• ITGIF – “IT-God” It’s Friday #27

    by  • 6 décembre 2011 • ITGIF, Technologie • 0 Comments


    Depuis le dernier billet de ce genre, je suis allé au Agile Tour Montréal à la fin octobre et je travaille également sur un projet dont je devrais vous reparler d’ici peu de temps. Ce sera sans doute le dernier billet ITGIF de l’année et je dois mentionner que je tente de trouver un moyen de poster mes listes de liens plus fréquemment sans diluer le reste du contenu de mon blog. Pour 2012, il faudrait que je mette finalement mon plan à exécution et poster les billets ITGIF hebdomadairement, pour vrai.

    Semaine du 28 novembre au 2 décembre 2011

    Measuring Agile Investments – Quality
    Reducing Schedule Risks: Feature Branches
    Building Effective Teams: Miss the Start, Miss the End
    Unit testing : Asserting that a line was logged by Logback
    Making Eclipse Fly
    Google Guava – Futures
    Two Generally Useful Guava Annotations
    Stupid performance trick in Java
    Guava’s Strings Class
    Advanced Junit & Mockito
    Java Best Practice Quotes
    Hot tips on using Eclipse effectively
    Useful WordPress Tricks to be Like a Pro
    Eclipse IDE Keyboard Shortcuts for Developers
    Code Review Checklist and Best practices in Java
    How I Became a Programmer
    Setting the Record Straight on GWT
    Java Interview: Coding Questions and Answers
    Agile Managers Don’t Need to Establish Pecking Orders
    What are some popular myths in software development?
    Smooth CoffeeScript
    Google Introduces A New Language to Replace English
    How I Became A Programmer (And Why It Might Have Been The Wrong Choice)
    Understanding the Vertical Slice
    Principles for Creating Maintainable and Evolvable Tests

    Semaine du 14 au 18 novembre 2011

    It is not about Sprint Zero; Think Sprint-N
    Testing GWT Apps with Selenium or WebDriver
    Apache Maven 3 Cookbook
    Simple Image Placeholder Service
    Learn to Code with Codecademy
    GWT and Dart
    Characteristics of successful developers
    The Boiling Frog
    WordPress Essentials: Interacting With The WordPress Database
    Forget the Plugins, Try These WordPress Hacks
    Productivity and negative space
    Pragmatic Thinking: Novice vs Expert
    You’re Pricing It Wrong: Software Pricing Demystified
    Developers, abandon your headphones when in the office
    Five Reasons Every Company Should Act Like a Software Startup
    Advanced Layout Templates In WordPress’ Content Editor
    Continuously Improving as a Developer
    10 Examples of HotSpot JVM Options in Java
    Software Testing is Dead

    Semaine du 7 au 11 novembre 2011

    Supporting Team-Based Work
    GWT and Dart
    How Mature Is Your Continuous Integration?
    Improve Your Java Development Efficiency with Modelio and UML
    Dealing with technical debt
    10 Things To Do After Installing WordPress On Your Website
    Google Web Toolkit and Web Services: The XML Way
    People Should Listen to Computer Programmers about Software Patents
    Guava’s Strings Class
    The Number One Trait of a Great Developer
    Linus Torvalds: Software and Process Patents Don’t Make Sense
    You’re A Developer, So Why Do You Work For Someone Else?

    Semaine du 31 octobre au 4 novembre 2011

    A trick for motivating people
    Coaching story : Gérer des feux, ça fonctionne seulement à petite échelle
    La qualité… classe affaire ou économie?
    Automated Java Deployments With RPM
    Autowiring Property Values into Spring Beans
    Maintaining Separation of Concerns when using a JSP Front Strategy MVC Pattern
    Recommendation Engine Models
    There’s more to Managing Software Debt
    Testing GWT Apps with Selenium or WebDriver
    Log4j, Stat4j, SMTPAppender Integration – Aggregating Error Logs to Send Email When Too Many
    Spring Singleton, Request, Session Beans and Thread Safety
    GWT – Common Problems with Solutions
    How Much to Charge as A Freelance Computer Programmer
    6 Signs That Your Organization Is Not Ready for Agile
    Think Like (a) Git
    40 Hour Work Weeks Suck
    Don’t Tell Me Someone Failed Web Programming 101 Again
    5 pro tips for aspiring conference presenters
    List of freely available programming books
    I am a programmer
    Introduction to Hibernate framework

