I just announced the new Spring Boot 2 material, coming in REST With Spring:
At the very beginning of 2014 I decided to start to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung.
Curating my reading has made it more purposeful and diverse – and I’m hopefully providing value to you as well by allowing the best content of the week to raise to the top.
Here we go…
1. Java and Spring
An in-depth look at a cool Stream extension library that come out of the jOOQ main library and API.
A good discussion of the features that were announced/accepted into Java 9. A java REPL would be cool to have.
And of course, if you’re keeping track of news and updates on Java 9 – here’s the page where I’m tracking everything.
Not light reading – Dr. Heinz Kabutz going over some interesting concurrency bugs. I only had time to look at two of these, but they all look like they’re worth exploring a bit more.
Just one of the many things that make the Apache Http libraries a superior alternative to the standard raw HTTP library that comes out of the box with the JDK.
This piece is going deeper into Hibernate dirty checking – now using bytecode enhancement techniques – an interesting and specialized read.
And since we’re on the persistence track, here’s a recent and good piece on transactions when you’re working with an in-memory cache on top of your raw persistence layer.
Finally – because SpringOne2GX was going on, there’s a bit less Spring related news than we’re accustomed to; we do have some cool releases:
2. Technical and Musings
This article has a good Call to Action: Start Logging in JSON Now!
The final chapter of a solid series on Network Performance.
A good case for stepping out of your comfort zone and adopting the idiomatic traits of the particular language you’re coding in right now. It’s simply going to lead to you picking up the language faster.
This is one of my favorite podcasts out there – it’s jam packed with value 🙂 Have a listen.
XKCD is one of those sites that can eat up a good few hours digging through their archives – here’s some of my own favorite ones: