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This Week in Spring: Microservices, Reactive, and Kotlin
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week, I've been visiting the Spring and Cloud Foundry teams at ...
20-09-2017 20:57:28 dzone java Advanced
IBM Open Sources WebSphere Liberty Code
It was great talking to Ian Robinson, IBM Distinguished Engineer and WebSphere Chief Architect, about IBM placing the WebSphere Liberty Code...
20-09-2017 14:39:23 dzone java Advanced
Domain Specific Languages in Kotlin
If you've been following my recent posts about Kotlin, you've probably noticed me mentioning Domain Specific Languages (DSL) already. Kotlin...
20-09-2017 08:21:18 dzone java Advanced
Spocklight: Group Assertions With verifyAll
We all know writing tests or specifications with Spock is fun. We can run our specifications, and when one of our assertions in a feature me...
20-09-2017 01:56:22 dzone java Advanced
JNBridge Introduces Java.VS
Thanks to Wayne Citrin, CTO at JNBridge for sharing with me the early-access program in Q4 for Java.VS, a first-of-its-kind Java extension f...
19-09-2017 19:38:28 dzone java Advanced
Testing HTTPS Web Services With Cucumber
In this article, I am writing a small example on how to test HTTPS web services using a Java REST client in a Cucumber test. Any Java develo...
19-09-2017 13:21:17 dzone java Advanced
Java Modularity: A Personal Journey
Java 9 was delayed so many times because of Project Jigsaw, and you might have been hearing a lot about modules, modularity, and other stuff...
19-09-2017 07:04:06 dzone java Advanced
Maintaining PriorityQueue Order With Java Streams
The tricky thing about working with PriorityQueues is that, ironically, they do not always behave according to the PriorityQueue semantics. ...
18-09-2017 19:21:32 dzone java Advanced
Getting to Know java.nio.file.Path (Part 2)
In Part 1 of this series, we looked at most of the APIs in the java.nio.file.Path class. In this article, we will look at the remaining APIs...
18-09-2017 13:01:56 dzone java Advanced
The Malleable Singleton Pattern: Bend, Don't Break
The Singleton design pattern is designed to meet two main criteria. First, there shall only be one instance of the class at a time. Second, ...
18-09-2017 06:42:47 dzone java Advanced

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