This Week in Spring: SpringOne Tour, Releases, and SpringOne Platform Wrap-Up
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Hi, Spring fans! This week, I’m in sunny San Francisco for the epic SpringOne Tour San Francisco event. I'm head down and preparing for a large amount of travel ahead of me. Starting on the 14th, I’ll start four weeks of travel, bringing the message far-and-wide to Toronto, St. Petersburg, Brussels, San Francisco, Hartford, Paris, Beijing, Tokyo, Singapore, Seoul, Hong Kong, and... I forget... but, there’s more! I’m so looking forward to seeing you all at each and every one of those places!
I also loved this tweet from Pivotal:
Anyway, there’s SO MUCH to cover, so let’s get to it!
- Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 3.0.0.M1 released
- Spring Cloud Open Service Broker 2.1.0.M1 released
- This is pretty cool! We’re excited to announce, along with Heroku and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, that the Cloud Natives Buildpacks technology was accepted in the CNCF!
- Hola Mundo! Understand Spanish? Know someone who does? You might appreciate this curated list of interesting reading, en Español!
- Happy Ada Lovelace day! As you know, we name each Spring Data release train after a prominent computer scientist. This one is named for Ada Lovelace, an English mathematician, and writer. She was chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage’s proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. Once you’re done reading more about this hero and self-described “poetical scientist," you might also read up on the new features our current Spring Data Lovelace release train!
- Check out part two of Richard Seroter’s epic series on routing in Cloud Foundry.
- I love this blog that looks at
flatMapin the context of reactive programming as, for example, you might use it in Pivotal’s Reactor.
- Check out the new configuration styles supported in Spring Fu.
- Check out this post on logging with Graylog in a Spring Boot application.
- This is an interesting new initiative! Hopefully, we’ll see more videos like this from community member Maciej Walkowiak
- We want to hear from you! Check out this GitHub issue on JUnit 5 support with Spring Boot. Sound off! We want your feedback!
- Jaxenter continues its series looking at Java 11 with different folks in the Java ecosystem, including yours truly. This latest post looks at some of the cleverest hacks in Java 11
- This is your system on Kafka and Zipkin!
- I loved this post on Cassandra schema migration with Spring Boot projects.
- Check out Spring founder and Atomist CEO Rod Johnson’s SpringOne Platform 2018 talk.
- Spring Framework 5.2 looks to be a heckuva release! It includes, among other things, RSocket and non-blocking event listeners.
- I love this Okta post, “Add User Authentication to Your Spring Boot App in 15 Minutes.”
- Flyway 5.2.0 Released - Flyway 5.2.0 - Flyway by Boxfuse • Database Migrations Made Easy.
- A nice post on versioning RESTful services with Spring Boot.
- Want to learn more about the motivations underpinning our support of R2DBC, an approach to reactive data access for SQL-based data stores? Check this post out!
- Did you miss SpringOne Platform 2018? (Why? It was epic!) Check out this YouTube playlist with all the videos that are up. Great job, Pieter Humphrey!
- InfoQ has a nice post on our initial support for RSocket announced at the SpringOne Platform 2018. Check it out!
- Among the many gems we debuted at SpringOne Platform 2018 was this gem, R2DBC, a reactive data access API for SQL datastores. Watch this video by R2DBC ninja, Ben Hale, for more.
- Check out this talk introducing reactive MongoDB transactions, streaming, and more
- Check out this recent tweet from Cloud Foundry!
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