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Hi there! I'm Hương, a software engineer from Việt Nam. I love Java, Agile and anything related to Information Technology. I have several years of experience working on Java web applications together with Agile.
- Java developer at Axon Active Vietnam (2013 - 2017)
- Full-time freelancer (Present)

This blog aims at sharing with you my experience at work, learning experience and so forth. Usually a post is about a problem. I have my own opinions, you also have yours. Let's think the problem through and have some fun!

I am not good at English, if I have mistake in writing, please forgive me. ;)

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  1. Bạn có thể add subscribe option trong website này để mình nhận được tin nhắn, email khi bạn post bài viết mới được không.

    Cám ơn bạn nhiều.

    Tuyền

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    1. Cảm ơn ý kiến của @Tuyen Nguyen nhé. Tôi đã thêm gadget "Follow by Email" vào site. Ngoài ra bạn cũng có thể dùng http://feedly.com/. ;)

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  2. A cài plug in hiển thị code cho dễ đọc vs a

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    1. Thank bạn nhé! Hazz...blog đang sử dụng Syntaxhighlighter, có thể bị vấn đề ở một số browser rồi, tôi kiểm tra lại xem sao. :(

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    2. xem được rồi, mới xem profile linkedin thì ra là bằng tuổi -.-

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  3. em cũng mới tập viết blog: thachleblog.com. Nếu được a ghé đọc góp ý với :D

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  4. bạn có thể viết thêm các bài review về các framework hay công nghệ mới của java không , JSF mình thấy ít cty dùng lằm mặc dù nó là con đẻ của JAVA

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