All posts tagged with 'Spring Boot Buch'

June Wrap up

30-Jun-17

June was a very though month. I did quite some traveling and thus had hardly time for biking. Cycling wise worst June ever, below 300km in total. Spring Boot Buch Two weeks ago I received several drafts for the cover and I’m quite happy with them and already decided for one. (By the way, I […]

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Spring Boot Buch: May recap

31-May-17

May has been a busy month for which I had covering Spring Security for the book on my agenda. You already can see the examples of that chapter here github.com/springbootbuch/security. I think there are some really useful configurations inside. As a matter of fact, shortly after I began that chapter, Spring Security 5.0 M1 has […]

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Digging deep into Spring Boots “Starter”

30-Apr-17

First of all: Congratulations Thorben for releasing Hibernate Tips on time. I’ve read through a lot of the tipps and my review on Amazon still stands: If you want to get a real good knowledge of Hibernate, JPA and databases, make sure you get Thorbens book in combination with Vlads High-Performance Java Persistence. They have […]

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Spring Boot Buch: Getting there

01-Apr-17

The third month was a though one: It started with a workshop in Düsseldorf, lead by innoQs Till. “Skalierbare Web-Architekturen” got me the last points I need to do the ISAQB-CPSA-A, but I wish they workshop had taken a different direction. Anyway, not something I can blame on Till. I changed my milestones a little […]

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Spring Boot Buch examples

15-Mar-17

The examples that I’m gonna use throughout my book are already out in the wild and getting not only feedback, but also pull requests from the community. Checkout the GitHub org: github.com/springbootbuch/. I’m more than happy to add YOURS 🙂

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