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This Week in Spring: Reactive, Code Quality, and Serverless

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This Week in Spring: Reactive, Code Quality, and Serverless

This week in Spring news, catch up on all the tools incorporating and supporting reactive approaches to projects as well as a new tool that measures code quality.

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Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installation of This Week in Spring. Can you believe we're already nearing the end of August? Time sure flies!

Last week and over the weekend I was in Hangzhou, China, visiting with Alibaba, talking to a few of the teams using Spring Boot and Spring Cloud at China-scale.

This week I'm in Shanghai, China, where I've been talking to customers and spending a few days with the teams at Microsoft China who are working on the Spring Boot and Pivotal Cloud Foundry integrations for Microsoft Azure. They're doing some amazing work and it's been an honor to hang out with them.

(Me with the Microsoft Shanghai teams)

Now it's off to Beijing, China, for the Spring Summit event! I sure hope to see you there! If you're around, don't hesitate to ping me on WeChat.

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java ,reactive programming ,serverless ,code quality

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