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  • High-Performance Batch Processing Using Apache Spark and Spring Batch
    by Reza Ganji on 16/05/2021 at 22:22

    Batch processing is dealing with a large amount of data; it actually is a method of running high-volume, repetitive data jobs and each job does a specific task without user interaction. This kind of processing started from the beginning of computation and still continues and perhaps new methods, […]

  • Learning 10 Key Concepts of Java Programming Using Coding Problems [Videos]
    by Tarun Telang on 16/05/2021 at 21:44

    Below is my video series on how to solve Java Practice Challenge Problems from HackerRank with detailed explanations. These videos will help you in building up your understanding of key concepts of the Java programming language. 

  • Which Back-End to Choose? Node.js vs PHP
    by Sajal Soni on 16/05/2021 at 14:43

    In this article, we're going to discuss PHP and Node.js: two popular back-end technologies for web applications. We’ll discuss the key differences between them to help you choose the right back-end technology for your next project. Introduction First of all, let’s go through what […]

  • SAFe no me parece agilidad de negocio
    by Guillem Hernandez Sola on 16/05/2021 at 14:20

    Llevo mucho tiempo recibiendo preguntas sobre Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe para abreviar), y a digo de inicio que SAFe no me parece agilidad de negocio.  No es que sea un grandisimo experto de SAFe, pero si me he documentado sobre el tema. Y creo que voy a intentar dar mi humilde […]

  • Kubernetes Multi-Tenancy Best Practices With Amazon EKS
    by Alfonso Valdes on 16/05/2021 at 14:13

    Applications running on the cloud are diving deeper towards the most critical changes in how they are developed and deployed. Perhaps, the most useful and trendy tool which has come in this space is Kubernetes. There are certain best practices that you should consider for your Kubernetes […]

  • A Guide to Open-Source IaC Testing
    by Rob Schoening on 16/05/2021 at 12:22

    Introduction Over the past several years, Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) platforms, such as Terraform, CloudFormation, and Kubernetes, have rapidly gained traction as the preferred mechanism to provision and manage cloud infrastructure. And for good reason. It wasn’t that long ago that ClickOps […]

  • How to Write Test Script in Selenium?
    by Parimal Kumar on 16/05/2021 at 06:06

    Selenium is one of the essential automation testing tools for web applications or websites. So, it is quite efficient for you to learn the right process to code and write the Selenium test scripts with the help of the right Selenium testing tutorial. The people who want to automate the website or […]

  • Apache Kafka and MQTT (Part 5 of 5): Smart City and 5G
    by Kai Wähner on 15/05/2021 at 19:46

    Apache Kafka and MQTT are a perfect combination for many IoT use cases. This blog series covers the pros and cons of both technologies. Various use cases across industries, including connected vehicles, manufacturing, mobility services, and smart city are explored. The examples use different […]

  • How to Use Test Scenario Editor to Test Your DMN Asset in VSCode
    by Amit Nijhawan on 15/05/2021 at 17:57

    Introduction Testing an asset is a crucial phase for most human activities. As humans, we are able to define very complex algorithms and to design intricate domains with several different possible states. There are no boundaries on what we can create and design. On the other side, as humans, we […]

  • [VLOG] 8 Ways The Stakeholders Empower The Scrum Product Owner To Be Entrepreneurial
    by Joshua Partogi on 15/05/2021 at 14:52

    Hey! What's good this week awesome people? As for me, I have been meeting people in physical space and have started facilitating and training in person again. Still in Australia at the moment though. I am really excited to facilitate and meet people in physical space again after being in virtual […]

  • SpringOne Tour: Booternetes - May 12th, 2021
    by Josh Long on 14/05/2021 at 20:35

    Hi, Spring fans! We wrapped up the epic SpringOne Tour installment for May a couple of days ago. Here’s the Day 1 recording - Booternetes II: The YAML Strikes Back - featuring yours truly, Mark Heckler, Mario Gray, David Turanski, Tiffany Jernigan, Chris Sterling, and special guest star, […]

  • Scala 3 ushers in ‘complete overhaul’ of the language
    by Paul Krill on 14/05/2021 at 20:01

