In this episode we interview Janine Patterson on her talk of “Integration Test Coverage with JaCoCo” and dive into the nuances of Units vs Integration tests. We dive into...
It’s new, it’s shiny, and is powerful! The new Spring Boot 2.0 framework is out! And we interviewed Spring’s own @gregturn to tell us what’s new, what’s improved and...
Episode 72. A very deep dive on Var, and unmodifiable collections with Stuart Marks (@stuartmarks) himself!
We went to one of the best sources to learn what’s happening with Var and Java 10, @stuartmarks! Also, what has been (and is being deprecated) on Java 10,...
So we finally wrapped Jigsaw in this episode (the most prominent feature for Java 9 (and included a small errata from @stuartmarks). But Java is moving at a breakneck...
Episode 70. Let’s put puzzles together. Using Java 9’s Jigsaw! It was both the most anticipated and (one of the) most controversial features in Java 9. What’s the bruhaha...
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