Tag Archives: code reuse

Microservices are not as new as you think

All around me architects and business managers are beginning to mandate that internal software applications be built (and sometimes rebuilt) as microservices so that we can reuse them and compose applications more quickly. I do admit that the idea of a curated catalog of well designed microservices is attractive. Contrary to all the buzz that […]

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Wicket + Guice including unittests

Last week I spent way too much time integrating Apache Wicket and Google Guice. Yikes! The most difficult part for me was getting the initialization to happen in the right order. A big Thank You to Dan Retzlaff on the Wicket list for helping work through these details. The details below were applied to a […]

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Refactoring to interfaces

The information below was delivered to one of my programmers as direction for how to implement a rather big change in an existing software product that I sell. I thought it was potentially useful to a broader audience, so I’m posting it here: …The rest of this is rather complicated to explain online. I’ll do […]

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Software licensing: Wicket pages and panels

My initial perception of wicket panels was that they were like includes. This naturally lends itself to header, footer and style content that will be the same throughout a web application and avoids duplicating code. It seems wicket panels are more widely used than I first expected. For example, I keep seeing examples of a […]

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