Do you want to find an effective way to create a Java
List? Do you know effective Java
String practices? Do you have issues reading Java?
Here’s a compilation of my articles. Solving the known and unknown issues you face.
What are the issues of creating malware? Why are scriptlets bad? Why are null allowed in HashMap?
Here what confusing Java questions can teach you.
Do you know how to create Java malware? Malware as in wasting SSD resources. Making the user experience as bad as possible. Make the user experience a living hell.
What are the main issues of developing malware? You need to hide the memory usage. Creating files should…
You despise coding. Your tasks are pointless. Performance issues are moved to the next sprint. You change labels while performance suffers.
You’re micromanaged. You’re in constant overtime. You have a bad manager.
Here’s how to deal with bad management.
Bad managers don’t address frozen conflicts. They don’t do anything to remove them. How conflicts affect development? You don’t review code from a high-conflict coworker. You want to avoid conflicts. Bad people management causes conflicts to happen.
No clear goals. You’re working…
What these code snippets can do for you? Resolve a bunch of problems with a few lines, duh. Reduce lines of code. Make you more knowledgeable.
Here are the 9 Java code snippets you should know.
You need to count the occurrences. Let’s say you need to count birthday…
No, the rule isn’t: “Don’t write comments.” Yes, there are good rules of thumb you can apply. Look at the comments first.
// drunk, fix later - source
/* I did this the other way */ - source
Exception up = new Exception("Something is really wrong.");
throw up; //ha ha - source
It’s not about the money. We all have good salaries.
There’s nothing wrong with getting a hefty paycheck. But what else improves your work? Job perks.
Job perks can motivate, entertain, and make your work-life better.
Here are the job perks most developers like.
Employers need flexible developers. We need time flexibility. We’re motivated by problems. Do…
The frontend isn’t hardcore. The backend is hardcore.
That’s what most developers think. Think different.
Here are the problems frontend developers face and don’t tell you.
Integration of API is a challenge. You need to handle errors, do load balancing, and mock the API for testing. This poses a challenge, but frontend has its challenges as well.
What can be challenging on the frontend? They need to consume the API you…
You’re stressed out? You’re resolving the same bugs? You’re fighting with coworkers?
I was too. Left my previous job after few working months. Leaving a bad job, opened a lot of good opportunities. Opportunities I would otherwise miss.
Here’s why you should leave your job after a few working years.
E-commerce. Wealth management. Well-funded projects. Lucrative industries need new breakthroughs. Be on the frontier, and develop interesting stuff.
I wouldn’t work for startups. Or bad companies disguised…
A team member took credit for your work? You’re afraid of proposing a new idea? You’re feeling guilty for the low-quality released products?
You had these problems? I did as well. I took the hard pill, pay cut. I am now working on core tickets, recognized, and motivated to work.
Here are the reasons why you should quit, take a salary cut, and progress.
You face scope creep on…
You’ll read code 10 times more than you write code — Robert Martin.
Do you decipher cryptic Java code? Do you work overtime to fix a bug? Do you only use StackOverflow?
Here are the 3 code reading tips. These should help reduce the before mentioned issues.
Check the most recent, active, and voted code review.
Read the most popular code reviews. Read the comments. Comments hold informative tips or explanations on the actual answer. Most popular get the most traction and stir up good conversations.
What can you find in the comments? …