    Semaine du 24 au 28 octobre 2011

    Peck, peck, peck
    Estimation – Bad Advice
    Top 5 des meilleures façons d’améliorer votre code
    ScriptCover makes Javascript coverage analysis easy
    How much architecture is enough?
    Unit Testing Spring with Mockito & PowerMock
    Why Use PowerMock to Mock Private Methods?
    Never Mix Public and Private Unit Tests!
    Testing an Object’s Internal State with PowerMock
    Getting started with Selenium 2
    Great code is written twice (or more)
    10+ .htaccess snippets to optimize your website
    Developers Need To Keep Challenging Themselves
    Why Your Daily Standup Sucks (and how to fix it)
    Compare RIA frameworks
    Seven reasons your coworkers don’t trust your

    Semaine du 17 au 21 octobre 2011

    150 Minutes of Power
    Passer à l’action
    Mon projet dérape. Rien n’est perdu, mais il faut agir… maintenant! – Partie 1
    Google JS Test, now in Open Source
    Programmers are f***ing lazy
    Automation: You’re Doing it Wrong
    How to Get Unstuck
    Recording test performance with Jenkins
    Multimaps – Google Guava
    Even Backlogs Need Grooming

    Semaine du 10 au 14 octobre 2011

    Agile Outside of Software
    Integrating Maven with Ivy
    Java Twitter client with Twitter4j
    Scrum Team in Waterfall Land! What to do?
    Refactoring de tests
    Using PowerMock to Mock Static Methods
    Getters and Setters Are Not Evil
    I’m a Developer. I Understand…
    If I had more time I would have written less code
    Sending emails with Java
    That Job Sucked, But You’ll Never Tell
    Dennis Ritchie, co-creator of Unix and C
    How to Build A WordPress Theme From Scratch Part One
    A Quick Reference to the Spring 3 DI Bean Configuration
    Be a Better Java Programmer: A Reading List by Binu John
    Why Google Web Toolkit Rots Your Brain
    Agile planning: Your estimates sucked
    The 1971 article that inspired Steve Jobs
    Rank Technical Debt in a Backlog

    Semaine du 3 au 7 octobre 2011

    Exercise:: Definition of Done
    What’s happening on your site right now?
    Work smarter, not harder, with site health
    Google Montreal announces HTML5 hackathon
    What the IT department will look like in 2015
    Open source is the backbone for Startups
    Adding machine learning to a webapp
    Best Practices for Scaling Java Applications with Distributed Caching
    Developers Must Feel the Pain of Operations
    Agile in the Age of Hyperspecialization
    The Goal of software development
    Useful WordPress Code Snippets and Hacks
    4 CSS Tricks That You Should Know
    Oracle: Java 8 will be revolution, not evolution
    HTML5: Getting Caught Up In The Semantic Spiral
    Tips, Tricks and Tools You Will Need to Start Using HTML5 Today
    « Java Life » Music Video
    Why code review beats testing: evidence from decades of programming research
    Are Modern Programmers Just Bug Fixers?
    Java Productivity Report 2011: India vs Rest of World
    How to easily create charts using jQuery and HTML5
    Web Usability Testing Tools For Your User Experience
    Why developers should learn the economics of code
    A Productivity Comparison of Kanban and Scrum


    Je travaille principalement comme développeur Java au sein d'une équipe Agile pour des projets d'application web utilisant principalement les technologies Java, Spring, Hibernate et open-sources. Je me spécialise dans l'analyse, l'architecture, le développement (Test-Driven Development) et les méthodologies Agile.


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