Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! It’s November 10th, 2020, as I write this and I, for one, can not believe that we’re closer to 2021 than we are to 2019 at this point. That’s insane. Time has absolutely rocketed by in some senses and stood utterly still in others. Odd year, this one.
I hope you’re all doing well! I’m at the Reactive Summit today (virtually, of course). This afternoon I was on a wonderful panel with all sorts of folks from around the ecosystem. And soon, around 17:30 or so, if memory serves, I’ll be speaking about RSocket and its use in the Spring ecosystem.
Also, tonight, I’ll be doing a presentation for Jetbrains - Bootiful Kotlin.
I’m so looking forward to these events and I hope to see you at either or both of these presentations.
We’ve got a lot of stuff to cover this week so let’s get to it!
- A Bootiful Podcast: Spring legend Thomas Risberg on JDBC, Spring Cloud Data Flow, Kubernetes and so much more
- Announcing the General Availability of VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid 1.2
- R2DBC joins Reactive Foundation
- Jonas Boner on the Reactive Principles
- New in Spring 5.3: Improved Cron Expressions
- Productive Server-Side Development With Kotlin: Stories From The Industry – Kotlin Blog | JetBrains
- Redis PubSub With Spring Boot | Vinsguru
- Spring Authorization Server 0.0.3 available now
- Spring Cloud Hoxton.SR9 has been released
- Spring Data 2020.0 - New and Noteworthy - A general Overview
- Spring Framework 5.3.1 and 5.2.11 available now
- Spring Security 5.5.0-M1 Released
- The Record Attribute - What does it mean to be a record at runtime?
- VMware on Effective GitHub Management
- You have a few RabbitMQ deployments, so how do you monitor them? What is the RabbitMQ Cluster Operator? What about the default metrics configuration? Can this be improved?