So the internet is all raging about this (not so little) framework that is doing it all. Created with a “cloud-first” mentality, @Micronautfw is aiming to be your next...
Ah, Project Lombok is one of those little gems in the Java Ecosystem. But it’s interestingly controversial! Some will love it (as I do), others will hate it! But...
Nothing like a cold chilly day to stay inside and program some more. Before you start that new project from scratch, let’s go over a pretty cool feature of...
So for our new episode we decided to give YOU a holiday gift! Apache Commons! We covered one of the libraries that is ubiquotous in anyone who programs Java,...
Episode 77. Sql or NoSql, To Normalize or to Not Normalize… that (STILL) is the question So you may have thought about using NoSQL or a Document Database for...
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