Java Software Engineer Weekly Newsletter - week 3 - January 21, 2020 Oleksandr Stefanovskyi Java RFC-7807 problem details with Spring Boot and JAX-RS - A great overview of this IETF standard for communicating problems and errors to API clients. Key annotations you need to know when working with JPA and Hibernate - An excellent primer for newbies, and a nice review for the more experienced JPA connoisseur. Engineering Special Cases Are a Code Smell - In this article, we discuss the importance of eliminating special cases in order to write more effective and generalized code. Your first 90 days as CTO or VP Engineering. Testing Upcoming Software Testing Trends in 2020 - For QA professionals, it is crucial to quickly adapt to new changes in the testing domain. Find out the trends for 2020. Databases Can — Most of the time, including as few columns as you need in
SELECT * Make a Query Go...Faster?
SELECT queries is a good way to go, but one of Brent’s SQL Server-based clients encountered an edge case where
SELECT * queries actually ran
faster. Two Edge Cases in Postgres's Full-Text Search — When using
to_tsquery, there are some quirks that could trip you up.
Why Developers Love Postgres — A just released, high level talk about why Postgres is a great database, including a section about how a department at Chevron migrated from Oracle to Postgres. You could check out previous issues at 🔗 stefanovskyi.com/newsletter or ✈ telegram .