SonarQube (previously Sonar) is a quality management platform aimed mainly at Java (although other programming languages are supported to a varying degree. Here are a couple of tips to get it working on legacy projects: There is an Ant runner … Continue reading
Builders have become commonplace in current Java code. They have the effect of transforming the following code: new Foo(1, 5, "abc", false); Into something like 1 2 3 4 5 6 Foo.builder() .count(1) .priority(5) .name("abc") .canonical(true) .build(); This has the … Continue reading
Hello everybody! Here is the recording for the 42th JUG Meeting – Introduction to Java Chronicle. Thanks to Ovidiu Matan from TodaySoftMag for the recording. You can find Peter Lawrey on his site or on his blog. Chronicle is available … Continue reading
There is a petition out there which really deserves your attention if you’re a Java user and especially a Java programmer: Oracle Corporation: Stop bundling Ask Toolbar with the Java installer! It is demeaning for Java to be treated like … Continue reading
Here is the recording from meeting #41 – Poliglot persistence with spring data with Sergi Almar. Enjoy! PS. You can find the slides in the previous post. Update: also the photos are now available below:
Taming NoSQL with Spring Data from Sergi Almar
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