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What would I miss from Spring if I went with Javalin?
Having a read through Javalin and it just looks so incredibly simple and well done. It has validation, auth, openapi integration and [amazin...[comments]
14-04-2021 14:06:01 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Libraries, Frameworks and Technologies you would NOT recommend
Give me your worst nightmares: Things that cost you your job. I'll start: Hadoop[comments]
13-04-2021 19:14:41 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
JReleaser says hello!
[]() JReleaser is a release automation tool for Java projects. Its goal is to simplify creating releases and publishing artifacts to multipl...[comments]
13-04-2021 12:35:46 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Is using Project Lombok actually an good idea?
Hello, I am junior developer in a Software company. One of the Senior developers just decided start to use Lombok in our project and to dele...[comments]
12-04-2021 18:55:18 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Why is it so incredibly difficult to publish JVM libraries? What am I missing?
I've authored and published some Java and Scala libraries to Sonatype OSS using Gradle and SBT. In all cases both the initial setup and on-g...[comments]
11-04-2021 23:55:38 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Introducing neat-chess, a library that implements the UCI protocol, and allows developers to interact with the Stockfish Chess Engine from Java
Link: []() As a side-project, I am working on some tools for creating statistics from my chess games. Unfortunately I was stuck with other p...[comments]
11-04-2021 07:45:26 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit

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