Monthly Archives: September 2011

JUnit Flux Eclipse plugin

Last week during the Xebia Knowledge Exchange I discovered a very useful Eclipse Plugin called junitflux. JUnit Flux Eclipse plugin (junitflux) runs JUnit tests every time you save a file. After saving a file containing a Java class, the plugin searches … Continue reading

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Back to Basics

Recently, I have seen many developers considering switching to technologies like NoSQL, Scala, and so on due to problems like performance, maintenance and availability. New technologies like Scala or NoSQL databases for instance are a very good think, and they are there … Continue reading

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