    Scala 3, the latest version of the object-oriented, functional language with JVM and JavaScript runtimes, is now available as a production release. The upgrade, described by the project as a “complete overhaul,” features a new type system and syntax improvements.The production release […]

  • 27 Best Popup & Opt-in WordPress Plugins
    by Daniel Strongin on 14/05/2021 at 15:22

    Whether you're running a blog or an eCommerce business, you'll need to convert your website visitors into subscribers in order to be successful. By adding a stylish and interactive popup and opt-in WordPress plugin to your website, you can easily convert your visitors into subscribers and […]

  • Spring LDAP 2.3.4 released
    by Rob Winch on 14/05/2021 at 15:07

    On behalf of the community, I’m pleased to announce the release of Spring LDAP 2.3.4! This release fixes including a fix where Spring LDAP breaks on JDK9+. You can find the complete details in the release notes.

  • YDS: When Does UAT Happen in Scrum?
    by Ryan Ripley on 14/05/2021 at 14:51

    On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM:  When does UAT happen in Scrum? Today's question is all about User Acceptance Testing (UAT). UAT is an anti-pattern in Scrum. There...we said it. It's just a bad idea. You're creating a phase gate that makes your agile practices look a lot like a […]

  • Getting started with Java Serverless Functions using Quarkus and AWS Lambda
    by Daniel Oh on 14/05/2021 at 12:36

    The serverless journey started with functions - small snippets of code running on-demand and a short period in Figure 1.  AWS Lambda in the “1.0” phase made this paradigm very popular, but it had its limitations around execution time, protocols, and poor local development […]

  • Spring Data 2021.0.1 and 2020.0.9 released
    by Mark Paluch on 14/05/2021 at 10:38

    On behalf of the team, I’m pleased to announce the availability of the Spring Data service releases 2021.0.1 and 2020.0.9. Both releases are built on top of Spring Framework 5.3.7. For your convenience, these releases can be consumed through Spring Boot 2.5.0 respective 2.4.6. The service […]

  • Don’t migrate your problems to the cloud
    by David Linthicum on 14/05/2021 at 10:00

    The cloud is typically a destination for systems needing to be modernized to take advantage of technologies such as AI, predictive analytics, or a hundred other cloud services. It’s typically cheaper, it can be allocated and changed in minutes, and the enterprises technology elites are […]

  • How to Increase max_execution_time in PHP
    by Sajal Soni on 14/05/2021 at 03:37

    In this quick article, we’ll explore the different options that allow you to increase the maximum amount of time a script is allowed to run before it’s terminated by a the parser in PHP. What is the max_execution_time Directive in PHP? The max_execution_time directive sets the maximum […]

  • 25 Ridiculously Impressive HTML5 Canvas Experiments
    by Abhin Sharma on 14/05/2021 at 01:30

    HTML5 is the thing to talk about these days. Today, we have a collection of some ridiculously impressive HTML5 canvas-based experiments that will make you say, "Wow!" Let's take a peek at some of the latest, cutting edge examples out there. Warning: The animations in some of these canvas […]

  • How Spring Security Concurrent Session Control Works: Part 1
    by ZAHID Mohammed on 13/05/2021 at 22:34

    Introduction Spring security provides a mechanism to control and limit the maximum number of single-user open sessions. This mechanism prevents users from exceeding the number of allowed simultaneous connections. For example, Netflix limits the number of screens you can watch at the same time […]

  • Angular 12 arrives with pile of improvements
    by Paul Krill on 13/05/2021 at 21:44

    Angular 12, the latest upgrade to Google’s popular TypeScript-based web framework, is now available as a production release. Among other improvements, the upgrade deprecates the legacy View Engine compilation and rendering pipeline in favor of the newer Ivy technology.Published May 12, […]

  • Be a better Java developer, learn faster and get more results by Bruno Souza
    by Otavio Santana on 13/05/2021 at 20:20

    Struggling to keep up with technology, or feeling overwhelmed with so many things to learn? Do you feel you are a competent developer, but you don't see the results in your career? Maybe you feel like you don't belong or that you are not good enough? Those are common symptoms, you are not alone! […]

  • A Bootiful Podcast: Axon Framework Founder Allard Buijze on CQRS, Sagas, and more
    by Josh Long on 13/05/2021 at 18:30

    Hi, Spring fans! In this installment Josh Long (@starbuxman) talks to Axon founder Allard Buijze (@allardbz) about AxonIQ (@axoniq), the Axon framework, architecture patterns like CQRS and Sagas, and more.

