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While Waiting for Jakarta EE

It is more than a year since Oracle announced the transfer of Java™ EE to Eclipse Foundation at JavaOne 2017. Since then, a lot has happened: Java™ EE 8 API and implementation projects have been set up under EE4J. The Eclipse GlassFish 5.1 release is approaching. A brand new Jakarta EE specification process is right around the corner. Community shows ...

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Serverless Security: Putting it on Autopilot

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Ack: This article is a remix of stuff learned from personal experience as well as from multiple other sources on serverless security. I cannot list down or acknowledge all of them here; nevertheless, special thanks should go to The Register, Hacker Noon, PureSec, and the Serverless Status and Serverless (Cron)icle newsletters. We all love to imagine that our systems are ...

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Top 5 Spring Boot Features Java Developers Should Know

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You might have heard about Spring Boot and it’s magical powers about creating a Spring Web application in just under 140 characters which can be written in a tweet, but what that really means? What are those features which provide Spring Boot such power and make Spring application development so easy? Well, that’s what you will learn in this article, but ...

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Search for time interval in logs

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Intro This post is indirectly related to my mini-series about log analysis. It would be great to read the two main parts to better understand what I’m talking about. Part 1, Part 2. This post describes one important problem I ran into while implementing the IDE approach. Task Description When someone is working with logs usually he or she needs to investigate ...

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Build a Mobile App with React Native and Spring Boot

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“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Java Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. React Native is a framework for building mobile applications with React. React allows you to use a declarative style of programming to describe how your UI should ...

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IDE approach to log analysis pt. 2

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Intro In the first part I explained the theoretical approach to log analysis that I think is best for a sustain engineer. This engineer doesn’t need to analyze logs immediately as they come but instead is focused on a deep analysis of complicated issues. In this second part I’ll show that many search scenarios can be covered with one sophisticated template and ...

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IDE approach to log analysis pt. 1

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Intro I think most software engineers understand the importance of logs. They have become part of software development. If something doesn’t work we try to find the cause in the logs. This could be enough for simple cases when a bug prevents an application from opening a window. You find the issue in the logs, look it up on Google ...

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Building Enterprise Java applications, the Spring way

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I think it is fair to say that Java EE has gained pretty bad reputation among Java developers. Despite the fact that it has certainly improved on all fronts over the years, even changed home to Eclipse Foundation to become Jakarta EE, its bitter taste is still quite strong. On the other side we have Spring Framework (or to reflect ...

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