Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 28
Hello and welcome to the Java Weekly Newsletter Issue 28.
1. Blog Posts
In case you have missed any of my posts, here is the list of articles we published this week.
- What are Microservices [Introduction to the microservices? What are microservices? Learn about the different feature and challenges while working on the microservices.]
- Configuring MySQL for Spring Boot Application [A step by step guide to configure MySQL for Spring Boot application. Learn how to override default datasource configurations provided by Spring Boot to use MySQL as the underlying database.]
2. Spring & Java Community
- Java and Docker, the limitations [Java and Docker aren’t friends out of the box. Docker can set memory and CPU limitations that Java can’t automatically detect. Using either Java Xmx flags (cumbersome/duplicated) or the new experimental JVM flags we can solve this issue.]
- Beyond Lambdas & Streams – Functional Fluency in Java [Naresha K discusses writing functional code in Java 8, the limitations and using Vavr to circumvent those limitations. ]
- Singleton Session Bean in Java EE [Learn some interesting details about Singleton Session Bean.]
- Build and Secure Microservices with Spring Boot 2.0 and OAuth 2.0 [Blog post giving the understanding to secure microservices using Spring Boot and OAuth2.0.]
- Multi-Factor Authentication: 4 Challenges Faced by Developers
- Java at Speed [Gil Tene talks about getting the most of Java applications and understanding some of the optimizations the latest crop of JVMs are able to apply when running on the latest servers.]
- Guide to Java 8 Concurrency Using Executors [The executor services are one of the most important parts of the Concurrency API. Learn how to execute code in parallel via tasks and executor services in Java 8.]
- Java 8 Optional Functionality [Basic understanding of the optional API introduced in Java 8]
3. JPA / Persistence
I do not work very closely in JPA or Hibernate but following few of the blogs for some of the interesting insight into Persistence
4. Spring and Java Releases
- Spring Security 5.1.0.M1 Released
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.5.0 Released
- Hibernate Validator 6.0.10.Final released
- Hibernate ORM 5.3.0.Final release
5. Presentations and Videos
- Spring Tips: Project Riff and Spring Cloud Function [Look at Spring Cloud Function (which lets you write serverless functions that run on your favorite function-as-a-service provider) and Project Riff, the new open-source function-as-a-service platform from Pivotal. ]
- Micrometer: It’s SLF4J—but for Metrics! Webinar [Micrometer is an open source metrics collection facade, the default metrics implementation in Spring Boot 2.0 and above. Think SLF4J—but for metrics! In this talk, we’ll examine why you should be instrumenting your applications with a dimensional collector like Micrometer.]
We will be back with our next weekly newsletter with some more insight details about Java and Spring community.
Happy coding and Have a great day !!!!
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