Monthly Archives: April 2015

What JAX-RS Filters Are Good For

I recently was asked what JAX-RS Filters are good for. Here’s is the answer: They are simply as versatile as a Swiss Army Knife. Thanks to JUG CH for this really cool gadget!

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Thank You, JUG Switzerland!

Just back from Switzerland where I lectured on “JAX-RS Done Right” at PH Zurich. The room was really jam-packed, and we had to forcefully cut the Q&A to not miss the fun at the after-event and subsequent open-air dinner! Those guys really followed the talk … Continue reading

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Zurich is booked out

Just noticed that my talk tomorrow in Zurich at JUG CH is already booked out. Cool! 😎

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Microsoft® Linux®

So after making their formerly proprietary Windows operating system POSIX compatible, integrating it into a UNIX environment by providing NFS etc., acquisition of two Linux distributors (Novell with Novell OES, and with it the subsidiary SuSE with SuSE Linux) and selling Linux (SELS) … Continue reading

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Java Forum Stuttgart 2015 – I’m speaking!

Come to Java Forum Stuttgart 2015 and attend to my talk on “JAX-RS 2.1 New Features” (Slot C1 / 08:45-09:30)! As a member of the JSR 370 Expert Group I’d like to give insight into the work of the expert … Continue reading

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Attend to the premiere of “JAX-RS Done Right” at JUG Switzerland

Often I see people doing JAX-RS applications rather complex and cluttered with technology, while the original approach intended by Java’s REST API is to separate concerns, gaining a “clean” domain model and allowing the creation of a component market. To spread … Continue reading

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Improving performance using Iterable.forEach()

Since Java 8 there is a new Iterable.forEach() method, which allows you to perform an operation upon each item of the iterated bunch of data. One might wonder why this method was added, because you could do the same using … Continue reading

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