Author Archives: Thorsten Maier

Kick-ass code reviews

Dan Radigan von Atlassian veröffentlichte im Artikel “Every team needs kick-ass code reviews” eine lesenswerte Zusammenfassung wie man Code-Reviews optimal in den Entwicklungsprozess einbinden kann. Neben der Nutzung von Pull-Request in der Git-Repository-Verwaltung Stash gehört die Einführung eines neuen Zustandes “Code-Review” in … Continue reading

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Git 1.9 released!

Version 1.9 of the Git distributed revision control system has been released. The most notable things in this release from my point of view are: Better support for shallow clones git fetch –tags now fetches all tags in addition to what are fetched … Continue reading

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Temporäre Änderungen mit Git verwalten

Git bietet mit stash einen Befehl, um temporäre Änderungen zu speichern und diese zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt wiederherzustellen. Temporäre Änderungen lassen sich in Git allerdings auch sehr elegant ohne stash verwalten. Zunächst erzeugt man sich hierzu einen neuen temporären Branch: $ … Continue reading

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Spring 4.0 released

Spring 4.0 has been released and is now available on GitHub. Version 4.0 is the latest major release of the Spring Framework and the first to fully support Java 8 features. You can still use Spring with older versions of … Continue reading

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Groovy ScriptEngine memory leak – fixed

Java 6 includes built-in support for Scripting for the Java Platform (JSR 223). You can learn how to use this scripting support with Groovy in the Grovvy documentation. We use this Groovy scripting support in a real production environment for … Continue reading

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Using the context path of a web-app as log filename with Log4J

If you have a web application which you want to deploy more than once to a single servlet container you have the problem of separating your log files for the different web app instances. This is because the log configuration … Continue reading

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REST API for JPA entities

The intial version 1.0.0.M1 of Spring Data REST has been released. “Spring Data REST is part of the umbrella Spring Data project that makes it easy to expose JPA based repositories as RESTful endpoints.” See http://www.springsource.org/spring-data/rest for more details.

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