Pull Requests that make code reviewers smile

Pull Requests (PR) are central to most software development organisations these days. Modern source control tools such as Github or Continuous Integration ones like CircleCI have helped a lot making them more accessible. Yet, it seems developers consider PRs mostly as something that you need get through to get your

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Hibernate and Domain Model Design

When I first learned about Hibernate about 12 years ago (I guess just about when it was at its peak) I found it to be one of the coolest libraries ever created. Hibernate made it possible to use OOD in practice! Build complex domain model graphs that were not only

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On the Logging in Mobile Applications

Here I describe an approach from iOS point of view. An approach for Android platform is no different. I can recommend to use Timber framework as an equivalent for CocoaLumberjack. Logs? Phew! Just write something like: print("Expected `foo` to be 'bar', got: \(foo)") Later, when you debug an issue,

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4 fallacious reasons why we estimate

‘Estimate’ as defined in this article is: A guess about the future regarding the time or effort that a task(s) will take to be completed. In other words, anything that can be used to foresee when tasks will be done. I have to confess, I’m not very good

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