When doing integration testing within a Spring (Boot) based project, we tend to use some sort of Spring context. Setting it up isn’t free. Careless tests composition can lead to much time wasted on re-creating those contexts, and will make running tests painfully long very quickly. There are simple techniques…
TLDR: I liked it. Two days, more condensed than Antwerpen, better value/waste sessions rate (subjective, me).
Keynote — How is this by Lawrence Krauss. From the history of the universe (well structured) to the role of the technological change in the society. The future will be definitely different…
Kotlin strong. Good vibe. More mobile people, still a good backend representation and concern.
Lots of attention to the Kotlin coroutines model, especially in the anticipation of its promotion from the experimental status. The hope is that the hidden (by compiler) continuation model will enable simpler and smoother integration of…
Had a good read of a sed tutorial by Bruce Barnett. My takeaways:
$ echo abcde | sed -e 's/a/1/' -e 's/b/2/'
$ sed -n '/TestBasicRowFixture/p' < input.file
<from>[,<to>] which could be:
cat large.file | sed '/PATTERN/ q'
cat large.file | sed -e '/PATTERN/ =' -e '/PATTERN/ q'
$ echo abcde | sed 's/\([a-z]\)/-&-/'
compare with extended mode (mac)
$ echo abcde | sed -E 's/([a-z])/-&-/'