Personal opinion on software development in general, development methodologies, tools and best practices in particular

About

This blog is created and maintained by Glenn Dejaeger, Technical Architect at AE nv.
His main interests are Java programming language, different Java frameworks, general coding guidelines, code quality, testing and methodologies (SCRUM, Lean and Kanban in particular).

Comments on: "About" (14)

  1. Notify me of new posts via email.
    +1

  2. Notify me of new posts via email.
    +1

  3. I’ve added the Email subscription feature. RSS feed are also possible of course

  4. readnonstop@gmail.com said:

    how can i follow you on twitter, for new postings in yr blog? thanks

  5. That is really a awesome blog post. I am still new to all these things but I try to improve. Reading this article helped me lots in discovering it. Thanks for sharing it and keep up the solid work.

  6. Thanks for all the great comments everyone!

  7. Thank you for sharing your stuff on blog. it is probably that we have similar interests. one thing are terribly helpful to me.

  8. I see you’re on Twitter now, I will follow there to get updates on your blog. I’m a software Engineer myself, so it makes sense to learn from others🙂

    Great blog BTW

  9. Hi Glenn,

    Nice blog! Is there an email address I can contact you in private?

  10. The author dealt with a few interesting points in this post. I came across it by using Google and I have to confess that I am now subscribed to your website, it’s very great🙂

  11. Reason and judgment are the qualities of a leader….

    Wow, fantastic blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is magnificent, let alone the content!…

  12. Hi Glenn,

    I ran across your blog today while looking for content for DZone’s Javalobby (java.dzone.com) and was wondering if you would be interested in having some of your work featured on our site. If so, please send me an email and I can provide some more information.

    Thanks,

    Chris Smith

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