Getting Started with Caching in Spring Boot Applications

Last Update: 04.04.2019. By Jens in Spring Boot

One of the features of the Spring Framework is a cache you can transparently add to your code. All you need to do is set an annotation on a method you want to cache and configure the caching mechanism itself. Setting up the cache wasn’t a big deal before, and with Spring Boot it got even more straightforward. Let’s dive into it with an example.


Getting Started with Spring Session

Last Update: 03.04.2019. By Jens in Spring Boot

In this tutorial, we are going to look at Spring Session and build two applications which share the session in Redis.


Tension

Last Update: 26.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

Human communication is complex. It is also way more than just words. Most of our interaction runs on a subconscious level; facial expression, gesture, posture, sound, etc. And the other human interprets that in combination with the words you talk. However, communication also happens without words. Think of Charly Chaplin movies.


How do you...

Last Update: 25.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

How do you see management?


Re: How management sees you

Last Update: 15.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

Reader Sunil wrote to me regarding yesterday’s email that he loves coding and does not want to do anything else and if that is ok?!!


How management sees you

Last Update: 14.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

Was in a long meeting today helping a customer pitching a project proposal to their customer and once again, I made an observation I’d like to share with you.


Learning Process: 6. Teach

Last Update: 13.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

For a long time, my process was only 5 steps long. Yep, exactly the five we covered so far. But over time I noticed that I was slightly off with that assumption. I actually did a sixth step. One I almost never noticed. I wrote or talked about it to fellow devs, which is a form of teaching.


Learning Process: 5. Repeat

Last Update: 12.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

Repetition is the next essential step. It can either be based on the scope or a sub-scope. What I’ll do in this step is to try to build the same app again but without looking up stuff in the resources. It will not work in the first round though. Probably not even in a second. I usually take as many rounds as I need until I feel comfortable enough with the topic.


Learning Process: 4. Do

Last Update: 11.02.2019. By Jens in Newsletter

After we set our reason and scope, researched the topic aka gathered resource, we are ready to dive into the Doing step.


Developers Are The Problem, Not Monoliths

Last Update: 07.02.2019. By Jens in Developers Life | Learning

In a recent post I wrote about why you should not use microservice I mentioned on the side, that developers are the problem for the nightmare monoliths. And not only for that, for much more.