Jfokus 2016 is now over but man-o-man what a good conference the team had put together this year. This is my third year at Jfokus and this was the absolut best. The speakers where great, the food was nice, the tuesday party was cool and the overall organization was very well executed.
The first day of Jfokus 2016 has just come to its end and what a great day it has been. I’ve picked up quite a few tips & tricks within microservices with focus on Docker and Kubernetes. Continue reading and find out what I take away from the first day.
So, I’v gotten a few liquibase questions lately regarding rollbacks and how I work with it. This will be a very short guide how to test your liquibase scripts
To run this command in your shell you need to add liquibase.jar to your path OR include liquibase.jar in your folder and add "-jar liquibase.jar" as argument.
I am running against Oracle DB. If you are using a different DB provider you should change the --driver property
Efter en helg fylld med glädje, svett, tårar, koffein i alla dess former och ett nyfunnet ordförråd av svordomar som kiddsen slänger sig med så tänkte jag dela med mig av mina erfarenheter från årets Dreamhack.
Jag kom till Dreamhack Winter 2014 med en kropp som en 31-åring men med ett sinne som en 16 åring. Det var ganska tydligt att det har hänt en del sedan 2001 då jag senast besökte drömcentrat. Dagens Dreamhack innehåller 4 enorma salar med c:a 10.000 deltagare och ytterligare 15.000 som endast är här för e-Sport, Cosplay och spelningar från DJ´s.
If your custom plugins are using Sonatype’s aether api, you might have already found out that in Maven version 3.1 and up they have changed to Eclipse aether’s api instead of Sonatype aether.
This blog posts pretends to give a rather simple example on how your plugin can work with both. Albeit that you want to be compatible with 3.1 or that you want to be backwards compatible with 3.0 (and maybe even 2.0).
In this series of articles you will learn how to setup a developer environment for Google App Engine, create a REST service using google endpoints, store data on google using JPA and finally deployed it to Google App Engine and hopefully after reading this you can get your own project started without doing the same mistakes we did.
Continuous delivery has existed for quite some time, but it is not until a few years back that this term started creating commotion. Now the big question is, has enough time passed, have enough people adopted continuous delivery to say we have reached a point where we can define best practices?