I recently read a blog post about using shims to unit test without interfaces. It looks really compelling, so I thought I’d explore some ways to create testable code to determine if I like […]
I have worked in a few app projects that have been up and running for quite some time. The apps often handle a bunch of error states or seldom visited states that are hard […]
This blog post will explain how to use self signed certificates with a Windows Azure cloud service and how to configure the Azure IIS server by code in the web role. I’m assuming that […]
I’m now assuming that you read my previous post about how to create self signed certificates for development and it might’ve left you thinking “Yay great! ….But how do I actually use them?”. This […]
If you’ve ever had the need of creating self signed certificates you may start out feeling like it’s not a straightforward stroll in the park, so here is a blog post that might help […]
It has been a while since I was able to write any tutorials and continue on my last serie about OpenGL ES 1.x feels a bit out-dated so I start all over again but […]
Transitioning from Java to Scala was simplified by the fact that you could still write something similar to your old style Java code in Scala and then start learning the functional way and all other cool things available in Scala. When learning Clojure this threshold is higher as the language is so different than Java. However, by using records and protocols you should be able to do things in a similar way that you are already used to and then transition into more idiomatic Clojure.
In our current assignment we are building a messaging based integration solution using Spring Integration and deploying it on WebLogic. In general, this has been quite a good experience as Spring Integration is a […]