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I'm a passionate and highly motivated Java developer, who really likes challenges and creative problem solving. I also like to automate common tasks and optimize them the best I can. I'm a fast-learner: I like studying new technologies and constantly applying my knowledge in practical situations. I strongly believe that good code has to be elegant and nice to look at, clean and well documented: this is my aim as a developer.
Here's what I've written (so far):
Baeldung on Java
- Java (7)
- Persistence (2)
- DevOps (2)
- Testing (1)
- Spring MVC (1)
- Security (1)
- NoSQL (1)
- Maven (1)
- Jakarta EE (1)
- Algorithms (1)
Learn how to access Maven properties in Java.
Learn about some of the most common ways of integrating R code into Java.
Learn several ways to list all databases in a Redis instance.
Learn how to apply the @Serial annotation in Java 14 to assist with compile-time checks on serializable properties of a class.
Learn about the compiler-added binding code pieces that enable transparent usage of some of Java’s features
Learn how to publish your own RSS feed using Spring MVC
Learn about compile-time dependency injection with Dagger 2 and how it compares to Spring.
Learn about double-checked locking and its alternatives to tackle synchronization problems
Learn how to implement a tagging mechanism with MongoDB.
Learn how to implement a Multi-swarm optimization algorithm in Java.
A quick and practical introduction to the principles of Flyweight Design Pattern.
A quick and practical example of setting up a Jetty server in Java.
A quick and practical guide to the @Test annotation in JUnit 5.
Baeldung on Linux
- Search (1)
- Scripting (1)
- Administration (1)
Learn different options for executing a script on startup in Linux
Learn several ways to find files and then add them to a tar archive from the command line.