Welcome back to another installation of This Week in Spring! I’m hurriedly preparing for a busy few weeks. I’ll be giving a tech talk at our office (875 Howard St, San Francisco, CA) on the 18th (and you’re more than welcome! Just turn up around 12:30 PST on Tuesday the 18th and join us as we talk Boot, baby!), some training on the 19th, then I’ll be in Atlanta for the epic DevNexus show and then, the very next day, off to Montreal, Canada for the ConFoo conference. I hope to see you here, at the GoPivotal offices for the tech talk, or in Atlanta, or in Montreal!
This week we’ve got lots of great stuff, particularly concerning using Spring for building data-driven applications. Check it out!
- Want to learn more about Spring 4’s rich support for Java 8? Check out Spring lead Juergen Hoeller’s upcoming webinar on Spring 4’s support for Java 8!
- We’re excited to announce a webinar on the frequently-asked about Spring LDAP project
- Check out project lead Michael Hunger’s epic SpringOne2GX 2013 talk on Spring Data Neo4j
- Jeremy Grelle, Mattias Niemela, and Tim Branyen’s talk from SpringOne2GX 2013 on AngularJS, Backbone.js and client-centric design from SpringOne2GX 2013 is now available online
- Spring Data lead Oliver Gierke has just announced that Spring Data Elasticsearch 1.0M1 has been released
- Speaking of, check out Oliver’s post introducing some of the new features in Spring Data Codd RC1
- JANNE VALKEALAHTI has a nice post on using the Spring Data YARN project
- Thomas Risberg has announced that Spring Hadoop M5 is now available
- Check out this introduction to Apache Hadoop and Spring Data Hadoop by Hadoop expert Kailash Kutti (video from the Singapore Spring User Group)
- Also from the Singapore Spring User Group, a presentation introducing Spring Data JPA and Spring Data MongoDB
- Oliver and company keep it coming with a release of Spring Data Couchbase 1.0 RC1
- Martin Lippert has announced that Spring Tool Suite and Groovy/Grails Tool Suite 3.5.0.M2 are now available
- Norris Shelton, Jr has written up a nice post on how to get the current, active Spring profile
- Jan Philipp has a nice post on how to use Spring Integration’s fabulous gateway support to expose a facade for a messaging system based on an interface, in this case one that ultimately speaks to RabbitMQ
- Theodora Fragkouli put together a nice post on Spring for Apache Hadoop 2.0 M5. Check it out!