Improve build times with Context Caching from Spring Test
Spring has lots of features to help with integration testing, but it always takes lots of time to execute. This article deep dives in mechanisms to speed up the process, and explains differents annotations available.
Different kinds of testing
When talking about tests, it seems terminology is a bit confusing. This post aims to clarify each type of test and gives a good understanding of each. Linked posts are also good!
Proxyjump, the SSH option you probably never heard of
Every time I need to do a SSH tunnel, I am kind of lost, I need to draw servers and where I want go and through what. And this option seems to be what I needed for so long. So, from now on, I will Proxyjump :)
My Favorite CLI Tools
Yeah, I know, you already have your commandline tools, me too. Why not have a look at what others use. Maybe you will find something interesting ;)
Patterns of Distributed Systems
Distributed systems face common problems wich are often hard to handle. In this article series, the author address common solutions to deal with these issues.
Thinking like an architect
There’s so much debate on what makes a person an architect (aside from their business card). Gregor Hohpe explores in this articles series published on his blog what should be the typical architects way of thinking.
Quickly debugging Postgres problems
And a bookmark to add, classic debugging queries on Postgres
Performance Effects of Exceptions in Java
Exceptions are very useful in JAVA language. However, some wrong usages of this feature may impact applications performance. In this Baeldung article, the author analyze them and make some recommendations.
Cloud solutions Reference architecture on GCP
Lots of reference architectures on GCP. It is to have insights on which component to use for special cases.
10 lesser-known Web APIs you may want to use
Web APIs have changed a lot these last years. Some eclipse others. This post picks 10 of the less known APIs which could avoid some headaches.