Category Archives: Software Development

The Difficulty of Estimating Work With So Little Information About Requirements

Oh it is sooo difficult to come up with work estimates without prior knowledge of the client really wants. Continue reading

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Beware of Uninitialized Primitive boolean Instance Variables

In Java, uninitialized primitive boolean instance variables, or member variables, have the value of false by default. This would seem harmless until we fall into the trap of always-resulting-to-false-condition-and-i-dont-know-goddam-why bug..whew! that was long T_T Imagine you have this quite big … Continue reading

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int as Default Data Type for Literal Integers

Every literal integer in Java is implicitly of type int by default Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Functional Testing

I am hoping that we could start doing our ad hoc functional testing this coming week..we are now 2 days delayed..sigh T_T

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Encapsulation in Object-Oriented Programming

A short discussion of the importance of encapsulation in Object-Oriented Programming. Continue reading

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Class Immutability

Keeping your classes immutable as much as possible. Continue reading

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