Books I recommend you read
Great for all developers regardless if you are just getting started or a seasoned veteran. Covers most of the foundations you will need to learn to be a successful developer at a high-level. Actually I was inspired to start this blog after reading this book, which is why I include it first.
Classic book, highly recommended. I wouldn’t use the advice in there too much for making friends. I suppose it’s good advice when you are trying to make a new friend, but eventually your good friends will need to like the real/unfiltered you.
Where the book really shines is in helping you deal with people in the workplace. Dealing with clients, co-workers, writing emails, etc. What you will learn is also great for dealing with acquaintances or strangers that you are not necessarily trying to be friends with.
- KB I hated Wicket when I started my first job in 2014. But that was due to newbie ignorance, and I quickly came to appreciate its simplicity. One Java file, one very very slim HTML file, and that's it. I...
- Dan Haywood Nice to hear you've discovered us. Would love to see you on our slack channel, perhaps you could share your use case?
- E.F.L Also, there exists Apache Isis, which automates the UI creation. It is awesome.
- Olivier Dutrieux Hello @RomanSery, Thx for all your series, very interresting 🙂 Just a mistake on this page : String msg = ((CriticalUpdate)event.getPayload()); is not correct but rather CriticalUpdate msg =...
- René Aravena Hi Roman, I followed your advice and it worked, I had to extend several classes, because in principle, although visually showed the month in Spanish, did not accept dates beyond the 12th day of each...