Learn how the @Builder annotation in Project Lombok can help you reduce boilerplate code when implementing the builder pattern to create instances of your Java classes.
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Explore the fundamentals of using Logback in your application.
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Learn how to connect to a NATS server and sent both pub/sub messages and load-balanced queue messages.
Learn about Flips, a library that implements feature flags in the form of powerful annotations for Spring Core, Spring MVC, and Spring Boot applications.
Hit the ground running with Google Cloud Storage with quick examples of how to create a bucket, write, read, and update data.
Learn how to create an application for exchanging messages using JGroups.
Learn how to use Lettuce to connect and query a Redis server from within our application.