on public static members in java interface definition - say what?
Published 09-01-2007 8:28 PM | Agile_ph
At work, I've seen some Java code that defines an interface similar to this. public interface ITestme { public static String Name = "Agile" ; } throws a warning if you don't initialize the member?! and then, they refer to it as... public...
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And I almost turned my back against Java
Published 09-01-2007 10:07 AM | Agile_ph
A couple of days back, office had what we call a "village" hall meeting to give us a quick rundown of everything UNIT 1. Part of it was an introduction of "new joiners" and I'm one of them. One of the top brass asked us "new...
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so that's how it works on Java - on methods being virtual by default
Published 08-22-2007 11:57 AM | Agile_ph
Having two flatscreen monitors for me is like everybody's dream for a work environment. One is used for work related items and the other is for NON work related items. As I was browsing through some materials for work, "Teach yourself in X days...
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C# over Java over C#...
Published 08-18-2007 8:55 PM | Agile_ph
Random thoughts... No matter how hard I try (I'm probably not trying hard enough), I still go back to books or reading materials or anything about C# and .NET. I can't seem to study Java (seriously) even if my life depended on it. I'd like...
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Dark side...Java
Published 08-15-2007 8:00 AM | Agile_ph
"Dark side" it is and the "Dark side" is where I will be. I just hope I don't get lost In the next couple of weeks, I will be working on task(s) that primarily revolves around server components using Java as the technology of choice...
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So so Software Estimation
Published 08-13-2007 12:20 AM | Agile_ph
I came up with an estimate for a project with my previous company but I never knew that there's a proper way of doing it. Err, let's try that again... I came up with an estimate but I didn't know that there exist techniques like Function Point...
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I thought I saw an MVP
Published 08-06-2007 11:13 PM | Agile_ph
...and yes I did! First time was in a seminar on Test Driven Development and just recently as I was trying to figure out where the comfort room was, I saw him sitting there in action! (Not quite sure what he was working on though) It's nice to know...
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Of SOAP, Design Patterns and JAVA
Published 07-30-2007 11:01 PM | Agile_ph
1. SOAP and XML Web Services is not simple. MS Visual Studio, Disco.exe and WSDL.exe makes it simple but it's not simple.(who the hell said it's simple) 2. I just finished reading this Thread at the Microsoft Community Forums and all I can say...
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Sorry...
Published 07-19-2007 9:42 PM | Agile_ph
if some of your comments were removed, I tried removing some of the duplicate comments and instead, ended up removing ALL. I'll stick with the duplicates the next time.
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Caching...arghh
Published 07-19-2007 8:45 PM | Agile_ph
Instead of using DataSets and Datatables, we decided to use Generic List and Custom Classes as our DataSource. We needed a way to store the information during postbacks at the same time minimize our trips to the database server...so we used the Caching...
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So little time, so much to learn
Published 07-18-2007 10:19 PM | Agile_ph
There's so much out there to learn and I honestly don't know where to start. I've been jumping from topic to topic to topic and I can't seem to gain any mastery on the things I want to know. Spring.NET, AOP and NHibernate Java Basics,...
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Jobless
Published 07-18-2007 10:17 PM | Agile_ph
I'm jobless...well at least, till the end of the month. I will be moving to another company to work as a C# Developer come August 6, 2007. We will be working on a project that involves Java and .NET technologies. Am very excited! Honeymoon, new work...
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Why INosebleed
Published 07-18-2007 10:11 PM | Agile_ph
Not so long ago, I had a chance to conduct .NET training for IT professionals who specialize in Web Design. (NOT Web Development) As part of their training, they were given a crash course on Object Oriented Programming and how it works with .NET. Inheritance...
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