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A clear policy on how to code Java exceptions will save you time diagnosing, reproducing, and correcting issues. Here are several tips to improve your exception handling.
Developers can spend hours learning design patterns by heart, but sometimes when they need to use the patterns in a real project, that's not practical.
If you were wondering how to dynamically load a class based on some configuration or settings file, then you might be able to solve your problem using Java Reflection and Properties.
An evolution of the builder design pattern.
Sometimes understanding the best practices for OOP requires looking at some of the worst practices you can do...
A number of questions are asked in interviews. Here is a resource of a list of questions you might be asked.
Developers have many Java collection classes available, but are they using the right collection to best suit their needs?
Learn how to use the robust set of tools bundled in the Windows Azure SDK for Java.
Even through Eclipse 4 now is the default platform for the IDE, Java developers won't be using it just yet.
TeamDev announces JxCapture 3.0 screen capture library featuring Linux x32/x64 support.
Every application fails once in while. Even the ones built with Java, using design patterns, best practices, and a lot of good intentions. So we better prepare our applications for these situations...more