Hi Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring.
We’ve got good stuff to get to but first, I want to invite you to be part of the discussion and consider submitting to the SpringOne Platform 2019 event. The call-for-papers opened today!
Now then, we’ve got a ton to get to this week so without further ado..
- WATCH: Hi Spring fans! In last week’s Spring Tips I looked at testing reactive code.
- LISTEN: For last week’s installment of The Bootiful Podcast I talked to Dror Weiss about Codota, which aims to bring much smarter code completion to your IDE
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.7.4 and Skipper 1.1.4 Released
- Spring Cloud Data Flow and Skipper 2.0 M2 Released
- Notice! The legacy question-and-answer forums will be shutdown February 28! The good news, of course, is that we’re still on StackOverflow and we’d love to engage with you there!
- This is a bit meta, but would you like to learn a little more about what it is I (try) to do, in my capacity as the first Spring Developer Advocate at Pivotal? You might enjoy this episode of the Devrel Radio podcast
- I’d like to welcome back Sam Brannen to the Spring team. Sam was a member of the Spring team years ago and contributed to, among other things, the Spring Test support. He’s also now the lead committer of JUnit 5. It’s so nice to have him back! Welcome, Sam!
- I like this writeup on RxJava vs. Reactor. SPOILER: it depends!
- Join us at SpringOne Tour London! We’d love to see you there!
- I love this example by Robert Roeser demonstrating RSocket-based RPC, Proteus, and Project Reactor’s Kafka client.
- I think this is a pretty interesting discussion of AOT Compilation of Spring Boot from the Excelsior JET team blog