This Week in Spring: Releases, R2DBC, Tutorials, and More
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Hi, Spring fans! Welcome to another installment of This Week in Spring! I just wrapped up my appearance in Brisbane, Australia, where I have been for the epic YOW! conference. Truly, one of my all-time favorite shows on the planet. I feel like an imposter in the ranks of the other speakers. I cannot recommend this show enough.
I’m just about to board my fight back to San Francisco, and we’ve got a ton of stuff to get to, so let’s press on!
- Spring Cloud Data Flow 2.3.0 GA is out!
- Stream Processing with Spring Cloud Stream and Apache Kafka Streams. Part 6 - State Stores and Interactive Queries
- Stream Processing with Spring Cloud Stream and Apache Kafka Streams. Part 5 - Application Customizations
- Spring Data R2DBC goes GA.
- Spring Boot 2.2.2 is now available
- Spring Boot 2.1.11 is now available
- In last week’s A Bootiful Podcast, I talked to Pivotal’s Katrina Bakas about the Pivotal HealthWatch product, Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and so much more.
- Stream Processing with Spring Cloud Stream and Apache Kafka Streams. Part 4 — Error Handling
- Stream Processing with Spring Cloud Stream and Apache Kafka Streams. Part 3 — Data deserialization and serialization
- Spring Data Moore SR3 and Lovelace SR14 are out.
- Stream Processing with Spring Cloud Stream and Apache Kafka Streams. Part 2 — Programming Model Continued
- Spring Framework maintenance roadmap in 2020 (including 4.3 EOL) — check it out!
- Spring Framework 5.2.2 and 5.1.12 are available now.
- Reactor team member Sergei Egorov’s new Daily Reactive series looks awesome! This is well worth a read, too!
- Have you checked out this month’s This Month in RabbitMQ round-up yet?
- I love Trisha Gee’s tutorial series introducing reactive Spring Boot.
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