The SOLID principles are design principles that are used in software development. The term was coined by Robert C. Martin and describes five design principles that specify how functions and data structures are arranged in classes and how these classes should be interconnected. The goal of SOLID is the production of software, which tolerates modifications,… The Solid Design Principles weiterlesen
For my first blogpost I decided to write about a new small feature in Java 17. The new NullPointerException.Actually this is not new. But the content is much more informative than usual.