Monthly Archives: September 2016

HTTP/2 – concepts and status quo for Java EE developers

The HTTP/2 specification was finished by the end of 2015 and is the first significant protocal update since HTTP1.1, which was released in 1997. HTTP/2’s main goals are shortened loading times and decreased latency. Additionally, performance tweaks that are currently … Continue reading

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Elastic Stack

Jede Anwendung hat heutzutage ein Logfile oder speichert das Log in einer Datenbank. Häufig werden diese Logfiles erst dann ausgegraben, wenn es ein Problem gibt. Dafür benötigt man jemanden, der sich mit den Logfiles auskennt und die relevanten Daten schnell … Continue reading

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Gradle 3.0

Gradle 3.0 wurde vor einigen Tagen veröffentlicht. Wieder gibt es spannende Neuerungen und Verbesserungen. Hier meine persönlichen Highlights:

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Process API – Java 9

For controlling and managing processes on your operating system, Java provides the ProcessAPI. But the API lacks some key functionality, which makes handling with processes in Java a mess. With Java 9, this API will get a considerable update. What … Continue reading

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