Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! I’ve just landed in tantalizing Toronto, Canada, for the SpringOne Tour Toronto show. I’m so excited to be here, at long last, after so long away from one of my favorite countries. I’ll be doing two talks - my usual, Kubernetes Native Java, and a talk on building Kubernetes Controllers (a.k.a. “Operators”) using the official Kubernetes Java client, Spring Boot, and Spring Native with my amazing friend and teammate Tiffany Jernigan, who you may recall was on the podcast not too long ago.
After Toronto, I’m off to beautiful Berlin, Germany, for the We Are Developers show.
If you’re at either show, don’t hesitate to say hi!
- Spring Tips: Learn Spring for GraphQL (parts 1 and 2 of an ongoing series) Hi Spring fans! I’ve put together a series of videos introducing all things Spring for GraphQL. The first two installments (of nine, I suspect) are available for your viewing pleasure on YouTube as part of my usual @SpringTipsLive series.
- A Bootiful Podcast: Spring I/O founder, Spring trainer, and community legend Sergi Almar
- I did a version of the talk on Kubernetes controllers with my amazing teammate Cora Iberkleid at Spring IO a few weeks ago. Check it out: Bootiful Kubernetes Operators by Cora Iberkleid and Josh Long @ Spring I/O 2022 - YouTube
- Expose GraphQL Field with Different Name
- Configure JWT Authentication for OpenAPI
- Difference Between Expose and Ports in Docker Compose
- Disabling Keycloak Security in Spring Boot
- Docker Compose Restart Policies
- Docker Registry API – Listing Images and Tags
- How to Mock HttpServletRequest
- How to get the auto-incremented ID when using JdbcTemplate
- Log request and responses of REST APIs in SpringBoot, by Ankitha Gowda
- Spring Cloud Stream Applications 2021.1.2 GA Release now available
- Want a taste of the main themes from the Spring team this year? And, in a small way, a preview of what will be coming at SpringOne 2022? Check out this year’s Spring I/O 2022 Welcome and Keynote on YouTube
- Tomcat Warning “To Prevent a Memory Leak, the JDBC Driver Has Been Forcibly Unregistered”
- Writing tests is NEVER a mistake…