How do we use the principles of clean code
25/03/2021 · 5 min read
There is a well-known proverb in programming theory which states that writing a program is as complicated as the problem itself that we are writing it about. At the ASH Software House, we usually create software solutions for extremely complex problems. There is also the clean code which is very useful and everyone uses it. It helps a lot to make a better quality software product in less time. However, incorporating its elements into everyday work and grinding it smoothly is a lengthy process.
The Future of Java: Most Awaited Features
19/03/2021 · 5 min read
Java’s latest development kit will arrive in less than a month, reaching version 16, but thanks to Oracle’s not-so-recently introduced release cadence, version 17 is also on the horizon.
This is especially interesting since Java 17 will be the next LTS (long-term support) version of Java, thus retiring Java 11 from its position.
For the past few years, Oracle has seemed committed to closing the backlog that Java has been collecting since version 8 – mostly due to backward compatibility guarantees.