A unit test is a tool, not a product; the absence of unit testing can't be excused due to a lack of time or budget
Logz.io maintains sensitive log data as part of its ELK-as-a-Service solution, so they researched how to audit and protect that information. To give the community the results, they wrote this quick guide to using Amazon Web Services and ELK to do exactly that.
What are the top libraries used by some of the most popular Scala projects on GitHub? Based on analyzing 64,562 dependencies
With ZK 8 you can stay true to your Java roots, but also effortlessly keep up with the ever-evolving world of front-end technologies.
An introduction to implementing a simple but very useful serach/filter operation on your Spring REST APIs using JPA Criteria.
Ugh. Your boss wants an estimate for a couple of new features that your client requested. Problem is, your last estimates were way too optimistic and far off the actual time needed. Talk about deadline pressure, eh? Here are 5 simple ways to not make those same estimation mistakes again.
Performance is critical to the success of your web and mobile apps – and will be for a long time in the future. It’s not a matter of if you have to do it. It’s about how to do it best.
Spring is the inversion of controller framework. Spring’s power comes in the way one can configure a bean and wire the dependencies. Camel route itself is a mix of various components, spring becomes a natural fit in Camel’s journey. In this article, we will see how spring supports camel using some examples.
Catching an exception must be your last resort; a properly designed application would catch exceptions in one place only.
Capturing the essence of an Akka User Group conversation, we reveal 6 questions that Enterprise Architects ask about using Akka in production for distributed, resilient Reactive systems...
Not a lot of developers use Semaphores. They can be used to conserve your system resources though. This post takes a look at the four ways they are useful and how they work.
How can you start using one of the coolest features of Java 9 starting today?
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