Tag Archives: java

Progettare per il domani o l’altro ieri?

Complice del passare degli anni, inizio a sviluppare una certa irritazione per alcune soluzioni architetturali chiaramente inutili. Scrivo quindi queste brevi righe a beneficio di qualsiasi giovane sviluppatore Java (o Python o JavaScript o….) affinch√© prima di “inventarsi” una nuova … Continue reading
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The new Java, the old java: save the date

Java 15 will remove Solaris Support. This with the removal of Java Applet in JDK 9 is the final end of another Java mutation process cycle. I mean, Java 1.0 is dead as we know it. Vector, Applet and the … Continue reading
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Jdk 11 Migration

JDK 1.11 is the next LTS (Long Term Support) Release. A lot of Enterprise Customers are still with JDK 1.8, but nowadays you need to provide migration path to JDK 1.11 (or to JDK 1.14 LTS). JDK11 will be supported … Continue reading
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Avoid Kafka if unsure (think twice series)

Some co-workers started using Apache Kafka con a bunch of our Customers. Apache Kafka is a community distributed event streaming platform capable of handling trillions of events a day. Initially conceived as a messaging queue, Kafka is based on an … Continue reading
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On Constants

I think constants are evil (just joking but….I will explain why). I am tired of seeing a lot of Java classes filled with the same constants repeated over and over again, instead of collecting them in a common file, which … Continue reading
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Comments are evil?

In the 1980 comments were used to reduce the “gap” between unstructured code and “rationale” behind the code. C/64 Peek and poke where oscure. Gosub on function pointed by numbers was bad 8-bit systems was tight on command names and … Continue reading
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