In my previous post, we saw how to implement a real-time notification system using WebSockets. But if you are like me, you know that’s only …
In this post I’ll examine how to implement a simple WebSocket-based notification system built on top of Spring. We’ll use the Stomp protocol over SockJS to communicate with either a JQuery-based client or an Angular application.
If you’re having trouble starting SQLLine from that sqlline.sh file included in Apache Ignite distributions, please read this. This gotcha made me waste some precious time… who knows, it might save yours!
So you need to implement builders of test objects for hierarchies of classes, eh? I went down that road a few years ago, and I …
This post proposes a couple of techniques to generate SSH keys on your local host machine, using Ansible. Always useful when configuring your servers!
PGP encryption is not only about RSA keys. Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) offers another twist on the subject, requiring smaller key sizes to provide an equivalent level of security.
A majority of Java developers came to embrace and love Spring’s Inversion of Control (IoC) to inject dependencies. However not all projects are Spring-based! One may want to consider alternatives for taking care of dependency injection… And one of those options is the Guice framework.
You decided to apply for that position or mission and nailed the technical interview. They want you on board! That sounds great, but… before saying “yes” there might be a few questions you should ask and a few things to clarify.
As professional developers, we constantly try to make our code readable for all to understand. We use the term “fluent code” to describe that line of thought. But beginners may find that a bit of an abstract notion… In this post I propose you to examine a concrete case I have recently encountered, and one solution for turning that bit of code into something I am proud(er) of.