There’s a long back story to Java annotations. Introduced in 2004 for Java 5 and supported by the
javac compiler since Java 6 in 2002, Read more
You may know Nussknacker, which is our open-source tool for scenario authoring, but we have a bunch of other projects we want to share Read more
We’ve released a persistence library for Kotlin, you can find it on our Github. It’s a JPA-to-Exposed SQL DSL generator.
The state of Read more
At TouK, we try to early adopt technologies. We don’t have a starter project skeleton that is reused in every new project, Read more
So, Russia 2018 World Cup is over. There were lots of good moments, and some worse (especially for us, here in Poland….). But is there Read more
The Distributed Monolith term surely has a bad press. When you read through blogs and conference talks I’m sure you’d better build a “traditional” monolith Read more
For sure following hype just for being “hot” can bring problems. However, I’ve been in projects with microservices and nosql being great choices.
React? Functional Read more
We are pleased to announce that we’re moving our code-review tool Sputnik to another level – now you can use it to review pull requests Read more
This is part 2 of my “Clojure web development” series. You can discuss first part on this reddit thread. After reading the comments I must Read more
It’s now more than a year that I’m getting familiar with Clojure and the more I dive into it, the more it becomes the language Read more