JSR-107 (aka JCache) specifies API and semantics for temporary, in-memory caching of Java objects in order to standardize most common caching use cases. This JSR […]

Version 1.7.11 of the open-source APM tool inspectIT introduced the support for remote tracing based on HTTP and JMS communication. inspectIT based the tracing functionality […]

In my previous post (Why I chose MongoDB) I described, why I have chosen MongoDB for the further development of my prototype. In this post, […]

Recently I’ve read a few articles and saw some talks about event sourcing. About the same time the first version of Axon 3.0 with support […]

If you’re thinking about starting an Android project using Kotlin (what is definitively legitimate, some would actually call Kotlin the next generation of Java) – […]

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 check the architecture automatically, often the architecture is not followed due to the reason that the developer does not get a fast […]

Abstract In this post, I will try to introduce you to the concept of JSON Web Tokens and show a way to use them in […]

Null references were Tony Hoare’s notorious “billion-dollar mistake”. However, as Java developers we are used to living with them. They were there from the start […]

Recently, we released the inspectIT version 1.6.9 which introduced some brand-new features and improvements. For that reason, we published a series of articles in the […]

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