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  • Debugging in MonoTouch

    by Bryan Costanich on  May 10, 2010 2

    When you run into bugs in application development, it's important to be able to track them down quickly and efficiently. To this end, debuggers allow you to track your code during execution and see exactly what’s happening. This article explores how to set up, test out, and work with the MonoTouch debugger while developing iPhone applications, including debugging running applications over Wifi.

  • Book Excerpt and Interview: Effective Java, Second Edition

    by Ryan Slobojan on  May 13, 2008 7

    Effective Java, Second Edition by Joshua Bloch is an updated version of the classic first edition, which was the winner of a 2001 Jolt Award. This edition has been updated to discuss Java 6 language features including generics, enums, annotations, autoboxing, the for-each loop, varargs, and concurrency utilities. InfoQ asked Bloch several questions about the areas that the new edition covers.

  • A Look at Ruby Debuggers

    by Werner Schuster on  Apr 19, 2008

    A misconception lingers in the Ruby world: Ruby has no debugger. This is blatantly wrong - Ruby has debuggers, GUIs for debuggers and APIs for debuggers. InfoQ takes a close look at the state of debugging tools in the Ruby world - and finds that its debugging support is more than sufficient.

Talking .NET Code Analysis with Patrick Smacchia

Posted by Robert Bazinet on  Jan 07, 2008

Patrick Smacchia is a Visual C# MVP with over 15 years of software development experience. He is the lead developer of NDepend.

Using singleton classes for object metadata

Posted by Werner Schuster on  Dec 05, 2007

Annotating existing object graphs - we show a simple, extensible solution using Ruby's singleton classes.

Software Testing With Spring Framework

Posted by Srini & Kavitha Penchikala on  Nov 12, 2007

Srini & Kavitha Penchikala give an overview of the support provided by Spring framework in the areas of unit and integration testing, with a sample application. 16

Implementing Automated Governance for Coding Standards

Posted by Mark Figley on  Jul 26, 2007

Mark Figley talks about enforcing coding standards and best practices in an automated fashion through the build process. 5

Implementing Exceptions in SOA

Posted by Boris Lublinsky on  May 30, 2007

In this InfoQ article, Boris Lublinsky highlights the problems with exception handling in SOA, and suggests applying SOA principles to exception handling as a solution. 7

The MOle Plugin

Posted by Fernand Galiana on  May 05, 2007

A comprehensive intro to the MOle, a plugin that provides insight into the inner workings of Ruby on Rails in realtime, as requests come in and get processed. 3

SOA and Agile: Friends or Foes?

Posted by Amr Elssamadisy on  Apr 14, 2007

SOA and Agile: Which is right? Which is better? Are we comparing apples and oranges? Can they be used together, and if so, how? This is a discussion topic so come and put in your 2 cents! 22

.Net Exceptions - Tracking Down Where In The Code The Exceptions Occurred

Posted by Tess Ferrnandez on  May 10, 2006

Tess Ferrnandez, an escalation engineer in PSS (product support services) at Microsoft, outlines the procedure for tracking down where in your code an exception occurred by using a stack dump.

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