Here we go…

1. Spring and Java

>> Feature toggles in a microservice environment – Part 2: Implementation []

A quick look at Unleash, a Node.js service for managing feature toggles across a collection of microservices, with a simple Java-based configuration example.

>> MBD-to-MDB Messaging: Harness the Power of the River Delta []

A good write-up showing how messaging between Message-Driven Beans can lead to powerful, asynchronous architectures.

>> A boost for Java on the Client []

And Gluon announces their client plugin for Maven and Gradle, which will compile a Java app and its dependencies to native code.

Also worth reading:

Webinars and presentations:

Time to upgrade:

2. Technical and Musings

>> Using Intel Analytics Zoo to Inject AI into Customer Service Platform (Part II) []

An exercise in developing a Question Answering (QA) solution using Analytics Zoo on Azure's Big Data platform.

>> Why AWS access and secret keys should not be in the codebase []

And a few good reasons why secret keys should come from environment variables and should never be hard-coded.

Also worth reading:

3. Comics

And my favorite Dilberts of the week:

>> If You Can Dream []

>> Wally and His Priorities []

>> Counting Morons []

4. Pick of the Week

Last week, I wrote about Codota – a really interesting coding assistant I found and have been using.

The response to the video was overwhelmingly positive, which is always super cool to see.

Here's Codota directly, in case you missed it. My suggestion is to simply install it and have it running in the background, as you're coding normally:

>> Codota – an AI Assistant that Actually Works []

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