Posts for the month: mar_2018
To format internationalized data properly, Java has a bunch of handy features. If you're English, you'll probably be setting your Locale to
Locale.ENGLISH and all your i18n messages will come out fine, numbers, percentages, currencies etc. look right, and it all pretty much works. However...
I've been remote working as a software developer for more than 12 years. That's full time remote, with occasional trips to "the office". Here's a few of the things I've learnt and passed on to other remoties as we've built a remote working team.
(or - Stop users button mashing while you generate their reports)
Imagine you have a webapp that dynamically generates reports, maybe they're PDFs (mine often are). Sometimes these reports take a while to produce, because they're retrieving and processing a load of data from some huge database.