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2001

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Michal Margiel

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Transcript of 2001

Liferay 6.1.2
JBoss 7.1.1
IBM Blades
Oracle 11 R2
Development tools
GIT (BitBucket.org)
Maven 3
Gradle (A little bit)
InteliJ Idea (mostly)/ Eclipse
Jenkins
Frameworks
Spring Framework
Hibernate
Spring JPA Data
Spring Portlet MVC
Test Libraries
Java
JUnit
Mockito
Assertj (for of fest-assert)
JavaScript
Jasmine
Karma
AngularJS mock
Client Side Tools
HTML
AngularJS
JQuery
Twitter Bootstrap
less
We do a lot of JavaScript coding
Unity
Platform
Practices
Development
Scramban (Mix of scrum and kanban)
2 week long sprints
~15 minutes dailies
demos
retrospectives as required
But no commitment
XP
Pair Programming
TDD (on both server and client side)
RedHat 6
The Team
Roman Gural
Michał Bareja
Piotr Kucharski
Adam Michalik
Łukasz Strzelecki
Michał Lipski
Jakub Gołębiowski
Set of modular applications that communicates through common API
Unity Framework
Microstrategy Integration
Data Clearing
File Control Center
Financial Clearing
...
Theme
Layout
Event BUS
Documents
Contacts
User management
Self-care
Service tickets
CDF
MDS
EMACH
...
Volleyball
Board Games
Travels
7 Professional Passionate Developers
Michał Margiel
age: 30
Polish
Michal Margiel read the whole book and sent me a long list of defects he had identified. Some of his remarks regarding code style were very pertinent, and after I had introduced them the book seemed far better than before!
8 years of experience
Java conference with more then 1000 attendees
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