Here we go…

1. Spring and Java

>> Configuring Spring Boot with file []

A comprehensive guide, including how to avoid common mistakes made by newbies and veterans alike.

>> The best way to call a stored procedure with JPA and Hibernate []

A quick look at the open cursor trap that's so easy to fall into that a feature request was opened specifically to avoid it!

>> Vert.x Kotlin Coroutines []

A brief write-up on how to use Kotlin coroutines for asynchronous callback composition. Very cool.

>> Adopting CI/CD in Your Java Project with the Gitflow Branching Model []

And a new twist on this popular Git branching model, centered around feature segregation on isolated branches.

Also worth reading:

Webinars and presentations:

Time to upgrade:

2. Technical and Musings

>> 4 Techniques Serverless Platforms Use to Balance Performance and Cost []

An in-depth look at how to deal with one of the biggest challenges of FaaS: cold starts.

>> Exposing microservices running in AWS EKS with a microservices/API gateway like Solo Gloo []

And a quick introduction to Gloo, an open-source API gateway for Amazon EKS with native Kubernetes support.

Also worth reading:

3. Comics

And my favorite Dilberts of the week:

>> Lower the Price []

>> Social Media Mind Control []

>> Forming Your Own Opinions []

4. Pick of the Week

Last week, I announced my first new course in over 2 years – Learn Spring.

The announcement period ends on the 22nd, so if you're working with Spring, definitely have a look at the course before next Friday:

>> Learn Spring

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