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Results Of TestNG Users Survey Q4 2011

Results of online survey on TestNG (Q4 2011). Let us learn why and how we use it!

 

TestNG Users Survey Q4 2011

Please fill in a short online survey on TestNG. Let us learn why and how we use it!

 

Nice Presentations In No Time With Asciidoc And Slidy

Asciidoc plus SlidySo, I've fallen in love... With Asciidoc And Slidy! :) They let me create nice, portable presentations in no time.

...M$ Powerpoint? No, thanks. :)

 

GeeCON 2011 Conference Day I and II

This is a review of the first and the second GeeCON 2011 Conference Days.

 

GeeCON 2011 University Day

It was an interesting day at GeeCON 2011 !

I managed to attend two talks: Paradoxes of API design, by Jaroslav Tulach and JEE 6 tutorial by Antonio Goncalves and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine. Both were interesting.

 

Gradle Status, January 2011

A short summary on status and information of recent achievements and changes of Gradle project. Plenty of new and good things!

 

Will Hibernate Switch From Maven to Gradle?

Based on 'Gradle: why?' blog post from Steve Ebersole it seems like Hibernate is moving from Maven2 to Gradle!

Steve's post is really worth reading. He sums up his 2,5 year of Maven experiences and explains why he thinks of its time to move.

That would be just great for Gradle to "capture" such famous project! Go Gradle, go! :)

[Updated 2010-09-24 Hibernate's trunk still uses Maven. I can see two Gradle branches though: http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/hibernate/core/branches/]

 

Javarsovia 2010 - been there, done that

Shortly speaking Javarsovia 2010 was great! I enjoyed it very much.

I want to thank very much to all people involved in the organization of this event. Great job! Everything worked fine and I was really impressed by the number of people that came to Javarsovia 2010.

 

Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests - Book Review

This is a review of "Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests" book by Steve Freeman and Nat Pryce (Addison Wesley, 2009)

This book is so great that I could write tons about it, but I tried to keep it reasonably short. :)

 

Quick Build with Gradle (BSBM Tools)

Today, I needed to have a JAR of BSBM benchmark tools. Surprisingly, when I downloaded the bundled zip from SourceForge, there was neither JAR nor build file inside (no build.xml, no pom.xml, nothing) - or maybe I'm blind.
Well, Gradle to the rescue. :)

 
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