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How to deal with Developers that grow your legacy code

posted by Roberto Cortez on

Today, I’ve published the follow up article Back to the future (again): How to reduce legacy code threats before they happen to the The 5 people in your organization that grow legacy code on RebelLabs.

After the success of the original post and the requests of people asking about techniques to deal with the profiles, me and RebelLabs decided to go for the follow-up. I hope that the newest article can answer all of your questions! If not, you know how to reach me. Feel free to contact me and ask me your questions.

A special thanks to RebelLabs for letting me publish my work there and of course to Oliver White for all the support on writing and reviewing the article. You rock!

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Code Development Estimation

posted by Roberto Cortez on

Today, I have published a new article: Why it’s challenging to make estimations about code (plus a developer puzzle) on RebelLabs. I am involved a lot in project estimations, for proposals evaluations, project planning and code development. In my opinion, developers have a hard time estimating the work they need to perform a needed task. Hopefully this article will shed some light in the art of estimation.

Estimation

A special thanks to RebelLabs for letting me publish my work there and of course to Oliver White for all the support on writing and reviewing the article. You rock!

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How to use JPA

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Today, my third article How to use JPA correctly to avoid complaints of a slow application was published on RebelLabs. In the last few years I have worked a lot with JPA, so it was a perfect opportunity to write down some of the things I have learned and hopefully help other developers.

Database Slow

A special thanks to RebelLabs for letting me publish my work there and of course to Oliver White for all the support on writing and reviewing the article. You rock!

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People that grow your legacy code

posted by Roberto Cortez on

Today, my second article The 5 people in your organization that grow legacy code was published on RebelLabs. When I was don’t writing it I wasn’t really sure if it could work, but now I’m happy with the end result. I hope that everyone enjoys reading it.

A special thanks to RebelLabs for letting me publish my work there and of course to Oliver White for all the support on writing and reviewing the article. You rock!

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