Ivan Ivanchuk Small blog about software.
An elegant way to write Singleton in Java

I just typed “The book about loneliness” into Google, you should read it. I hope so. But if you’re looking for a book to become lonely, you should rather look in the section of “software”. This blog post is dedicated to senior software developers with 5+ years of experience. According...

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2023-03-31

How to deploy with Rultor and not shoot yourself in the leg

This guy is trying to set up a CI/CD pipeline. Please don’t distract him. Update! I was saved by Rultor today! Today @rultors saved a lot of time for me just by not letting me merge branches pic.twitter.com/pJTpEpdwI7— Ivan Ivanchuk (@L3r8y) March 24, 2023 This blog post is an addition...

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2023-03-19

Hands off the state of the object

How often do you see the creation of an object through configuration? What does that mean? Right, we have a mutable state of the object. Of course, this does not happen without the involvement of setters. What’s wrong with setters, you may ask. Well, absolutely everything! The fact that, for...

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2023-03-17

How to develop un-analyzable PL

So, today I want to tell you how you should develop a programming language that will never surrender to a static analyzer. After all, we all know that static analysis is bad, quality control is for those who cannot write clean code, and all unit tests should be written by...

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2023-02-27

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