Keep The Code Clean: WatchDog & SpotTheBug Approach

Before going to discuss WatchDog & SpotTheBug Approach, let me give a brief context on what is the needs for this. Three months back I was asked to write core infrastructure code for our new application which uses all the latest and greatest technologies. I have written the infrastructure code and implemented 2 usecases to demonstrate which logic should go into which layer and the code looks good(atleast to me :-)).

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Are frameworks making developers dumb?

Last week I got to take interviews to hire senior java developers with around 5 years of experience. But after the interview process is over I felt like the frameworks makes developers life easier but at the same time making them dumb. Everyone puts almost all the new frameworks on their resume claiming they have “Strong, working experience on Spring, Hibernate, Web Services etc”. Here is how the interviews went on.

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10 things to become an outstanding Java developer

If you are a java developer and passionate about technology, you can follow the below things which makes you an outstanding Java developer. 1. Have strong foundation and understanding on OO Principles For a java developer having strong understanding on Object Oriented Programming is a must. Without having a strong foundation on OOPS, one can’t realize the beauty of an Object Oriented Programming language like Java. If you don’t have good idea on what OOPS is, eventhough you are using OOP language you may be still coding in procedural way.

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