1. Java and Spring
A practical look and benchmark using four modes of locking – synchronized, RW Lock, Stamped RW lock and RW optimistic locking. Nice writeup, lots to learn from this one.
Short article on parsing a file using the new Java 8 Stream API – it’s a brave new world.
Ever since this great talk on Global State and Singletons (on youtube), new has been “persona non grata” for me – this article is a great primer for some of the reasons why that is the case.
This series that started a few weeks ago by introducing Spring Security 4 – this article (and the next) build on that momentum by showing how to use HtmlUnit to test your Spring MVC logic.
The new testing support for Spring MVC coming down the pike in Spring Security 4.
Home base for the TDD focused series of hangouts – I covered this in the last few weeks so I won’t harp on it here – the recordings are there if you want to take a look. Part 4 will be live in a few days (on the 4th of June).
Some solid practices to pay attention to when designing your REST API; and the cool thing about this article is that it’s clearly based on practical experience building APIs for clients – and not the “It needs to be RESTful because it just does” school of though.
The story of the “Capture the Bitcoins” bug bounty and experiment. Broken in 2 hours, then again and again – fascinating read. If you’re interested in security at all – this is the read of his week for you.
And in the same vein, a though about moderation and how some negative aspects of development can have a positive effect on your work.