  • Automate Spring Boot application deployments to Azure!
    by Josh Long on 13/05/2021 at 17:00

    Today, we’re excited to announce the availability of the Azure Pipeline Task for deploying Spring Boot applications to Azure Spring Cloud. You can get started by building your pipelines using the Azure Spring Cloud task to automate Spring Boot application deployments to any number of […]

  • Python’s creators unveil speedup plans for Python
    by Serdar Yegulalp on 13/05/2021 at 13:26

    At the Python Language Summit held at PyCon 2021 this week, Python language creator Guido van Rossum unveiled near-term and long-term plans for making Python faster—anywhere from two to five times faster, and possibly more.The Python language already has many ways to run faster, from […]

  • Dangerous Assumptions About Your Customers 🎥
    by Daria Bagina on 13/05/2021 at 13:11

    Your team most likely is making a lot of assumptions. In a complex world, they have to. Whatever we do, we first have to make some assumptions. But there are two key things to take into account: Are you gathering the information from your actual (or future) customers to help you make assumptions? […]

  • Getting Started With Edge Development on Linux Using Open Source
    by Daniel Oh on 13/05/2021 at 12:25

    There are many reasons why Linux is such a popular platform for processing Internet of Things (IoT) edge applications. A major one is a transparency. Linux security capabilities are built on open source projects, giving users a transparent view of security risks and threats and enables them to […]

  • Gold-Plating Beyond Done — Making Your Scrum Work #7
    by Stefan Wolpers on 13/05/2021 at 11:41

    TL; DR: Gold-Plating Beyond Done There are plenty of failure possibilities with Scrum. Given that Scrum is a framework with a reasonable yet short “manual,” this effect should not surprise anyone. However, creating Product Increments that “over-deliver” in scope or quality […]

  • Deno 1.10 overhauls test runner
    by Paul Krill on 13/05/2021 at 10:00

    Deno 1.10, the latest version of the security-focused runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript, improves the built-in test runner and adds a Web Storage API. The update was published May 11.In Deno 1.10, the deno test test runner runs discovered test modules in isolation using a new instance of the […]

  • Understanding the process automation landscape
    by Bernd Ruecker on 13/05/2021 at 10:00

    In 2015, Deutsche Telekom started to apply robotic process automation (RPA), one of many tools in the whole process automation space. Over time the company developed an army of more than 2,500 RPA “bots” in a huge success story. But they also had to learn that even if RPA has […]

  • How to use the Svelte JavaScript framework
    by Matthew Tyson on 13/05/2021 at 10:00

    As 2021 nears the halfway mark, the golden age of JavaScript continues. One of the most exciting characters in the current chapter is the Svelte framework. This article gives you the basics for creating a Svelte project and using some simple UI elements.In a distinctive departure from the current […]

  • The quest for end-to-end intelligent automation
    by Maria Korolov on 13/05/2021 at 09:00

    The pandemic has seen accelerated interest in process automation as organizations have scrambled to overhaul business processes and double down on digital transformations in response to disruptions brought about by COVID-19.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

  • 4 tips to kickstart your agile practice
    by Anna Frazzetto on 13/05/2021 at 09:00

    For years, agile has been the essential approach for keeping innovation teams moving with collaborative precision and velocity. In 2020, many organizations were forced to flip their agile processes upside down to meet the challenges of remote work during the global pandemic.To read this article in […]

  • Spring Data and R2DBC by Example
    by moises zapata on 13/05/2021 at 08:01

    R2DBC is a project that enables us to develop reactive programs API with relational databases, as we can do with databases that natively offer reactive drivers, like for example, Mongo or Cassandra. Spring Data R2DBC is an abstraction of Spring to use repositories that support R2DBC and allows […]

  • 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Implementing DevOps
    by Soren Pedersen on 13/05/2021 at 07:46

    While many companies are starting to reap the benefits of DevOps, there are also a number of pitfalls companies might step in resulting in a lack of business outcome. Before digging into the mistakes we tend to see in the market, I want to give you a small primer.

