A guide to using JSON Web Tokens with both symmetric and asymmetric signing in Spring Security OAuth.
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A quick and practical set of examples for using the core Scanner Class in Java – to work with Strings, Files and user input.
A quick exploration of Codota – a really cool coding assistant that make development simpler, and most importantly – a lot faster.
A clear look at the Java ecosystem in 2018.
Spring MVC configuration – both Java and XML – on a simple Spring MVC project.
The final results of the “Java in 2017” Survey.
A quick review this week, but one with some depth to it. And of course some Hibernate goodness.
An packed week with solid talks on Java 9 and of course the upcoming Spring reactive stuff, microservices and tracing requests through a distributed system.
Reactive is slowly becoming mainstream (both in and outside of Spring), proper logging is more important than ever and AWS is launching a host of new instance types.
This week we’re talking about the JCP, the ELK stack and missing features in the Java streams implementation. Plus a host a fantastic talks.
Looking beyond Java 9, going back to basics with value objects and developer productivity. Overall, an interesting and diverse week.
Lots of great releases in the Spring ecosystem, a look at the performance improvements in Java 9 and some job negotiation advice that could make a difference.
This week was focused on Java 9, new Spring Cloud goodness and finally getting Guava 20. Good stuff all ’round.
A week focused on Microservices, JUnit 5 and good DNS practices to become more resilient to DDOS attacks.
An interesting week with a clear focus on the reactive programming trend that’s seeing traction in the Java community.
This week is all about Hibernate it seems, with some great JavaOne roundups and talks and a solid writeup on microservices.
This week is all about reactive – both in the upcoming Spring 5, but also RxJava and Reactor 3. A very interesting week, full of solid writeups.
Java 9 is officially delayed, we have a new schedule for Java EE 8 as well, and also lots of cool stuff coming out of JavaOne.
New info about Java EE, an insightful breakdown of Java framework usage and an all to real look at how Eclipse is doing in 2016 (not great).
A packed week starting with a deep-dive into Java 9, lots of SpringOne talks, a solid writeup on ElasticSearch tuning and a piece about troubleshooting