Blog: A java geek (Nicolas Frankel)


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Cloud offerings free tier - Amazon vs Google
As a developer, you're a pretty important resources for service providers. Without developers, service providers cannot make savings based o...
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26-03-2017 17:09:33 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Fully configurable mappings for Spring MVC
As I wrote some weeks earlier, I'm trying to implement features of the Spring Boot actuator in a non-Boot Spring MVC applications. Developin...
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19-03-2017 18:18:27 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
Coping with stringly-typed
Most developers have strong opinions regarding whether a language should be strongly-typed or weakly-typed, whatever notions they put behind...
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12-03-2017 18:10:21 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
A use-case for Spring component scan
Regular readers of this blog know I'm a big proponent of the Spring framework, but I'm quite opinionated in the way it should be used. For e...
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05-03-2017 17:04:18 A java geek (Nicolas Frankel) Agile & Testing
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

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