Often we don’t know how to use certain technology, we blindly look for tips and gather code snippets from different places of internet hoping to somehow glue it all together in a working application, for better or worse. We lack understanding of why we are doing some things, why that snippet looks like that, why
Autowired annotation from Spring Framework is a wonderful thing. It makes a development of complex applications pretty easy, objects appear in your class automagically! You just splat an annotation on a field and voila! Magic happens. But it’s not a magic bullet that you should plug in everywhere.
The time has come to use the database in Commutee. You can do it pretty easily using Spring Data Neo4j, here’s how.
Documentation is important, everybody knows this, especially when you are the one who needs to use some third party service or library. Without good documentation it’s often a living hell, it’s like walking through a minefield. You carefully take step after step, praying that things won’t blow up. That’s why you HAVE to create documentation,
It’s the first of march and this means, that Get Noticed! 2017 competition has officially begun! That also means that now there are only 3 months left to finish Commutee. I’m really curious of what will I achieve in this short time. There is a lot of work to be done. So, let’s get down