  • Using Arduino's New Oplà Kit to Read Remote Sensors and Display the Data in Your Home
    by Luca Cipriani on 13/05/2021 at 05:57

    (Click here for Part 1 and Part 2)  Recently, I received the new Arduino Oplà Kit for testing. To try it out, I decided to create an IoT project with multiple environmental sensors that remotely collect data, then report that data over the cloud and back to my home IoT device. It […]

  • Teeing, a Hidden Gem in The Java API
    by Nicolas Fränkel on 12/05/2021 at 22:49

    Last week, I described a use-case for a custom Stream Collector. I received a intriguing comment on Twitter: Hats off to you, Miguel! Your comment revealed a method I didn't know!

  • Sureness: Focusing on the Protection of REST API
    by gong tom on 12/05/2021 at 20:56

    Background    Hi guys! In the mainstream web architecture, protecting the REST API provided by the back-end through effective and fast authentication has become particularly important.     For existing frameworks, whether it is apache shiro which does not natively support rest […]

  • Future, A Token of Task Submission
    by Venkatesh Rajendran on 12/05/2021 at 19:51

    Future, A Token of Task Submission I believe, the title is very abstract but clearly explains the purpose. The concurrency package is the boss when it's come to asynchronous programming. Of course, this is the continuation of my previous articles on asynchronous programming. We have seen creating […]

  • JDK 17: The new features in Java 17
    by Paul Krill on 12/05/2021 at 18:29

    Due in September, Java 17 continues to take shape, with five features planned for the upgrade to standard Java so far plus one feature removal and a feature deprecation. In the latest changes, as of May 12, the platform-agnostic vector API will move into a second incubator phase and sealed classes […]

  • Babel project is running out of money
    by Paul Krill on 12/05/2021 at 16:49

    Despite being used by millions, the open source Babel JavaScript compiler project is running out of money. The Babel development team is now seeking financial help, particularly from corporate sponsors.In a bulletin posted May 10, the Babel core team wrote that, since 2018, it has been doing a […]

  • Java HTML Report in a Few Lines of Code
    by Pavel Ponec on 12/05/2021 at 16:32

    Today I’d like to show you a simple table HTML report created with only thirteen lines of source code, written in a single command line using the Java programming language. Let’s pretend the data provision service already exists. If we wanted to offer our users some simple (sequential) […]

  • Spring HATEOAS 1.2.6 and 1.3.1 released
    by Oliver Drotbohm on 12/05/2021 at 15:10

    On behalf of the Spring community I’d like to announce the availability of Spring HATEOAS 1.2.6 and 1.3.1. The releases contain general bugfixes and are scheduled for inclusion in the upcoming Spring Boot service releases. Find the detailed changelogs for 1.2.6 here and the one for 1.3.1 […]

  • Get moving with Microsoft’s FAST web components
    by Simon Bisson on 12/05/2021 at 10:00

    It’s often hard to choose what web technology framework to use for application front ends. Do you build your own or start with technologies like Vue and React? Maybe you come in at a higher level with a web component framework like Twitter’s Bootstrap, Google’s Polymer or […]

  • 11 tips for speeding up Python programs
    by Serdar Yegulalp on 12/05/2021 at 10:00

    By and large, people use Python because it’s convenient and programmer-friendly, not because it’s fast. The plethora of third-party libraries and the breadth of industry support for Python compensate heavily for its not having the raw performance of Java or C. Speed of development takes […]

  • HTTP Headers for Dummies
    by Burak Guzel on 12/05/2021 at 09:16

    Whether you're a programmer or not, you have seen it everywhere on the web. Even your first Hello World PHP script sent HTTP headers without you realizing it. In this article we are going to learn about the basics of HTTP headers and how we can use them in our web applications. What are HTTP […]

  • 7 IT governance myths
    by John Edwards on 12/05/2021 at 09:00

    When designed and functioning properly, IT governance plays an integral role in aligning IT and business goals, helping to focus, fortify, and advance an enterprise’s overall business strategy. Yet all too often, IT leaders fall victim to popular misconceptions that not only derail effective […]

  • Spring Framework 5.3.7 and 5.2.15 available now
    by Stéphane Nicoll on 12/05/2021 at 06:21

