Java Weekly Newsletter - week 36 - September 10, 2019
Java Weekly Newsletter - week 36 - September 10, 2019Oleksandr Stefanovskyi
Java & Spring
- Candidate JEPs: Records and Sealed Types - Two related Java preview feature proposals that, when taken together, may be combined to form algebraic data types.
- Quick Guide to Building a Spring Boot Starter - Building your own starter can help with cross-cutting concerns and isn't all that difficult.
- Spring Bean Lifecycle: Using Spring Aware Interfaces - Learn more about using Aware interfaces to access Spring bean lifecycle events.
- Know for Sure with Property-Based Testing
- Working With Resources in Spring
- Java Optionals to the Rescue
- Autowiring in Spring
- The first Github Actions
- Using variables in Docker-Compose
- Modern applications at AWS
- Writing Custom Web Element Actions With TestProject
- 8 Benefits of Unit Testing
- Chaos Engineering: A Comprehensive Guide
- MongoDB Atlas Data Lake, Now Explorable with MongoDB Compass - MongoDB Data Lake, currently in beta, is a fully managed data lake as a service that lets you explore semi-structured data stored on AWS S3 (other stores to be supported in due course) using the MongoDB Query Language.
- Refactoring a Relational Database to Amazon DynamoDB — A walk through the process of reading, transforming, and writing SQL Server data from an Amazon EC2 instance to Amazon DynamoDB using AWS Glue.
- SQL JOINs, Explained Without the Venn Diagrams — JOINs and UNIONs are the first big learning curve after getting your head around SQL basics.
- Using Spring Data Redis in Spring Boot 2.0 to Write a Custom Query
- On Par With Window Functions