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This site is supposed to be a showcase for my thoughts about software engineering, less a personal homepage. If you want to know more about me, invite me to a beer.

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Automated tests like JUnit are a mandatory part of developing software. Recently I saw some bad things happening in a project that are good arguments for automated testing. I'd like to share them so they can be used as examples when convincing other people to test their software.

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Yesterday I noticed there is an important topic missing in my JavaFX workshop: Internationalization. So here is a SSCCE for that. It's basically a copy of my recent commit to my JavaFX workshop.

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Because the Dezember is traditionally a month of appointments that keep me from programming and learning a lot, this article is about what I learned in Dezember 2015 and January 2016 :

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This is what I learned in November 2015:

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The other day I read an article in the Java Magazin which was about the different types of software developers. The page design-types.net offers a test which analyses what kind of developer you are through a couple of questions. Despite the fact that I'm strongly against these kinds of tests, I gave it a try. Here's the result: I am an "author":

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This article is part of a series about Java Forum Nord 2015, a conference that took place in Hannover, Germany. Links to articles about other talks I visited there can be found below.

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