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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