Blog: A java geek (Nicolas Frankel)


203 blogs updated: 62 min. ago
A use-case for local class declaration
One of the first things one learns when starting with Java development is how to declare a class into its own file. Potential later stages i...
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26-02-2017 16:48:15 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
ElasticSearch API cheatsheet
ElasticSearch documentation is exhaustive, but the way it's structured has some room for improvement. This post is meant as a cheat-sheet en...
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19-02-2017 15:22:20 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Signing and verifying a standalone JAR
Last week, I wrote about the JVM policy file that explicitly lists allowed sensitive API calls when running the JVM in sandboxed mode. This ...
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12-02-2017 16:26:48 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Proposal for a Java policy files crafting process
I've already written about the JVM security manager, and why it should be used - despite it being rarely the case, if ever. However, just ad...
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05-02-2017 17:04:18 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Compilation of Java code on the fly
Java makes it possible to compile Java code at runtime any Java code. The entry-point to the compilation is the ToolProvider class. From its...
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29-01-2017 17:19:26 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Exploring data sets with Kibana
In this post, I'd like to explore a sample data set using Kibana. This requires some data to start with: let's index some tweets. It's quite...
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22-01-2017 17:18:29 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Open your classes and methods in Kotlin
Though Kotlin and Spring Boot play well together, there are some friction areas between the two. IMHO, chief among them is the fact that Kot...
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15-01-2017 17:36:18 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Feedback on Feeding Spring Boot metrics to Elasticsearch
Some weeks ago, I wrote a post detailing how to send JMX metrics from a Spring Boot app to Elasticsearch by developing another Spring Boot a...
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08-01-2017 15:59:06 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Exploratory Infrastructure projects
Nowadays, most companies use one or another Agile methodology for their software development projects. That makes people involved in softwar...
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01-01-2017 13:25:01 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Starting Beats for Java developers
Last week, I wrote about how one could start developing one's Logstash plugin coming from a Java developer background. However, with the acq...
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18-12-2016 17:50:17 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing

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