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Book Review: Enterprise Java Microservices by Ken Finnigan

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Pages: 245
Published by: Manning
Release date: nov 2018

Disclaimer: I received this book as a collaboration with Manning and the author.
Some context on learning MicroservicesLet’s clarify one thing, switching from Monolit…

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Eclipse MicroProfile Metrics, practical use cases

BackgroundAt the end of 2000 decade, one of the main motivations for DevOps creation was the (relatively speaking) neglected interaction between development, QA and operations teams.In this line, the “DevOps promise” could be summarized as the union …

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Book Review: Best Developer Job Ever! by Bruno Souza

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Pages: 95
Published by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Release date: july 2018
About the authorI should start this review with a personal comment about the author, Bruno as many Java developers know is one of the most influent…

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Notes on JavaEE support for NetBeans 9

Today one of my favourite open source projects got a major release, now under Apache Foundation, welcome back NetBeans!.
The @TheASF @NetBeans community is proud to announce the 1st official release of @TheASF @NetBeans (incubating): https://t.co/GJL…

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Testing JavaEE backward and forward compatibility with Servlet, JAX-RS, Batch and Microprofile

One of the most interesting concepts that made Java EE (and Java) appealing for the enterprise is its great backward compatibility, ensuring that years of investment in R&D could be reused in future developments.Neverthless one of the least under…

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