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.
Hi, Spring fans! At long last, against all odds, Josh Long (@starbuxman) finally gets to talk to Spring I/O founder and more-than-a-decade-long friend Sergi Almar (@sergialmar) about an edition of Spring I/O after 2019!
In this second installment, Andi and I are joined by Spring for GraphQL lead Rossen Stoyanchev (@rstoya05) as we look at using the Spring for GraphQL component model by writing queries.
I know it's been more than a month since we last published a video, so I'm going to be releasing every episode of this series very quickly, over the next week or two. I've already recorded and mostly finished producing eight episodes. I'm working on producing a ninth, and that'll be that! A complete introduction to all things Spring for GraphQL. These are of course part of the usual Spring Tips playlist on YouTube, but also part of the Learn Spring for GraphQL with Josh Long…
Hi, Spring fans! And welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! I've just returned from three wonderful weeks overseas and now, I'm pleased as punch to convey, that I'm home! And hopefully, COVID-19 free! Who knows what sort of nonsense I caught on the flight home, anyway. Some things, I've always said, shouldn't be open source! But knowledge isn't one of them and I had a lot of fun with this week's roundup, so let's dive right into it!