Welcome back to another installment of This Week in Spring!
If you're in the Bay Area, I hope you'll join me at 875 Howard St. in San Francisco at the Pivotal offices on the 5th floor at 5:30 both today and tomorrow. I'll be giving one talk each evening - one on building RESTful services with Spring, and the other a sort of abbreviated look at the latest and greatest in the Spring.IO platform. Also, the SpringOne2GX 2013 keynotes from day 1 and day 2 are now up for your enjoyment. Make sure to check out the Day 1 keynote around 1:13:40 to hear Pivotal Labs - hardcore Ruby developers, talk about their experience with Spring and Spring Boot.
As usual, we've got a lot to cover, so let's get to it!
- For everybody who is looking to quickly increase their Spring knowledge Spring Education is offering a nice end of the year discount on all Spring Training classes in November and December. Please use the following referral code during the registration process: springtime.
- At the Strata Conference + Hadoop World 2013, Pivotal announced that Spring for Apache Hadoop / Spring XD has been certified with Pivotal HD, Cloudera's CDH, and Hortonworks HDP products.
- Speaking of Spring XD - a new getting started guide on how to use Spring XD to monitor Twitter is now available - check it out!
- If you want to learn about Spring for Hadoop and Spring XD, check out the replay of the webinar, What You Can Do With Hadoop: Building Big Data Applications with Hadoop & Spring.
- Still Spring and Hadoop hungry? The SpringOne 2GX 2013 Day 2 Keynote Replay is now available -- hear Mark Pollack, Mark Fisher, Michael Minella and Graeme Rocher in their epic keynote ranging from Spring IO, Groovy/Grails, Spring and Hadoop, Big Data, Spring Batch and Integration.
- Join Juergen Hoeller for a Spring Webinar Replay: Modern Component Design with Spring from a very recent webinar!
- Catch up on the latest in Websockets with Rossen Stoyanchev in a webinar replay: Building WebSocket Browser Applications with Spring
- Spring MVC and web CMS users should check out this session from Campbell-Ewald and Magnolia on Bringing Spring Apps to the Web at the US Navy, brought to you by the Spring Team and Magnolia.
- On November 19th, I'll join C24 CEO John Davies for a talk, Dynamic Routing at 1 Million Per Second with Spring Integration where we'll discuss how to scale processing with C24's excellent integration technology and Spring Integration
- Join me on November 21st for a webinar introducing the latest and greatest coming out of the Spring family as part of Pivotal
- Our friend Petri Kainulainen is back at it again, this time with a post on how to add Spring MVC web application registration and login with the Spring Social and Spring Social Security modules.
- Nicolas Frankel has put together an interesting post: Dependency Injection and Rich Domain Objects are Compatible.
- Dan Woods is back and he's put together a post on creating a backend processor (service tier) with Spring Integration and RabbitMQ
- Spring Data ninja Oliver Gierke has announced that the Spring Data Babbage release train SR1 has been released. The release bundles a bunch of important enhancements and bug fixes and is a recommended upgrade. You can find all issues fixed in this release in our JIRA. This release train is named for Charles Babbage, who was a mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer, who is best remembered now for originating the concept of a programmable computer.