Spring 5 will debut it’s support for reactive programming. It’s due to integrate an MVC-like component model adapted to support reactive processing and a new type of web endpoint, functional reactive endpoints. In this talk, we’ll look at the basics of the reactive streams initiative, the new Netty-based web runtime, functional reactive endpoints, data access, […]

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At Voxxed Days CERN, Josh Long‘s gave his talk on Cloud Native Java, which he is giving again at Devoxx US 2017. This is an extract of the early release version of Josh Long and Kenny Bastani’s book: Cloud Native Java: Designing Resilient Systems with Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, and Cloud Foundry. The extract is published on Voxxed […]

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“The patterns for how we develop software, both in teams and as individuals, are rapidly evolving.” This article is a deep-dive into Josh Long‘s talk on Cloud Native Java, ahead of Voxxed Days CERN. In this article, we’re going to look at what a cloud native system is, what a ‘good’ distributed system is, and […]

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17 Jan

A Java 8 baseline, Reactive Programming support, and going to the next level: we talked to Rossen Stoyanchev and Brian Clozel about what new features we can expect with Spring 5, and the collaborations and challenges in creating them. To see some of the Spring talks at Devoxx Belgium 2016, see below: Reactive Web Applications […]

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01 Dec

Cloud Native Java by Josh Long “It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.” -W. Edwards Deming Work takes time to flow through an organization and ultimately be deployed to production where it captures value. It’s critical to reduce time-to-production. Software – for many organizations and industries – is a competitive advantage. Organizations […]

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By John Dandeneau, vice president of marketing and business development at Astadia. MAPPER (MAintain, Prepare, and Produce Executive Reports) is a database management and processing system. Today, most see MAPPER as an increasingly costly application that is preventing the modernizing of legacy systems. Typically, the only way available to convert MAPPER to a more modern system is to manually […]

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During the last couple of months I have been discussing OAuth2 usage in enterprises with a few friends and developers at our local meetups. People clearly understand the basic concepts behind it. They use it to login with their gmail, twitter or facebook accounts on third party websites. So they have an idea, but … […]

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This guide walks you through the process of connecting to MySQL databases from Java web applications using JDBC and Spring Framework. The UI part will be built using Vaadin Framework that allows you to build modern single-page web apps with only Java. When connecting to databases from Java applications you have two main options: Using […]

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RebelLabs regularly dusts-down its virtual clipboards to survey developers and create reports from their findings. Its 2016 Developer Productivity Report results are just in contain some interesting findings.   One revealing element of the survey shows the preferred IDE of sampled respondents being IntelliJ, over it’s free-to-use alternative Eclipse. Simon Maple, Head of Developer Advocacy at ZeroTurnaround, RebelLabs parent […]

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Netflix has always been a proud contributor to the open source world. It’s fascinating to see how each of their libraries facilitate a lot of tasks and can help create your development in a tremendous way. In this series of blogposts – The Netflix stack, using Spring Boot – I’ll be going over some of […]

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