All posts tagged with 'SQL'

Query all the things

06-Nov-19

Over the last weekend, I had some time on my hands and revisited my biking application: https://biking.michael-simons.eu. That application turned 10 this year, started as a Sinatra based Ruby application in 2009 and helped me a lot from the late 2013 and early 2014 in my career. Back then, I was using Spring for a […]

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Oh, all that entitlement…

13-Jul-19

There was a tiny tweet yesterday, resurrecting a talk from Christin: In 2011 I saw @ChristinGorman hold this fantastic lightning talk/rant at JavaZone, and I have never forgotten it. So, Christin, if you want some return on investment on your speaking, look no further. Here is this gem for you all to enjoy https://t.co/cBRRDg90EP — […]

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How to get data into Neo4j?

12-Oct-18

This is the second post in the series of From relational databases to databases with relations. Check the link to find all the other entries, too. The source code for everything, including the relational dataset is on GitHub: https://github.com/michael-simons/bootiful-music.The post has also been featured in This Week in Neo4j. To feel comfortable in a talk, […]

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An HTTP api for analytic queries

02-Nov-16

This post has been featured on This Week in Spring – November 8, 2016 and I’m so happy to be referred as “friend of the Spring community” 🙂 So, you have read through the previous parts of this series (1, 2 and 3) and you now have a Spring Boot project with jOOQ enabled, an […]

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Thoughts about architecture

23-Sep-15

Most people slice their cakes like this: Image by Elaine Ashton and in most cases not horizontally but still many developers, like i did in the past, slice their packages that way. Really, just slapping classes into packages named “Model”, “View” and “Controller” doesn’t implement that pattern. @jensschauder has written much more eloquent than i […]

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