Ever lost sleep over all the amazing things you are going to do the next day to save the world only to wake up and realize you just have to finish that new 8 season netflix show first? Ever read something during the day that got you so inspired to create the next facebook only […]
In the first part of Automating with Ansible we had a look at how you can utilize Ansibles inventory-file and the ping module to communicate with the different machines in your environment. This time we’ll have a look of how to utilize Ansibles Playbooks to leave the command line and automate our IT even further […]
Automating tasks for installing new machines or managing your different environments is a must in the days of Continous Delivery. Most often I have seen these solutions done by chef or puppet. When I’ve worked in those projects many of the tasks/recipes has already been setup and whenever I’ve gone in and update those I’ve […]
Since our presentation here at JavaOne we have received a lot of great questions and discussions! A lot of you have asked us to share the session slides with you, so here we go: What a Back-end Java Developer Doesn't Know About the Modern Web Stack-final from Rikard Thulin We did a preview of the […]
Last weekend Squeed once again hosted an internal hackathon were we had the opportunity to meet up, exchange experiences and code together! During the hack we talked a bit about testing in Java and how nice it would be to have instant confirmation about the status of your tests. None of the participants in the […]
A week ago the second edition of the Java Barcelona Conference took of in the catalan capital. With an ambitious schedule of 8 workshops and about 50 talks, spread over four different tracks over three days, a weekend with a lot of Java and JVM-related knowledge-sharing began. The conference attracted about 300 developers who met […]
A couple of years ago I worked in a project with a Python backend. As I had only used python as a script language before I soon grew to really love the powerful interactive console that let me explore and learn the language (and which saved me a few hours of debugging every week). The interactive console is the thing I miss most when I’m in my Java codebase, but fear not, with JDK9 we as Java developers will also gain the benefit of a REPL!
If you have 3 minutes over, take a quick look as I scratch on the surface of JShell
JDK9 is out in early access so check it out!
Over n out
Why? According to me this is the number one question that you will continously have to answer when working with software. My experience is that people are very often really good at answering this question…one time at the start of their project! Then it gets lost in translation. In bigger projects, the people who answered […]
As enforced by Swedish Law (Jante) I’m hereby adding a disclaimer that this post may contain bragging elements During the past week we were 15 Squeeders who travelled to Stockholm to attend JFokus (expect a cascade of blog entries to appear here in the near future). Leaving JFokus on wednesday, inspired by all the great […]
Ever heard something in the lines of “xx application server is too much overhead”? Well, how much is too much? Antonio Goncalvez has made a nice summary of the different Java EE7 servlet-options at his blog. If you are interested in what your applications are running on, check it out!