The source for this project can be found on GitHub. I recently became a big fan of JHipster. For those of you not familiar, JHipster is a development platform for generating Spring Boot and Angular Web applications. With JHipster you can set up a robust production-ready Web application with a sleek, modern UI in the matter of … Continue reading Creating A Master Detail Relationship With JHipster
Security is all over the news today. From the DNC hacks to the WannaCry malware scare that recently took out a big chunk of British NHS, attacks seem to be getting more severe with significant implications. Hackers are everywhere and everyone, even you, is at risk. One of the best things you can do as an individual to … Continue reading What You Think You Know About Securing Your Password is Wrong
So I'm here to talk about the legacy you don't want to leave. Unfortunately, this is a situation that a lot of developers have to deal with, but it's not something that's talked about too often. Legacy Software is something that most of us are going to have to deal with at some point. If … Continue reading Dealing With Legacy Code
A few years ago I was fortunate enough to be introduced to a book by Uncle Bob (Robert C. Martin) called The Clean Coder. This book is a must read for any programmer, whether a seasoned coder or an emerging Computer Science student. The book covers professionalism as a programmer, something that isn't spoken about … Continue reading What is Professionalism?