Baeldung Weekly Review 4 – Baeldung每周评论4

最后修改: 2015年 1月 23日

At the very beginning of 2014 I decided to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung.

在2014年一开始,我就决定追踪我的阅读习惯,并在这里分享最好的东西,在Baeldung

2014 has been quite the year, covering each week with a review. I’ve been doing a lot more reading to make sure I cover and curate stuff that has value and is actually interesting.

2014年是相当不错的一年,每周都会有一篇评论。我一直在做更多的阅读,以确保我覆盖和策划的东西有价值,而且实际上是有趣的。

Let me know in the comments if you’re finding my reviews interesting and useful.

请在评论中告诉我,如果你觉得我的评论有趣和有用。

Here we go…

我们来了……

1. Spring and Java

1.Spring和Java

>> The Resource Server: Angular JS and Spring Security Part III

This 3rd part of a super useful series gets into the nitty-gritty of CORS, a simple Token auth solution and of course Spring Session. Lots to take away from this one, same as the first two.

这是一个超级有用的系列的第三部分,涉及到CORS的细枝末节,一个简单的Token auth解决方案,当然还有Spring Session。与前两部分一样,这部分也有很多值得借鉴之处。

>> Search In A Box With Docker, Elastic Search, and Selenium

An ATDD driven, pragmatic, elegantly simple article on building a joke search app.

一篇由ATDD驱动的、务实的、优雅的、简单的关于建立一个笑话搜索应用程序的文章。

I regularly get this question – What’s the best way for me to start learning X? (Spring, Web development, etc). This isn’t a bad way to start.

我经常收到这样的问题–什么是我开始学习X的最佳方式?(Spring、Web开发等)。这并不是一个糟糕的开始方式。

>> Fork/Join Framework vs. Parallel Streams vs. ExecutorService: The Ultimate Fork/Join Benchmark

A very interesting analysis/benchmark of the various options to do parallelism in Java – some real numbers to sink your teeth into.

一个非常有趣的分析/基准,关于在Java中进行并行化的各种选项–一些真正的数字可以让你沉浸其中。

Time to upgrade:

是时候升级了。

This week comes with a lot of good presentations and webinar recordings:

本周有很多好的演讲和网络研讨会的录音。

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2. Technical and Musings

2.技术和思考

>> We Are Gonna Need It

In the hurry to rid ourselves of Waterfall, there’s a real risk of going to far in the other direction. This piece is food for thought on how we might solve that problem.

在急于摆脱瀑布的过程中,确实存在着向另一个方向走得太远的风险。这篇文章是对我们如何解决这个问题的思考。

>> The Internet Is Pseudo-Decentralized

A thought experiment about the topology of the web and how you get to play – a quick and interesting read.

一个关于网络拓扑结构和你如何得到发挥的思想实验–一个快速而有趣的阅读。

>> I’ll Take a Crack at Defining Tech Debt

A good foray into the all to familiar concept of “technical debt”.

对所有熟悉的“技术债务”概念的良好探索。

>> Open-Source Service Discovery

Once you have a sufficient number of services you need to orchestrate and deploy into a flexible topology, you have the problem of allowing the services to find each other. Static configuration will no longer cut it.

一旦你有足够数量的服务需要协调和部署到一个灵活的拓扑结构中,你就会遇到允许服务互相寻找的问题。静态配置将不再适用。

This article lays out the mature, open-source options available to solve that particular problem.

这篇文章阐述了可用于解决这一特定问题的成熟的开源选项。

What’s more, this week we found out that Spring plays quite well with one of these solutions – Netflix’s Eureka: Microservice Registration and Discovery with Spring Cloud and Netflix’s Eureka

更重要的是,本周我们发现Spring与这些解决方案之一–Netflix的Eureka发挥得相当好。使用Spring Cloud和Netflix的Eureka进行微服务注册和发现

>> From Primitive Obsession to Domain Modelling

Sometimes, the domain is the right place to put it.

有时,域名是正确的放置位置。

>> Retiring Python as a Teaching Language

I’ll take pragmatic thinking wherever I can find it. And this reads as both sensible and pragmatic, when trying to answer the question: What’s the best programming language a beginner should start with?

只要能找到,我就会接受务实的思维。当我试图回答这个问题时,我认为这既是明智的又是务实的。初学者应该从哪种编程语言开始?

>> Don’t Break the Streak Maybe

An interesting read showing how the well known productivity advice “Don’t break the streak” is now backed into a lot of products. And then blindly doing it just because it’s there.

一篇有趣的读物,展示了众所周知的生产力建议 “不要打破连贯性 “现在是如何被支持到很多产品中的。然后盲目地做,只是因为它在那里。

3. Comics

3.漫畫

My favorite Dilberts of the week:

本周我最喜欢的迪尔伯茨。

>> Forage during the day. Hide at night.

>> The mandatory impractical requirement

>> The usual project plan arc.

4. Pick of the Week

4.本周精选

Earlier this year I introduced the “Pick of the Week” section here in my “Weekly Review”. If you’re already on my email list – you got the pick already – hope you enjoyed it.

今年早些时候,我在 “每周回顾 “中推出了 “每周精选 “栏目。如果你已经在我的电子邮件列表中–你已经得到了精选–希望你喜欢它。