Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week, I’m home, in San Francisco, California, in the US, where the fears around Coronavirus have heated up and made things problematic for those of us who travel. It looks like, at least for the immediate future, I’ll be - basically - grounded. Stay safe out there, my friends.
The good news is that this will let me get to a ton more other things like the blogs, A Bootiful Podcast and Spring Tips and of course my Reactive Spring book. And of course, we’ve got a ton of things to get to today in today’s installment of This Week in Spring, so let’s get to it!
- Getting Started With RSocket: Spring Boot Server
- A Bootiful Podcast: Spring Cloud Contract lead Marcin Grzejszczak on Spring Cloud Contract, Spring Cloud Sleuth, Continuous Integration and more
- Spring Boot 2.2.5 released
- Spring Boot 2.1.13 released
- CVE Reports Published for Reactor Netty
- Spring Data Moore SR5 and Lovelace SR16 released
- Another fine installment from Greg Turnquist, this one on Messaging with Spring Boot
- This is an interesting post on database schema changes with Hibernate and Spring Boot
- Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Spring Cloud Gateway lead Spencer Gibb
- Congrats to the Confluent team on their new developer portal chock full of good stuff!
- There are new Spring Boot releases, including CVE fixes for Netty
- I love the Cloud Foundry on Kubernetes opportunity
- The good Dr. Dave Syer demonstrating how to start a Spring Boot application, like the Petclinic, used a pre-cached JVM tool
- The Cloud Foundry community is looking for a handful of volunteers to help reconstitute a multi-member vulnerability management team for CFF projects.
- There’s now out-of-the-box support for R2DBC in Spring Boot!
- have you seen the new Spring website? - it’s perty!