A guide to using JSON Web Tokens with both symmetric and asymmetric signing in Spring Security OAuth.
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Hiring a Java Dev with Spring Security experience to join the Baeldung team.
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.
I’m finally announcing a new course – Learn Spring – to get you started on your Spring journey.
A clear look at the Java ecosystem in 2018.
Spring MVC configuration – both Java and XML – on a simple Spring MVC project.
I am opening a part-time technical editor position for Baeldung.
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.