This Week in Spring
This Week in Spring
Spring framework updates, data science article on unstructured text, microservices and agile.
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Auntie Em! Time sure is flying! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! This week I’m in Warsaw for a Cloud Native meetup and Krakow, Poland for the spectacular Geecon event! If you’re around, don’t hesitate to say hi for Also, some very big news coming! Stay tuned to the Spring.io blog tomorrow! Anyway, as usual, we’ve got a lot to look at so let’s get to it!
- Spring Security lead Rob Winch just announced Spring Security 4.1.0 RELEASE! This is a big release with a lot of cool stuff!
- Spring IO Platform lead Andy Wilkinson just announced Spring IO Platform 2.0.4 release.
- Spring AMQP and messaging guru Gary Russell just announced Spring AMQP 1.6.0 RC (and 1.5.6).
- Spring framework ninja Stéphane Nicoll just announced Spring Framework 4.3 RC2, 4.2.6 and 3.2.17 are now available.
- Not one to sit on his laurels, Stéphane also announced Spring Boot 1.3.5.
- This blog has a really nice look at some of the players in the microservice ecosystem, albeit a high level one.
- Want to learn about the service package manager that underpins Cloud Foundry, BOSH? This blog’s a very fine start!
- Jessica Kerr and Continuous Delivery luminary Jez Humble had a nice discussion at Craft Conf, it seems, and Jessica’s resulting blog post on tradeoffs in coordination among teams is well worth the read.
- Using Data Science to Make Sense of Unstructured Text.
- I enjoyed this nice post on Spring Boot and HTTP 2.
- A nice post from my buddy Markus Eisele on our joint talk at O’Reilly’s Software Architecture show where we discussed Spring and Java EE integration patterns.
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