerned! As far as GIT rebasing is concerned (which is assumed a prerequisite in the former article), this page explains it well.


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