As a long time Eclipse user, I want to give a more serious look to IntelliJ IDEA. The people from JetBrains were very nice and granted me an open source license for the Podcastpedia.org  and Codingpedia.org projects. In the post I listed some of the things I use often in Eclipse and their equivalent in IntelliJ. I wrote this post so I can bookmark it and come back to, whenever I forget something, and if it helps others the better.

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I’ve been lagging behind with what Java 8 features exercising concerns, so in this post I will briefly present my initial experience with lambdas and streams.

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AngularJs is often seen as a viable solution for building full scale single page web applications. Although that is a good use case for Angular, in this post we will explore how the framework can also be used to incrementally add functionality to any web page in general, in some cases with little to no Javascript needed (example).

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Introduction

JPA translates entity state transitions to database DML statements. Because it’s common to operate on entity graphs, JPA allows us to propagate entity state changes from Parents to Child entities.

This behavior is configured through the CascadeType mappings.

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More Agile Testing

A few weeks ago on one of my TestTalks podcasts, I interviewed Janet Gregory, co-author of some of the most popular books on Agile Testing:

Janet shared some of her tips and tricks on how teams can succeed with all their Agile testing efforts.

The three points from the interview that I want to focus on in this post are:

  • The Agile Mindset
  • The Agile Testing Quadrants
  • The Dangers of putting off automation
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