Andrey Redko

About Andrey Redko

Andriy is a well-grounded software developer with more then 12 years of practical experience using Java/EE, C#/.NET, C++, Groovy, Ruby, functional programming (Scala), databases (MySQL, PostreSQL, Oracle) and NoSQL solutions (MongoDB, Redis).

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Apache CXF 3.0: JAX-RS 2.0 and Bean Validation 1.1 finally together

The upcoming release 3.0 (currently in milestone 2 phase) of the great Apache CXF framework is bringing a lot of interesting and useful features, getting closer to deliver full-fledged JAX-RS 2.0 support. One of those features, a ...
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Your build tool is your good friend: what sbt can do for Java developer

I think for developers picking the right build tool is a very important choice. For years I have been sticking to Apache Maven and, honestly, it does the job well enough, even nowadays it’s a good tool to use. But I always f ...
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Java WebSockets (JSR-356) on Jetty 9.1

Jetty 9.1 is finally released, bringing Java WebSockets (JSR-356) to non-EE environments. It’s awesome news and today’s post will be about using this great new API along with Spring Framework. JSR-356 defines concise, ...
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Coordination and service discovery with Apache Zookeeper

Service-oriented design has proven to be a successful solution for a huge variety of different distributed systems. When used properly, it has a lot of benefits. But as number of services grows, it becomes more difficult to unders ...
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Swagger: make developers love working with your REST API

As JAX-RS API is evolving, with version 2.0 released earlier this year under JSR-339 umbrella, it’s becoming even more easy to create REST services using excellent Java platform. But with great simplicity comes great respons ...
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Easy Messaging with STOMP over WebSockets using Apollo

In my previous post I have covered couple of interesting use cases implementing STOMP messaging over Websockects using well-known message brokers, HornetQ and ActiveMQ. But the one I didn’t cover is Apollo as in my own opini ...
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Easy Messaging with STOMP over WebSockets using ActiveMQ and HornetQ

Messaging is an extremely powerful tool for building distributed software systems of different levels. Typically, at least in Java ecosystem, the client (front-end) never interacts with message broker (or exchange) directly but do ...
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Lightweight real-time charts with Play Framework and Scala using server-side events

Continuing a great journey with awesome Play Framework and Scala language, I would like to share yet another interesting implementation of real-time charting: this time by using lightweight server-side events instead of full-duple ...
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Real-time charts with Play Framework and Scala: extreme productivity on JVM for web

Being a hardcore back-end developer, whenever I am thinking about building web application with some UI on JVM platform, I feel scared. And there are reasons for that: having experience with JSF, Liferay, Grails, … I donR ...
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Fault Injection with Byteman and JUnit

The time when our applications lived in isolation have passed long-long ago. Nowadays applications are a very complicated beasts talking to each other using myriads of APIs and protocols, storing data in traditional or NoSQL datab ...
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