This Week in Spring: Releases, Podcasts, and More
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Hi, Spring fans! How’re things, my friends? Can you believe we’re already nearly at the end of January? I have been knee-deep in code and coffee for these last several days and I’m running late for a meeting so, without further ado, let’s get to it!
- Creating Docker images with Spring Boot 2.3.0.M1 — check it out.
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.4.0 M1 was released.
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.3.1 was also released.
- In last week’s A Bootiful Podcast, I interview Neo4j’s mad scientist Michael Hunger on graphs, databases, and relationships.
- Spring Boot 2.3.0.M1 is now available.
- Spring Integration 5.3 Milestone 1 is also available.
- Spring Tools 4.5.1 was released.
- Want to run your own Azure Spring Cloud workshop? The team is constantly evolving its public workshop at https://github.com/microsoft/azure-spring-cloud-training.
- Improved Java support poured into Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code – will it be enough to tempt developers? Click here to find out!
- First look at Cloud Native Buildpacks support in Spring Boot 2.3 Milestone 1. Check it out!
- Juan Medina has a nice post on optimizing building optimized Spring-based Kubernetes services.
- IntelliJ IDEA 2020.1 EAP: Java 14, improvements for Git and UI, and more — check it out here.
- This seems like an interesting video on getting started with Spring Webflux!
- Learning Spring Boot: First as a Student, Then as a Teacher
- One of the technologies that underpin Spring Boot 2.3’s new image-building support is Cloud Native Buildpacks, about whose 2020 Roadmap you can learn more in this post on Medium.
- Richard Seroter has a very nice article introducing the newly replicated quorum queues in RabbitMQ!
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