I am a software architect, programmer, and the founder of VConst Inc., the software consulting firm dedicated to providing the highest quality services and solutions that range from enterprise architecture and design to complete implementation of elegant, efficient, and easy to maintain systems. As we design and develop software, we always go the extra mile to share our knowledge with client teams by providing detailed documentation, tutorials, reference materials, presentations, etc. Most importantly, we always lead by example.
In this column I share thoughts on some common issues that every application architect or developer faces on a typical project. Between real projects, I rarely have time to sit down and write an article. These posts, for the most part, stem from the notes and essays I have written in the recent past answering typical and repeating questions in various Java/Architecture/Spring/etc. forums, or helping developers on my teams to better understand a particular issue or concept. Nevertheless, they reflect the issues that interest and concern me.
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