Debugging A Java App

Here are the steps to debugging a Serious Java Application.

  1. The ToeBoneBean is connected to the
  2. FootBoneImpl.isConnectedTo()
  3. AbstractAnkleBone.checkConnection()
  4. ShinBoneFactory.makeConnection()
  5. CompositeKneeBone.connect()
  6. StaticThighBoneBuilder.buildConnection()
  7. HipBoneService.comeUpWithAnotherWayToSayConnect()
  8. BackBoneQueryManager.manageConnection()
  9. NeckBoneDao.executeConnection()
  10. Which leads you to the SQL you were looking for in the first place.

In all seriousness, I am not one of those people who hates Java. It’s just frustrating going to a meetup and hearing about all these great things in Java 8 like lambdas (and yes, I know Java 8 has been out a while) or seeing all the wonderful things that you can do with Spring Boot, and then I go to my job and it’s like the past ten years never happened.

And before any Scala people feel superior, something like _{}\+= is not much better. We did Perl way back when. Not too interested in going back.

You’re welcome.