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This is what I learned in March 2017:

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Like other applications, my main project runs through several quality gates before being deployed on the production stage. For example, there is a developer stage, which simply is the locally running version on every developer machine, and a test stage. This test stage is similar to the production setup and can be used to test features before they are merged into the main branch of your version control system. Many projects use an additional quality stage which runs the latest stable build so the customer can test, too. The deployed system behaves differently for every stage.

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Yesterday, I changed all of our field-injected Spring-dependencies to constructor-injected. This

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This is what I learned in February 2017:

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Yesterday, I noticed a strange warning during a code review. IntelliJ IDEA warned me about this code:

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Yesterday, I finally found a solution of one of the most unnerving problems with IntelliJ IDEA. When connecting to my HSQLDB, I couldn't see any tables. They are supposed to be visible in the PUBLIC schema, but they aren't:

Searching the wilds of the internets, I found this simple solution: Under "options", I had to check "Resolve unqualified references" like this:

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