Java has two integer types: primitive and object. Integer types are often used when serialization is an issue. For example in case of JPA entities you will probably want to use the Integer type. The problem with this type is that it's confusing. It looks like a primitive but it's NOT! Let's take this simple … Continue reading Java Integer Object Dangers
I just played a little bit with Kotlin, a fairly new programming language, that will be the default language for the Android platform. My first impression is good. It seems like a decent language with nice syntax but I won't use it for my personal projects in the near future. Of course if somebody pays … Continue reading Kotlin – first impressions
I just read this article from DHH and I must confess, it has a point, although, I am a strong believer in explicit programming or as I like to call it idiot proof programming. This is because I mostly worked on large or very large projects with lots of team members and of course junior programmers. … Continue reading Implicit programming
Here is a small preview of the Icefloor chapter from my Android game: Brainy Cell. Hope you like it 🙂
With dedication to the Microsoft haters, here is an introduction to Modern Compiler Construction by the great Anders Heljsberg, a Microsoft employee, who is smarter than most of the numbnuts commenting on forums. https://youtu.be/wSdV1M7n4gQ?t=759
... with the same screenshots! Google was merciful, and the game is finally on store :). You can download here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.toth.escape. Don't forget to rate it.
I just published my new game "Brainy Ball" on Google Play and it was rejected! because they take the review process very seriously and rigorously and they noticed something is wrong with my app. As you can see in the image above, I had some copyright issues with my store listing. The screenshots were made by … Continue reading Vigilance a la Google