A deeper look at the upcoming JUnit 5, the new version of Spring Security and some interesting musings on how code reviews are shaping our industry.
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Some cool additions to Spring Data, o solid piece on Hypermedia APIs and of course musings on microservices. A pretty good week.
After reading the enthusiastic Join me at GeeCON article I was inspired to do a quick writeup about the conferences that are coming up in the month of May. I’m super excited about May; first off, there’s GeeCON, starting on the 11th and wrapping up on the 13th and then SpringIO in Barcelona, on the […]
Some interesting Hibernate goodness, a fun read about startups and a new course I’m excited about. All in all, a good week.
A packed week with thoughts on Java generics, the state of Java EE and lots of Kotlin goodness.
A packed with with a focus on JUnit 5, the second RC of Spring Boot and avoiding burnout as a programmer. Good stuff.
A week of Spring releases, forward looking Java persistence interviews and in depth security attacks.
Jenkins 2, JUnit 5, Spring 5 – yeah, we’re definitely getting close to some exciting releases. A solid week chock full of solid writeups.
Local variable type inference, a quick and useful way of running your JUnit tests more predictably and the first RC of Spring Security 4.1 – an exciting week.
New numbers on the Spring and Spring Boot adoption in the ecosystem in March 2016.
An interesting week focused on culture, hiring and firing but definitely also on the upcoming developments in Java 9 and Spring 5.
New numbers for the adoption of Java 8 in March of 2016.
The details of Spring IO are out, Java 10 might be getting a significant syntax upgrade and the talks that have come out this week are quite interesting. Not too shabby.
Running the Java and Spring 2016 Survey here on Baeldung.
Some solid writeups this week, from maintaining an API for multiple versions of Java, to what’s happening with the Unsafe cleanup in Java 9.
JUnit 5 is picking up the pace, lambdas are still fun to play with and a host of solid talks for the weekend. A good, interesting week.
An interesting week with JUnit finally moving forward, new Hibernate documentation and some reactor updates in the Spring ecosystem.
Some very interesting writeups this week, from API design principles to security breaches and the plans for Spring 5.
A deep dive into JVM level optimizations coming to JDK 9, a cool intro to Hystrix to build up architecture resiliency and a few other solid writeups this week.
This article demonstrates two ways to return custom HTTP status codes from Spring MVC controllers: using ResponseEntity and using exceptions.