About Lukas Eder

Lukas is a Java and SQL enthusiast developer. He created the Data Geekery GmbH. He is the creator of jOOQ, a comprehensive SQL library for Java, and he is blogging mostly about these three topics: Java, SQL and jOOQ.

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Asynchronous SQL Execution with jOOQ and Java 8’s CompletableFuture

Reactive programming is the new buzzword, which essentially just means asynchronous programming or messaging. Fact is that functional syntax greatly helps with structuring asynchronous ...
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How Nashorn Impacts API Evolution on a New Level

Following our previous article about how to use jOOQ with Java 8 and Nashorn, one of our users discovered a flaw in using the jOOQ API as discussed here on the user group. In essence, ...
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This is the Final Discussion!

Pun intended… Let’s discuss Java final. Recently, our popular blog post “10 Subtle Best Practices when Coding Java” had a significant revival and a new set of comments as it ...
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Why You Should NOT Implement Layered Architecture

Abstraction layers in software are what architecture astronauts tell you to do. Instead, however, half of all applications out there would be so easy, fun, and most importantly: productive ...
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When the Java 8 Streams API is not Enough

Java 8 was – as always – a release of compromises and backwards-compatibility. A release where the JSR-335 expert group might not have agreed upon scope or feasibility of certain ...
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Look no Further! The Final Answer to “Where to Put Generated Code?”

This recent question on Stack Overflow made me think. Why does jOOQ suggest to put generated code under “/target” and not under “/src”?… and I’m about to give you the ...
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Awesome SQL Trick: Constraints on Views

CHECK constraints are already pretty great when you want to sanitize your data. But there are some limitations to CHECK constraints, including the fact that they are applied to the ...
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PL/SQL backtraces for debugging

For many PL/SQL developers, this might be common sense, but for one of our customers, this was an unknown PL/SQL feature: Backtraces. When your application raises an error somewhere ...
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Integrating jOOQ with PostgreSQL: Partitioning

Introduction jOOQ is a great framework when you want to work with SQL in Java without having too much ORM in your way. At the same time, it can be integrated into many environments ...
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A Wonderful SQL Feature: Quantified Comparison Predicates (ANY, ALL)

Have you ever wondered about the use-case behind SQL’s ANY (also: SOME) and ALL keywords? You have probably not yet encountered these keywords in the wild. Yet they can be extremely ...
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