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Gediminas Siutilas

Before he went to the Java world, Gediminas Siutilas was a C++ developer at Germany company LKSoft. His routine was related to 2D geometry and client-side stuff development for ~3 years. ~2 years ago he became a part of Java world, staring from Customer support and moving forward through many java buzzwords-technologies.


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Spring, lets Mock!

Posted by gadominas on April 7, 2011 at 2:45 PM PDT

How would you mock your services which are not mock-friendly?
Let’s introduce a real case (the bad one) with some preconditions:

  • You have a service where DAOs are wired at runtime based on the some conditions.
  • DAOs lookup API is private and not exposed to the caller

Parleys at iG

Posted by gadominas on February 9, 2008 at 7:51 AM PST

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Don't mess your JPADAO with named queries stuff

Posted by gadominas on January 22, 2008 at 3:45 PM PST

Let's say I have tones of named queries through all my entities.

Code notation for Java

Posted by gadominas on December 19, 2007 at 6:02 AM PST

I used hungarian for C and I'm still using it for Java too.

Another way to control your home electricity devices

Posted by gadominas on March 6, 2007 at 10:55 AM PST

The main idea was to implement the remote power controller to have some kind of remote control over electricity sockets.
The plan was to create the adapter to control the electricity flow through the LPT port and to write an appropriate API.
The next check-point was to play with sound recognition API and to integrate it with the electricity control adapter.
All these ideas were just the ideas unti