Last Friday, I submitted the 1st draft for Chapter 2: Quick Start with Java inside Learning Spring Boot. In that one, I walk through the detailed steps of crafting an app that scans for open issues against multiple GitHub repos using several Spring projects.
With that behind me, I am now diving into Chapter 3. In […]
My favorite tool for debugging code over my 16 year career is println().Keep It Simple, Stupid!Back in graduate school, I worked on a real time control system that managed a hydraulic tractor wheel control. It was for testing tire performance. It used C code on the QNX 2 real-time operating system (before they became POSIX […]