By Saeed Zarinfam |
A deep look at some of the new features in Spring Boot 3.2
This last month was very busy in implementing community ideas and feedback! Here are some of the features we rolled out 🚀
Collecting important data about your code in dev and test has become trivial, it’s now also getting easier to put that data to use.
Now that the dust is slowly settling after the release of Java 21 with its slew of new features, and the new possibilities offered to us. It seems like a good time to look towards the future as people are experimenting evermore with Virtual Threads and new concurrency possibilities.
Recently, we observed unexpected behavior and encountered performance issues in our backend services. Here’s a short tale of how our team used the Continuous Feedback (CF) tool to quickly identify a concurrency issue.
In this blog, I’ll outline why learning and mastering Spring Boot in 2023 is a worthwhile endeavor, even though there may be a few differing opinions. I’ll also explore how Spring Boot compares to other backend technologies and alternative Java frameworks.
“The craft of programming begins with empathy, not formatting or languages or tools or algorithms or data structures.” – Kent Beck.
In this article, we’ll debunk the notion that Java is a relic of the past and showcase the language’s modern features, thriving ecosystem, and unwavering presence in enterprise and open-source communities.
In this short development diary, I’m going to share with you why and how I came up with the “Performance Impact Score”, what it is, why it is needed and how it was implemented and added to our Continuous Feedback (CF) platform.