DB2 REORG is not a very common topic for a classic application developer.  But if you are developing your application that runs on top of […]

The following blog post describes how to set up a minimal Java Messaging Service (JMS) example while using new features of the JMS API (Version […]

If you don’t know Swagger, Swagger is a tool for documenting REST APIs. The documents are written in YAML, which I call XML for lazy people […]

Handling concurrent access is quite common in transactional data managing systems. As long as your application only creates and reads data records concurrency is not […]

Gson is a small Java library for serializing objects into JSON and deserializing JSON back to java objects. But how can we deal with object […]

Over the last four years we have been using Flyway to migrate our databases in a large client project. The project involves 100+ people in […]

Abstract This blog post compares Java EE Security with Apache Shiro and Spring Security based on self-defined categories. It’s aimed at readers who want to […]

Currently, I am setting up a RESTful service with Spring Boot that indexes files and authors of a Git repository. For example, I have a […]

Sometimes we need to get objects in order. For example showing them in a list or processing them in a certain order requires that we […]

Maintaining comprehensive suites of tests can take a lot of effort. Sometimes so much that it makes us doubt that all this work is worth […]

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