Serialization filters, cold starts in JVM, faster charset encoding, simple web server, JDBC caching, and specialized kube-proxies!
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In this article, we’ll cover how to execute parallel unit tests using JUnit 5.
This article explains what Unicode text normalization is, how to remove accents and diacritical marks in text, and the pitfalls to watch out for.
A quick and practical guide to formatting Swagger descriptions.
Learn different ways to remove an entry from a Java HashMap.
Explore different approaches to convert a byte array to a numeric value and vice versa in Java.
Learn how to use a prefix for environment variables with Spring Boot.
Faster Maven builds (always good), how SREs scale in an org, and a cool Datadog feature. A solid week overall.
Explore practical use cases for the fail assertion in JUnit.
Learn how to get a field’s annotations and how the retention meta-annotation works
Learn several methods for updating the value associated with a HashMap key using core Java.
Learn how to create an OkHttpClient and configure it to trust all certificates — not the best practice in production, but you may need it from time to time during development or testing.
Learn about the frozen keyword in Apache Cassandra and how to create frozen collections and user-defined types.
A practical comparison between Spring Boot and Quarkus, with a focus on performance.
In this tutorial, we’re going to consider the usage of the Maven WAR plugin with a Java EE application.
Learn how to define a proper CascadeType to solve the “org.hibernate.TransientObjectException: object references an unsaved transient instance” error
ZGC is even better in Java 17, faster Maven builds, BGP and Facebook, pattern matching future, and economy of code ownership!
Learn how to implement error handling in gRPC for unary and stream-based RPC calls.
Learn how to use custom classes as keys in Maps in Java.
A quick and practical overview of getting the last word of a String in Java.