Here we go…

1. Spring and Java

>> New Version Scheme for Java SE Platform and the JDK []

The details of the next version scheme for Java.

>> How to Implement Conditional Auditing with Hibernate Envers []

A dive into Hibernate Envers and conditional auditing.

>> SOLID Principles in Action: From Slack to Twilio []

An interesting, long read from Twilio engineering.

>> JEPs Proposed to Target JDK 10 []

These are the early JEPs targeted for JDK 10.

Also worth reading:

Time to upgrade:

2. Technical

>> Microservices with Nomad and Consul []

The Nomad/Consul stack is another interesting option for Microservices.

>> The multiple usages of git rebase –onto []

git rebase certainly has many useful applications.

>> The Pain of Implicit Dependencies []

Introducing implicit dependencies can effectively make code legacy.

Also worth reading:

3. Musings

>> Becoming an accidental architect []

The role of the architect might be more demanding than you think it is.

>> How to Politely Say No and When To Do It []

If there's ever a silver bullet, it's saying “no”.

It's an uncomfortable skill most never master, and it can unlock a lot of great things, so it's worth exploring and learning how to do right.

Also worth reading:

4. Comics

And my favorite Dilberts of the week:

>> Barry Dingle []

>> Barry Dingle Asks About Blockchain []

>> App For Jumping Off the Roof []

5. Pick of the Week

>> You can have two Big Things, but not three []

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