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JUnit assertTrue vs assertThat readability
I had a discussion this morning with my workmates about the readability of the JUnit assertion tests. I find assertTrue(boolean condition) m...[comments]
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17-07-2019 08:22:12 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Advanced
Is it possible to get a job knowing only (or not much more than) core Java?
Hey, everyone! I've been studying Java for a while now and my skills are starting to get pretty solid now and I'm prepared to build some sim...[comments]
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15-07-2019 06:26:10 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Advanced
Would Java be a good language to build an rpg like a rogue like or title based game?
I used to dabble in Java. I have a few books, thinking in Java and a few college course books for when I took cs 1 and 2 in college. I wound...[comments]
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14-07-2019 13:02:16 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Advanced
Requirements: Fluent Design by Contract for Java APIs
I'd like to get your feedback on an open-source library I've recently published: [](wiki/Home) The library enables you to verify method para...[comments]
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13-07-2019 21:18:39 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Advanced
A day in the life...
Hey all, I wanted to get a quick overview of what a day in the life of a software dev (java) is like? I have done an internship but felt lik...[comments]
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13-07-2019 13:27:39 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Advanced


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