Vlad mainly writes about best practices and patterns when using JPA and Hibernate. He gives advice on getting the best performance out of your Hibernate. He's a recognized source when writing software with Hibernate, essentially acting as a reference. Developers using JPA or Hibernate could benefit from reading this blog.
A blog about Java, particularly new language features, API improvements, and JVM capabilities. Some of his recent articles cover things like Java generics, using flatMaps with Stream, and cheatsheets for working with Java Modules.
Philip writes articles about Java, Kotlin, Spring Boot, and AWS. He also focuses on testing real-world applications with these technologies. His main goal is to make testing joyful again by providing easy-to-understand recipes. Apart from text/plain content, he's active on YouTube and a course teacher for several online courses.
Extensive, long-form guides, primarily on the Spring and Java ecosystems, written in an engaging way. Learn about concepts like dependency injection, writing microservices with Java, and working with Java in combination with databases.
The blog covers Spring Boot and Microservices architecture. It also covers Java, System Design, and AWS Technologies. If you are looking to integrate different security protocols (SAML, WS-Federation, OAuth), the blog covers that as well. The blog is unique from the perspective of the implementation of key problems that developers face in the security domain.
Elegant Objects is a book about object-oriented programming, and Sergey's blog is a pragmatic adaptation of the concepts outlined in the book. He writes articles about object-oriented programming and design, with recent articles about object equality and the pitfalls of making classes final.
Jake Wharton from Square blogs regularly on Java /JVM internals and Android development tools. Some of his recent articles also touch on working with Docker and Kotlin and handling interoperability in Java.
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