About Daniel Bryant

Daniel Bryant spends his day working as a software development consultant, specialising in designing and deploying JVM and NoSQL-based business solutions to the cloud for Small-to-Medium Enterprises. By night he works on several open-source projects, primarily with the goal to contribute back to the community, but also to learn about exciting new technologies. Daniel is an active member of the London Java Community and as part of this role he is currently working on the 'Adopt OpenJDK' Betterrev project. This project strives to make contributions to the OpenJDK source code much simpler, with the ultimate goal of promoting community engagement in the Reference Implementation for Java. During any remaining spare time Daniel also keeps an eye on academic developments within Artificial Intelligence and defeasible reasoning, having gained a PhD in this topic during his misspent youth as an academic.

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Implementing correlation ids in Spring Boot (for distributed tracing in SOA/microservices)

After attending Sam Newman’s microservice talks at Geecon last week I started to think more about what is most likely an essential feature of service-oriented / microservice platforms ...
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Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One)

Testing Web-based Spring Applications in 2013 (Part One) A fellow LJCer and TDD/BDD advocate has recently started developing an application using the ever-popular Spring stack, and ...
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Overriding a packaged Spring application properties file via an external file

Quite a common use case when developing a Spring application is that you want to have multiple versions of configuration properties depending on where you are deploying to, for example, ...
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