Here we go…

1. Spring and Java

>> Multiple Cache Configurations with Caffeine and Spring Boot []

A novel extension of the CaffeineCacheManager lets you configure caches with different specs, all managed by the same CacheManager. Very cool.

>> Running Kotlin Tests With Gradle []

With a bit of configuration, you can run both unit and integration tests in Kotlin — or either in isolation — during a Gradle build.

>> Eclipse and Oracle Unable to Agree on Terms for javax Package Namespace and Trademarks []

And a mind-boggling decision results in a clear departure from the long history of Java SE and EE compatibility. And some of the FAQ on the developing situation.


Also worth reading:

Webinars and presentations:

Time to upgrade:


2. Technical and Musings

>> Surviving the Frequency of Open Source Vulnerabilities []

With an estimated half of all web sites containing critical security vulnerabilities, no company is immune from cyberattacks.

>> CloudFormation CLI workflows []

And though managing stacks via the console is tedious at best, a few basic tools and scripts can take away some of the pain.


Also worth reading:


3. Comics

And my favorite Dilberts of the week:

>> Paying the Replacement More []

>> Dogbert Narrates []

>> Engineers Don't Lie []


4. Pick of the Week

>> Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft []

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