Bloggers are a different breed. They're spending a lot of time investigating issues in a systematic way that is presentable to others. And then they share - mostly just for the fun of it and for the rewarding feeling sharing gives them. Whenever we google for a technical issue, chances are high that we stumble … Continue reading Do You Want to be a Better Software Developer?
We're writing for @JavaAdvent, on Friday Dec, 13th 2013. Superstitious? We are and we'll give some fun and scary insights! Stay tuned and follow @JavaAdvent to be ready for an interesting, geeky Holidays season! See also posts from 2012.
When writing blog posts, most people are striving to create great content. Creating great content is very hard. Most often, content is niche content, irrelevant content, overlooked content, boring content, advertising content. But every now and then, great content is created. Often by accident or by luck. How to recognise great content? By checking twitter. … Continue reading Awesome Tweets About Recent Blog Post
In general, I'm not a marketing guy, I prefer to develop code. But when I look at modern marketing tools that we developers have created for our marketing friends, I'm getting a bit jealous. Take this blog, for instance. It's the perfect jOOQ marketing tool. Check out my 2013 visitor statistics: Quite obviously, my February … Continue reading Get hidden feature requests from your users
I'd like to "feel" the needs of my users. That's why it's interesting to know for which databases I should add features next. Which database are you using jOOQ with?
This blog is picking up momentum and thus, relevance. With jOOQ, I have come a long way, working with Java, JDBC, and SQL. I have solved many problems that are worth discussion, and I know quite a few things about various RDBMS, and how they compare with each other. Some examples: Database Schema Navigation RDBMS … Continue reading Suggestions for the Java, SQL and jOOQ Blog