Author Archives: Andrey Panasyuk

Oracle Certified Professional: Java SE 8 Programmer

I’m continuing my certification efforts to confirm that I’m a programmer at least to myself. It took a while to get prepared to the exam but finally I’ve got it passed with 88% of correct answers and got this nice … Continue reading

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Elegant Objects. Volume 1

It’s been a while since I’ve first heard of Yegor Bugayenko. His blog, his conference talks(here, here and here), his podcast participation(here and here) already presented some of the pretty unusual OOP-related ideas. These looked like a bunch of colorful … Continue reading

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Presenting “Kafka in Production”

Really glad to tell that my second public presentation really happened at JProf meetup. Slides: Kafka_in_production Recording: This time way less time went into text repetition but way more time went into Kafka-related researches. 🙂 Even though I still have … Continue reading

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JEEConf 2017

Ізноў травень і зноўку захацелася ў Кіеў на канферэнцыю JEEConf. Лятаю я ў Кіеў за свае грошы. Было б бязглуздным вытрачаць свае грошы на тое, што не прыносіць задавальнення. Праўда? Квіткі на самалет і на канферэнцыю былі набытыя яшчэ ў … Continue reading

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Force Return in Java

Lets say you’re in the debugging session and you would like to return some specific result from the method in your IDE. Usually I was using Variable window in order to achieve this. However there’s a way simpler approach available … Continue reading

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My First Public Presentation

It took me a while but here we are. Many thanks to the JProf community for providing an opportunity to present about MySQL to Cassandra migration at the meetup. Slides can be found here. It appears to be rather hard … Continue reading

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Spring @Order in collections

It took me a while to understand why is the order not correct in the following code: class A { @Autowired Collection<B> beans; } interface B {} @Component @Order(1) class C implements B {} @Component @Order(2) class D implements B … Continue reading

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