    On behalf of the team and everyone who has contributed, I am pleased to announce that Spring Framework 5.3.7 and 5.2.15 are available now. Spring Framework 5.3.7 includes 45 fixes and improvements. Spring Framework 5.2.15 includes 9 selected fixes and improvements. Stay tuned for follow-up Spring […]

  • 33 Best WordPress Audio Player and Video Player Plugins
    by Daniel Strongin on 12/05/2021 at 04:37

    Add a stylish and easy-to-implement audio and video player plugin to your WordPress website to help display your website's content in an interactive way.  The audio and video WordPress plugins available on Envato Elements and CodeCanyon will allow you to integrate a fully […]

  • How to Check a URL for High-Risk or Vulnerable Paths in Java
    by Laura Bouchard on 11/05/2021 at 22:29

    Whether you rely on them for business or personal use, it’s safe to say that we interact with URLs on a daily basis. They are our gateway to provide and access information across the web, and due to their universal nature, they are constantly scrutinized by attackers for security […]

  • New – Create Microsoft SQL Server Instances of Amazon RDS on AWS Outposts
    by Channy Yun on 11/05/2021 at 19:32

    Last year, we announced Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) on AWS Outposts, which allows you to deploy fully managed database instances in your on-premises environments. AWS Outposts is a fully managed service that extends AWS infrastructure, AWS services, APIs, and tools to virtually […]

  • This Week in Spring - May 11th, 2021
    by Josh Long on 11/05/2021 at 17:57

    Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! First: a happy belated mother’s day to you! Being a mom is already the hardest job, and it got considerably harder this last year as a global pandemic descended on the world forcing so many new complications on an already […]

  • AWS Local Zones Are Now Open in Boston, Miami, and Houston
    by Jeff Barr on 11/05/2021 at 15:55

    AWS Local Zones place select AWS services (compute, storage, database, and so forth) close to large population, industry, and IT centers. They support use cases such as real-time gaming, hybrid migrations, and media & entertainment content creation that need single-digit millisecond latency for […]

  • Use Shared Packages From an Azure DevOps Feed in a Maven Project
    by Sreekumar C on 11/05/2021 at 14:58

    Introduction While building multiple apps, you will come across reusable code. This common code can be packaged, versioned, and hosted so that it can be reused within the organization.  Azure DevOps Artifacts is a service that is part of the Azure DevOps toolset, which allows organizations to […]

  • Chaos Engineering – Stackoverflow Error
    by Ram Lakshmanan on 11/05/2021 at 13:44

    In our series of chaos engineering articles, we have been learning to simulate various performance problems. In this post, let’s discuss how to simulate a StackOverflow error. A StackOverflow error is a runtime error. In this post, we'll simulate a StackOverflowError, diagnose it, and solve […]

  • 52 Scrum Master Interview Questions
    by Jay Rahman on 11/05/2021 at 12:17

        52 Scrum Master Interview Questions   Want to be ready for that tough Scrum Master interview? Here are 52 questions that will help you really ace the upcoming interview and give you confidence during your Scrum Master interview. The Scrum Master Questions What is the Agile […]

  • It's time to get more aggressive with Kubernetes
    by David Linthicum on 11/05/2021 at 10:00

    It’s no secret that the use of Kubernetes has been exploding for some time. VMware’s “State of Kubernetes 2020 Report” surveyed 247 individuals actively using Kubernetes. Most have large development teams, with 24% having more than 2,500 developers.The report indicates that […]

  • What’s new in Rust 1.52
    by Paul Krill, Serdar Yegulalp on 11/05/2021 at 10:00

    The unique approach of the Rust programming language results in better code with fewer compromises than C, C++, Go, and the other languages you probably use. It also gets updated regularly, often every month.Where to download the latest Rust version If you already have a previous version of Rust […]

  • How to read request headers in ASP.NET Core 5 MVC
    by Joydip Kanjilal on 11/05/2021 at 10:00

    ASP.NET Core MVC 5 is a lightweight, open source framework built on top of the ASP.NET Core 5 runtime. ASP.NET Core 5 MVC provides support for request and response headers, which are collections of key-value pairs that are passed between the server and the client together with a request or […]