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Reading and writing Resource Bundles – an alternative approach
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Using JUnit in XPages Projects
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Performance, some findings!
Sat, Jul 19th 2014 6
Concerning Heart Surgery of my son Simon
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 9
Automated building and testing of XPages Applications
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Automated build with Jenkins / Some progress
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What a week – my personal take aways from engage.ug and bccon.de
Sun, Mar 23rd 2014 10
Using JUnit in XPages Projects
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 10
IBM Connections – The next AppDev Plattform?
Mon, Jan 27th 2014 9
Automated build with Jenkins / Some progress
Mon, Apr 7th 2014 9
Automated building and testing of XPages Applications
Thu, May 1st 2014 9
Concerning Heart Surgery of my son Simon
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 9
Offense, Defence and Special-Teams – Thats all you need in XPages!
Wed, Feb 5th 2014 7
org.openntf.junit.xsp – now with EasyMock support
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Reading and writing Resource Bundles – an alternative approach
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Performance, some findings!
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Christian Guedemann
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Reading and writing Resource Bundles – an alternative approach
Sat, Sep 6th 2014 6:13a   Christian Guedemann
Dan Soares explains at NotesIn9 a nice way to read and write resource bundles. It’s a good read so enjoy his work. I was also faced with the problem of reading and a specially writing properties files, because Switzerland is multilingual and my idea was to give the power of translation to the hands of the business project leaders. But how to write properties files, and how to do it in am more productive way? I did go the same way as Dan, I did also find some sample from Sven Hasselbach, bu
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org.openntf.junit.xsp – now with EasyMock support
Tue, Sep 2nd 2014 8:12a   Christian Guedemann
Frank van der Linden asked in his blog post (http://elstarit.nl/?p=157) if EasyMock or PowerMock can be integrated into the org.openntf.junit.xsp and Ryan J. Baxter mentioned also that a testing framework without a good mocking solution is only the half worth. Only the half worth is a good reason to complete the effort. So I implemented also EasyMock and PowerMock to the org.openntf.junit.xsp. With version 1.1.0 you get the capabilty to mock objects. You may ask how does EasyMock work. Her a sma
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Using JUnit in XPages Projects
Thu, Aug 21st 2014 2:15p   Christian Guedemann
Yes! I’ve read some books during my holidays. Clean Code was one of them and also Test Driven Development. Both of them where very interesting and has closed some open questions. Back from holidays, I’ve started to research how I can implement JUnit testing to XPages Applications. The following StackOverflow question brings it to the reality: There is no easy way! But wait, Jakob Majkilde had a good idea! Why not integrate the testing direct to the application and using the XPages re
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Performance, some findings!
Sat, Jul 19th 2014 8:11a   Christian Guedemann
It’s a long time since my last post. But after my sons heart surgery, my time was consumed by one of the biggest challenge that we as WebGate ever has to face. I will definitely write about this, after the successful closing of the project. But in the mean time, I have done some experiments with the XPagesToolkit and large datasets. The question that I’ve to answer is very easy. How to process a large dataset like 100’000 documents to a nice List of contact objects, or in java
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Concerning Heart Surgery of my son Simon
Wed, Jun 11th 2014 12:14a   Christian Guedemann
Dear All, The Heart-Surgery of my son Simon went well and was a success. He is now in the first phase of his recovery. We see that Simon has mad good progress during the last 24 hours and we are looking forward to the moment when he can leave the hospital. Thanks for all your prayers and nice wishes. For us as family its a special time and we feel the presence of God and his love in a very strong way. Christian PS: I’m also using this special time for some research project and to study. S
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Automated building and testing of XPages Applications
Thu, May 1st 2014 8:11a   Christian Guedemann
You know that situation? You have done a roll out of a new version of an application and a short while after being in production, there is this call from an angry customer? A bug, fixed in a previous release did re appear in the new release! How annoying is that. And you ask yourself DID THEY NOT TEST IT? So if you walk to the QA department and ask nicely about “Testing”, what answer would you get? I thinks that’s the moment when you start to think about “Automated Testin
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Automated build with Jenkins / Some progress
Mon, Apr 7th 2014 11:11a   Christian Guedemann
This saturday was dedicated to do some tests with automated build and Jenkins / Maven. Jenkins is a brilliant tool to let a server do some automated tasks. Maven is the tool which delivers a configuration language to describe how to build something. The goal of maven is to do the same thing always in the same way. For me as a highly creative person is doing the same thing always in the same way, a creativity killer. So I think Maven will be my friend, because he is doing all the annoying jobs fo
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My Slides from Engage.ug
Mon, Mar 24th 2014 6:12a   Christian Guedemann
Dev01 – Don't Reinvent the Wheel from Christian Güdemann
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What a week – my personal take aways from engage.ug and bccon.de
Sun, Mar 23rd 2014 2:14p   Christian Guedemann
In fact my week of travels and great meetings started on Wednesday March 12, with 3 Days coaching on customer site in Geneva. Working with customers on a concrete XPages project and guide them to make it first time right is always inspiring. And if there is a Java crack in the project team, you should be well prepared. But its lot of fun and the challenge is to open your ears and learn. The same is with conferences. I had great meetings with the community. But the best thing was to see how impor
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Message to the Participant of the German Developer Camp
Wed, Mar 19th 2014 6:12a   Christian Guedemann
A short message to the german developer camp (in german).
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First Swiss XPages Developer Crowd Day
Fri, Mar 14th 2014 6:11a   Christian Guedemann
Yes, it was a huge success. The Event-Room of WebGate was full of XPages Developers from Switzerland. One of the reason was, that we had the pleasure to meet Martin Donnelly and Eamon Muldon from the IBM XPages Team. The other reason is the DNA of Domino / XPages Developers. It seems that collaboration and sharing of knowledge is a key factor in this community. So we could have an open discussion across the border and boundaries of company and personal interest. During this special moment we wer
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What’s the Sountrack of your coding?
Fri, Mar 14th 2014 6:11a   Christian Guedemann
When you start to code, what music is in your ears? My current favorit is a german song called Augenblick from Söhne Mannheims. What’s your favorit?
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Offense, Defence and Special-Teams – Thats all you need in XPages!
Wed, Feb 5th 2014 5:11p   Christian Guedemann
I’m since the movie “Remember the Titans” a fan of football. A game which can only be won when the teamwork is really great. Because of lack opportunities in Switzerland, I enjoy the fact that each time when IBM Connect is, it is also Superbowl time. This time a great defence won over a good offense. Inspired by an article of Paul Withers http://www.intec.co.uk/back-end-developers-are-from-mars-front-end-developer-are-from-venus/ I try to explain a good XPages Development Team
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XWork Server Community Edition
Sat, Feb 1st 2014 7:11p   Christian Guedemann
In a time where technology doesn’t matter, its important to have technology easy available. Specially for students and young developers. During the OpenNTF BOF Session at IBM Connect we were shocked how old the youngest XPages Developer was. Are we losing the next generation? The community around XPages / Domino is one of the most vibrant. There are a lots of good resources available on the internet. But we are missing a licence model which allows young developers easy to learn the technol
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IBM Connections – The next AppDev Plattform?
Mon, Jan 27th 2014 12:11p   Christian Guedemann
IBM Connections is a great Plattform to bring people centrict data to a single point of storage and processing. Processing this datas with analytics and bring data, people and the work of them into relation is key to have 360 view of your employee, data and processes. But to get this view, you have to attract developers around the globe to develop applications, which use the power of IBM Connections. But todays developers are not the same, then 5 years before. They have the power and freedom to




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