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Jun
16
accepted Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Jun
5
comment Git(flow) workflow for web development
It seems pretty complex. What I would do in your case is: learn about the original git flow and try to use it, add the complexity as needed. You might find out that it fits your necessities. For instance, you might not need the testing branch (it has no development running into it, you are just using it because the code is under test. You could use tags for that. In my case, development is everything that is "testable". Every programmer that is working on a feature has his/her own branch
May
29
comment verify a defect is a production defect or not
Agree completely. And do not forget that if the defect exists in production, data manipulation may be necessary (updating wrong data generated by the defect)
May
20
comment Where should my team start with becoming “modern”?
+1 for the link :)
Apr
25
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
@YazadKhambata That comment was also for you, but I can mention 2 users at the same comment ;)
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
@RobertHarvey You would have anemic models in the "transfer layer", they would be DTOs or somethink else, so you can avoid the json/xml parsing issue, but I wouldn't call them "business model". Ideally I would map them to non-anemic-models in the boundaries and process this non-adnemic-model inside my system. What are your opinions about it?
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Obviously this can be due to bad implementation of this pattern. However, I have the feeling that DDD makes separating methods in smaller parts that make sense easier and using polymorphy easier.
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Great answer. Yes, DDD seems (I haven't used in a real project, but I would love to try) to have some extra work at some points, but my experience with services is that at some point they start to grow in size and complexity and are thus harder to reuse. I've found a service-architecture project that had many similar methods because they had small differences and merging them would result in a very complex service.
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Hi James! I don't know if I missunderstood your answer, but when I talk about DDD I do not mean generating code from diagrams and so on, I mean Domain Driven Design, which hash a great book about it amazon.de/Domain-Driven-Design-Tackling-Complexity-Software/dp/… I haven't tried that in a real project, but it seems elegant to me at a first glance :)
Apr
24
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
That is true. I am (still) not following. It is pretty hard to find projects that use this kind of architecture :(
Apr
22
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Hm, I understand. The problem now is that everybody continues doing the same thing because now "It is the standard" and that is sad :(
Apr
22
comment Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
yes, it states that it is OK for many "simple applications". I would say that a JavaEE application would be usually not simple.
Apr
22
asked Why is a architecture with anemic models the JavaEE standard?
Mar
4
accepted Where should I place business logic validations?
Feb
27
accepted How to use unit tests when using BDD?
Feb
27
awarded  Curious
Feb
26
comment How to use unit tests when using BDD?
@DocBrown as far as I understood, BDD is a technique/methodology. This technique includes unit testing, but focused on the feature the method implements. I want to understand how do I write the "test definition" or the test itself to achieve this goal
Feb
26
comment How to use unit tests when using BDD?
Sorry, I dont get it. You mean I should mock the dispenser? How would I test it?
Feb
26
asked How to use unit tests when using BDD?