Software development

The pace of today’s mobile world is tremendous; new devices and technologies come and go, and developers are constantly under pressure to learn new things. Despite what most hard-core Unix users will tell you, real skills are not hundreds of commands memorized along with their syntax; your professionalism is measured by the ability to creatively solve problems. AndroidAnnotations is a step in the right direction. Read the full article →

Example of just-in-time design : Refactor to Open-Closed

by Pawel Bejger February 11, 2014 Architecture
Thumbnail image for Example of just-in-time design : Refactor to Open-Closed Programming is an art of finding the right balance between making software insufficiently flexible and overly complicated. If your code is of poor quality it is usually not easy to change (under-design). While, if your code is too flexible it is usually too complex (over-design). How to find the right balance?
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Threading in C#: 7 Things you should always remember about

by Pawel Bejger January 21, 2014 Best practices
Thumbnail image for Threading in C#: 7 Things you should always remember about Have you ever spent a few hours on trying to debug a non-deterministic problem occurring in your multi-threading application? If so, then you should definitely read this article. If not it is anyway a good way of revising your current knowledge about threading challenges in C#.  Being aware of some common facts about threading can [...]
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Let the UI Shine with WebGL

by Patryk Borowa November 6, 2013 GOYELLOblog
Thumbnail image for Let the UI Shine with WebGL For quite some time now we have been hearing this buzz word WebGL and perhaps just as most of you I have seen it as a way of making old 3d games available to the classics enthusiasts via browser without having to bother with installation and OS requirements. But, as it turns out, there is [...]
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Image recognition on mobile devices

by Daniel Dekański October 29, 2013 Mobile
Thumbnail image for Image recognition on mobile devices Image recognition is one of the buzz-words of our times. Facebook has acquired Face.com with its flagship product — facial recognition app — and invested huge money to better suggest who’s who on the images uploaded to the service by over a billion of its users. Google+ Photos uses image recognition technology to make photos [...]
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The “NoSQL” way of storing data

by Patryk Borowa August 1, 2013 Architecture
Thumbnail image for The “NoSQL” way of storing data Most IT professionals are by now most likely aware of the NoSql and perhaps even heard of a few differences between it and the relational database models. The usual question is the real life application for those NoSql solutions, so let’s dig right into it.
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Agile eCommerce is the only right way!

by Peter Horsten July 5, 2013 Agile software development
Thumbnail image for Agile eCommerce is the only right way! Lately I’ve been frequently asked how our 21webmerce solution distinguishes from the big players like IBM or Oracle. You could call me insane to compare ourselves with those big players, because they have huge development teams and unlimited financial resources to develop their solutions. And let’s not forget their experience. But why not give it a [...]
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Express names in code: Bad vs Clean

by Mateusz Roszczak May 17, 2013 Best practices
Beginner programmers always spend a lot of time on learning a programming language, code syntax, technology and tools. They think, if  they master the craft of technologies, they will become good programmers. However, object programming is not about mastering the tools, it is about creating a solution to a problem in a particular domain and to do it in cooperation with [...]
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Better your code with Dependency Injection

by Paweł Ogrodowczyk March 26, 2013 Agile software development
Thumbnail image for Better your code with Dependency Injection Dependency Injection – everybody’s doing it! It helps you write flexible, loosely coupled, reusable, testable and maintainable code. But fancy keywords aside, are you sure you know how to use it to reap all the benefits? Let’s have a look at a couple of tips on how you can use DI to help you write [...]
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6 more things C# developers should (not) do

by Pawel Bejger January 30, 2013 C#
Thumbnail image for 6 more things C# developers should (not) do For all wondering what are the things a C# developer should and should not do. As the continuation of my previous post 8 Most common mistakes C# developers make I decided to write another article about the things C# developers should always be aware of.
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