What are the most exciting features that are expected to be released in Java 9?
How to use Jackson to break the infinite recursion problem on bidirectional relationships.
In this example, we aim to have a closer look at slideshows with HTML5. Slideshows are a good way to present a set of images within a part of the website. HTML5 doesn’t have a native tag or set of tags to make a slideshow, but you can achieve it using other provided tags.
This RebelLabs report covers typical Java performance considerations, monitoring and application performance management tools, Java profilers, and common performance testing libraries. We all know that there is no silver bullet in solving performance problems, and you have to choose your tools depending on the needs of your project. So, how do you decide which performance tools are most...
If you were to position ‘microservice architectures’ on the Gartner Hype Cycle, right now, judging from the drip-feed of cautionary articles making the rounds, they’d probably be poised near the summit of the trough of disillusionment. Today we spoke to Mark Little, who was in London to lead Red Hat’s Microservices Architecture Developer Day, for a best-practice flavoured opinion. What the...
The slides behind some some of the best talks at Scala Days
It’s time for a developer workspace cloud that you control. For free.
A case study that shows how to prevent cluster disconnects and data loss when operating the ELK Stack on Amazon Web Services. What tips would you add?
In this post we'll take Spring Boot's idea of executable jars to its natural conclusion: fusing your Spring Boot application together with a JVM and a kernel into a immutable bootable app that can be run unchanged on both VirtualBox and EC2.
What are Java micro frameworks and why should you use them?
Here is a list of criteria I apply to software projects submitted for the Software Quality Award; they can be applied equally to any other projects
A step by step tutorial, showing you how to convert your existing Java Ant project to Maven.
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