Tag Archives: Programming

iFramework: Updates


I just released a few more framework/utility classes for this Framework. The three new features that have been added are – Exception Handling, Message Reader and Concurrent Processing

A new OSS project: iFramework


A set of utilities and classes that I have found useful over the years with features like Improved Loggers, Database Setup and many more.

i-Framework


A set of utilities and classes that I have found useful over the years with features like Improved Loggers, Database Setup and many more.

TestNG or JUnit


For many years now, I have always found myself going back to TestNG whenever it comes to doing Unit Testing with Java Code. Everytime, I picked up TestNG, people have asked me why do I go over to TestNG especially with JUnit is provided by the default development environment like Eclipse or Maven. Continuing the […]
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Set JAVA_HOME in Mac


I just moved over to Mac (again) and the first thing when started Java Programming was how to get Java_Home in place. While Mac makes a lot of things easy, programming is where it takes you all back to the root. After much finding and reading I found that the following worked.

History of programming


I came across this very interesting article and the author’s views where programming started way back.

Noah: Development Environment


To kick it off, I have attached the tools that I am going to use in the development environment. This is not an exhaustive list, and I may add more things to it as I go about development.

Who the hell needs Quality?


I will let you do the math, but what made me fell out of my chair was the fact that everyone in the room was accepting the fact that even before we were developing the application we would have 66% of the time spent in fixing defects. Not even once did anyone asked, how can we ensure that we do not have so many defects in the application. Now even once did anyone asked if we already have Unit testing how come we still have these many number of defects.