Hi, Spring fans! In this week’s installment Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to Spring Cloud Services teammate Bella (Yuxin) Bai.
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On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I’m happy to announce that Spring Boot 2.2.3 has been released and is now available from repo.spring.io and Maven Central.
This release includes 75 bug fixes, enhancements, documentation improvements, and dependency upgrades. Thanks to all those who have contributed with issue reports and pull requests.
Hi, Spring fans! What a week! I have … nothing… happening this week! You know why? I had jury duty for which I was summonsed in mid-2019. I had to postpone it since I was on the road. I finally report to the court to serve as a juror for some trial unknown, this month, January 2020, and I was there… for maybe two hours. I was excused! You should definitely do your civic duty, of course. But, it was awesome to have it over and done within a few hours. I had blocked out the entire week, just in case. So, now I’m working on my Reactive Spring book, writing a ton of code to support improvements to the production pipeline of my podcast, and so much more.
Happy belated new year to the Spring community! As we start another amazing year of development and advancement within the Spring project ecosystem, I want to share with you an updated sample application that represents some of the progress we have made across the portfolio to support a Reactive programming model.
The BookStore Service Broker sample application has been updated to demonstrate the integration of several of the various Spring projects, including Spring Cloud Open Service Broker, Spring Data, Spring Security, Spring HATEOAS, and of course Spring WebFlux and Spring Boot. All of these projects have GA versions that include Reactive support and are ready for production in your own applications and services.
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This is also the 9th anniversary of the This Week in Spring blog series. I started it the first Tuesday after the new year in January 2011. NINE years is a long time, and it’s been - and continues to be - a ton of fun.
I’ve never missed an installment - every Tuesday for almost a decade, come heck or high water - I get this done. It’s always on Tuesday, my time - whatever time that is. If I’m in Tokyo or Shanghai or Sydney then the installment may very well post sometime in most people’s Monday, or if I’m in California or Hawaii or South America, then it might be posted sometime early into most people’s Wednesday. But it’s always my Tuesday. Some times, I’ve had to cheat and apply the Hawaii rule: it’s still Tuesday if it’s still Tuesday in Hawaii! But, it’s always Tuesday. Things have gotten easier for me. Nowadays, plenty of airplanes have Wi-Fi. And, our blog software now supports scheduled posts. So, almost no reason I should ever miss an installment unless I’m very busy.
Hi, Spring fans! In this episode, Josh Long talks to the one, the only, the inimitable, the amazing, his hero, the good Dr. Dave Syer, Spring Framework committer, former Spring Batch lead, former Spring Security OAuth lead, co-founder of both Spring Boot and Spring Cloud, etc. Statistically, if you’re using Spring today, you’re probably using code he wrote. This episode was recorded at SpringOne Platform 2019. Happy new year, and enjoy!
Hi, Spring fans, and HAPPY NEW YEAR! Welcome to another, extra-special installment of This Week in Spring. Normally, when writing the first post after or before the new year, I chronicle the most important moments in the last year. This year, seeing as we’re about to tip the scales and embark upon not just a new year but a new decade, I’m going to do my level headed best to distill the biggest and the best for the Spring ecosystem in the last decade. The problem I face in writing this isn’t in coming up with things to mention, it’s in limiting the number of things I mention!
Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! Can you believe it’s the 24th of December already? We’re already two days into Chanukah, and one day away from Christmas, one day away from Kwanza, and two days away from Boxing Day, among other holidays. And just a week away from the brand new year, the first year of the new decade! I can’t believe it! By the end of 2020, I’ll have been (officially) part of the Spring team for 10 years and I’ll have been doing these This Week in Spring roundups for 10 years too. What a privilege it’s been to be a part of the team.