I have assisted this week to a technical event called Devoxx and have tried to learn as much as possible about security because it is the area in which I have to improve most. I will summarise what I have learnt as many of you may also be interested in it.
Startups usually have a big growth after receiving investments. Many people think that the challenge is to find the candidates in a city as competitive as London, but that’s the easy part. I will share what I learned being part of a team that multiplied its size in just a few months
QAs are very important but some companies are giving their responsibilities to developers instead of hiring them. I will share what I have learnt working with different teams.
Leading a team is not just about getting work done, it is also important to invest time to allow everyone grow and help the team get better. These are some ideas that I have learnt during the last few years.
All the organisations have to adapt to this new regulation before the end of the month and all the new projects should be compliant. Let´s see its key points and how to start adapting to it.
I haven’t written in a long time and I think that it is time to come back and tell what I have learnt during the last few years so others can benefit from it.
Cookies allow to save information to improve the user navegation and are also used by many external tools like Google Analytics. Let’s see how to use them with Java, Spring MVC and Security, and how to prevent legal problems.
We have been asked to migrate to Oracle an application that was working on MySql and SQL Server. These are some of the problems we found and how we solved them:
Agile methodologies improve project development because they keep the essence without generating unnecessary documents or processes. Unlike traditional methodologies, they give more voice to developers and allow customers to evaluate applications more often to check that their requirements are met.
TestNG is a tool similar to JUnit for testing applications that provides extra functionalities. Let’s see some recommendations to use it better: