Author Archives: Severn Everett

JSON in Kotlin: Comparing options

JSON in Kotlin: Comparing Options

Introduction In any web service that receives and transmits data to and from a server, the first and last events will usually be transforming the data from the format used by the web request into the format that the web … Read More

Making scrum meetings more productive

A Proposal For The Less Conventional: Making Scrum Meetings More Productive

Introduction In the list of activities in the Scrum software development life cycle ranked by their popularity amongst developers, “attending meetings” is perhaps locked in a perpetual battle only with “writing documentation” for the position of last place. It’s quite … Read More

Project Loom & Kotlin: Some experiments

Project Loom And Kotlin: Some Experiments

A Primer The publishing of Java 19 in September of this year heralded the first public release of the much-awaited Project Loom into the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) ecosystem. A brief description for those who are unaware: Project Loom is … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 6

Debugging The Perplexing: Don’t Panic!

Background In the 10+ years, I’ve spent in software development, I’ve formulated a law of debugging: “The perplexity of a software bug and the simplicity of its probable cause are positively correlated”. Put simply, the more confounding and “impossible” a … Read More

Apiumhub BLOG 11

Spring I/O 2022

A Renewal After the short days, cold temperatures, and barren flora of winter comes the season of spring: a rebirth of the world, with the days getting longer, the weather getting warmer, and the flowers and trees blooming once again. … Read More

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Project Hygiene

Overview “Eat your veggies!” “Exercise multiple times a week!” “Brush your teeth and floss daily!” Such are the exhortations that every child has heard (many times!) and grown to loathe. However, these are not practices designed solely to make one … Read More

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