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SOLID

Builder Design Patter

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Builder is a creational design pattern that lets you construct complex objects step by step. The pattern allows you to produce different types and representa...

Observer Design Patter

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The observer pattern is a software design pattern in which an object, named the subject, maintains a list of its dependents, called observers, and notifies t...

Strategy Design Patter

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Strategy is a behavioral design pattern that lets you define a family of algorithms, put each of them into a separate class, and make their objects interchan...

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Design patterns

Builder Design Patter

1 minute read

Builder is a creational design pattern that lets you construct complex objects step by step. The pattern allows you to produce different types and representa...

Observer Design Patter

1 minute read

The observer pattern is a software design pattern in which an object, named the subject, maintains a list of its dependents, called observers, and notifies t...

Strategy Design Patter

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Strategy is a behavioral design pattern that lets you define a family of algorithms, put each of them into a separate class, and make their objects interchan...

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JPA

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Hibernate

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Collections

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Test

Custom Assertions with AssertJ

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You may have contact with test that are not too readable, as the communicates when they fail. In that case you should take in consideration creating your own...

What are benefits of testing?

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Do i really need tests? Isn’t it a waste of time? And other questions like this that you might asked once or still asking yourself. Its not true and let me e...

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Spring

Spring Cache

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What is Spring Cache? How to configure it in your project and how to use it? How does Spring Cache work? How to add an external provider that allows flexible...

Spring Bean Scopes

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The scope defines the runtime context within which the bean instance is available.

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Sets

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Test Driven Development

What are benefits of testing?

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Do i really need tests? Isn’t it a waste of time? And other questions like this that you might asked once or still asking yourself. Its not true and let me e...

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TDD

What are benefits of testing?

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Do i really need tests? Isn’t it a waste of time? And other questions like this that you might asked once or still asking yourself. Its not true and let me e...

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Object oriented programming

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Good practices

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Strategy pattern

Strategy Design Patter

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Strategy is a behavioral design pattern that lets you define a family of algorithms, put each of them into a separate class, and make their objects interchan...

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Custom Assertions

Custom Assertions with AssertJ

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You may have contact with test that are not too readable, as the communicates when they fail. In that case you should take in consideration creating your own...

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Domain Driven Design

Custom Assertions with AssertJ

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You may have contact with test that are not too readable, as the communicates when they fail. In that case you should take in consideration creating your own...

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DDD

Custom Assertions with AssertJ

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You may have contact with test that are not too readable, as the communicates when they fail. In that case you should take in consideration creating your own...

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Spring Bean

Spring Bean Scopes

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The scope defines the runtime context within which the bean instance is available.

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Context

Spring Bean Scopes

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The scope defines the runtime context within which the bean instance is available.

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Bean Scopes

Spring Bean Scopes

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The scope defines the runtime context within which the bean instance is available.

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Observer pattern

Observer Design Patter

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The observer pattern is a software design pattern in which an object, named the subject, maintains a list of its dependents, called observers, and notifies t...

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MongoDB

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Indexes

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Efficiency

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Cache

Spring Cache

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What is Spring Cache? How to configure it in your project and how to use it? How does Spring Cache work? How to add an external provider that allows flexible...

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Spring Cache

Spring Cache

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What is Spring Cache? How to configure it in your project and how to use it? How does Spring Cache work? How to add an external provider that allows flexible...

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Comparator

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Comparable

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Sorting

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equals hashCode contract

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Java

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Builder pattern

Builder Design Patter

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Builder is a creational design pattern that lets you construct complex objects step by step. The pattern allows you to produce different types and representa...

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Fetch modes

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Fetch types

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Cascade types

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Transactions

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DeMorgan's Laws

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Logical conditions

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BigDecimal and BigInteger

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Precise numbers

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Lists

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Composition

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Association

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Aggregation

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OOP

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Refactoring

Why business is not eager for refactoring?

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I have quite often meet with opinions that claims that business (by buisness I mean company) doesn’t allow the programming team to refactor or just put some ...

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Communication

Why business is not eager for refactoring?

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I have quite often meet with opinions that claims that business (by buisness I mean company) doesn’t allow the programming team to refactor or just put some ...

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Buisness

Why business is not eager for refactoring?

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I have quite often meet with opinions that claims that business (by buisness I mean company) doesn’t allow the programming team to refactor or just put some ...

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