Old stuff still has value

I was just surprised, and somewhat delighted, by a LinkedIn connection request. Not that receiving connection requests from LinkedIn is in itself an unusual thing – I get several a week from various sources. This one was unusual because the sender made reference to liking a Java Ranch forum post I made over sixteen years …

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Small and Simple Web Applications – the Friki Way

A few years go I wrote a series of articles for The Java Ranch Journal entitled “Small and Simple Web Applications – the Friki Way”. The series showed an example of developing a very simple wiki (collaborative editable web site) in Java using Test-Driven Development (TDD) and a form of agile project management. From time …

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