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.
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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
A packed list of great writeups this week, with a clear focus on security, a great JUnit 5 cheat sheet and some Java 8 collectors goodness.
At the very beginning of last year, I decided to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung. Haven’t missed a review since. Here we go… 1. Spring and Java >> Oracle Unveils Plan to Revamp Java EE 8 for the Cloud [infoq.com] The plans Oracle has for the Java EE […]
A quick guide on how to integrate Google’s reCAPTCHA to the user registration process in order to differentiate human from bots.
A relaxed week after SpringOne, but still chock full of goodness with the new plans for Spring 5, a solid analysis of the code of reflection among other things.
Quick and practical guide to different ThreadPool implementations in Java and Guava.
An packed week starting with Hibernate advice and SpringOne and wrapping up with technical debt and the impact it can have on teams.
Form one step closer to Spring 5 to low level JVM compiler optimizations – some solid writeups this week.
The Java “State of the Union”, a look at JUnit 5 and some cool notes on reactive programming – quite an interesting week.
The first milestone of JUnit 5 is out, we have another solid deep-dive into the issues of a persistence solution and some of the best StackOverflow questions ever.
Quite an interesting week with Java 9 almost ready to commit to a hard date, a solid HATEOAS writeup for the Spring ecosystem and lots of releases and goodness.
Java 9 ads new Optional goodness, some good advice on public speaking and all about JIT compilation this week.
A news heavy week with JDK 9 missing feature completion, some Java EE 8 turmoil, on the release of Spring 4.3.
Very interesting numbers showing IntelliJ picking up users from both Eclipse and other IDEs in the last couple of years.
This week, some cool writeups all about reactive programming coming to Spring as well as insights out of a huge dataset of Java exceptions.
A well thought out writeup on deploying to production with Spring and some solid advice on why events make a lot of sense for microservices.
An interesting and diverse week, from some Java persistence goodness to a well-executed Spring Boot migration and the LinkedIn data breach.
A bit of a quicker one this week, as I’m writing it in between Spring IO sessions. Here we go… 1. Spring and Java >> Thymeleaf 3 – Get Started Quickly with Thymeleaf 3 and Spring MVC [codeleak.pl] A quick and to the point intro to using Thymeleaf with Spring, hopefully getting the industry one […]