Jakarta EE is much more than the next iteration of Java EE. It is the doorway to strategic and technical benefits that are only possible through the Jakarta EE community.
High-Performance Java Persistence – eBook
PDF, EPUB, and MOBI (Kindle) book versions
Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and Vue – Java Code Geeks – 2023
Interested to learn about Bootiful Development? Check our article explaining how to build a Spring Boot API using Spring Data JPA and Hibernate.
The Sum of all Reductions
The reduction of all sums
April 4th – 6th, 2023
Developer productivity has many factors. We compare compiler messages in Go, Rust, Python, Typescript, Scala, and Java
Build a Web App with Spring Boot and Spring Security in 15 Minutes – Java Code Geeks – 2023
Interested to learn about Web App? Check our article explaining how to Build a Web App with Spring Boot and Spring Security in just a few minutes.
Tutorial: Create and Verify JWTs in Java – Java Code Geeks – 2023
Interested to learn about JWTs in Java? Check our tutorial showing how to use an existing JWT library to Generate and Decode and verify a JWT.
Coffee + Software with Josh Long
The Java ExecutorService is a built-in thread pool in Java which can be used to execute tasks concurrently. Tasks are submitted to the Java ExecutorService as objects implementing either the Runnable or Callable interface. The ExecutorService then executes it using internal worker threads when worker threads become idle.
What to Know About Garbage Collection as a Java Developer!
Check out this overview of the functionality of the Garbage Collector and the things a developer should know.
Scaling a Spring application with a YugabyteDB cluster
Scaling the data access layer of a Spring application can be done very easily with a YugabyteDB cluster of several nodes.
Eclipse AQAvit Provides Comprehensive Quality Assurance for Java
Eclipse AQAvit project lead Shelley Lambert explains how AQAvit answers key questions that enterprises have about software quality, and how participation in the project can have numerous benefits for your enterprise.
Java’s New Threat Model – DZone
The next positive change in Java security is to strengthen the supply chain of software components, know what’s running and what’s vulnerable, and communicate this information with non-technical experts whose data is at risk.