Java Web Weekly 44 – Java网络周刊 44

最后修改: 2015年 10月 29日

中文/混合/英文(键盘快捷键:t)

At the very beginning of last year, I decided to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung. Haven’t missed a review since.

去年年初,我决定跟踪我的阅读习惯,并在这里分享最好的东西,在Baeldung上。从那时起,我没有错过任何一篇评论。

Here we go…

我们来了……

1. Spring and Java

1.Spring和Java</strong

>> Will There Be Module Hell? [codefx.org]

A bit of a clickbaity title, but overall a solid writeup on what’s coming into the picture with the Java 9 modularity work.

虽说标题有点拗口,但总的来说是一篇关于Java 9模块化工作的扎实文章。

>> React.js and Spring Data REST: Part 5 – Security [spring.io]

A solid installment in the series, this time diving deep into security and how that affects the UI. Good stuff.

该系列的一个坚实的部分,这次深入研究了安全问题以及它对用户界面的影响。好东西。

>> Walkthrough for a TDD Kata in Eclipse [advancedweb.hu]

TDD with Eclipse is a fun, highly useful practice to have. It can lead to great things, but you do really have to push through a lot of resistance until you get there.

使用Eclipse的TDD是一种有趣的、非常有用的做法。它可以带来伟大的事情,但你确实必须冲破很多阻力,直到你达到目的。

Also worth reading:

还值得一读的是:

Webinars and presentations:

网络研讨会和演讲:

Time to upgrade:

升级的时间:

2. Technical

2.技术

>> Exploring CQRS with Axon Framework: Applying Event Sourcing [geekabyte]

CQRS is certainly possible without event sourcing – and very useful as well. But an event sourced architecture is definitely the natural path for a system that is doing CQRS.

如果没有事件源,CQRS当然是可能的–而且也是非常有用的。但是事件源架构绝对是进行CQRS的系统的自然路径

And the Axon framework looks like an interesting way to approach building this kind of system.

而Axon框架看起来是构建这种系统的一种有趣的方法。

Also worth reading:

也值得一读。

3. Musings

3.思索

>> How to Address Your Coworker’s Bad Code (Part 1) [daedtech.com]

Some thoughtful and practical techniques to approach the problem of “bad” code inside a team.

一些深思熟虑的实用技术,以处理团队内部的“坏 “代码问题

Also worth reading:

也值得一读。

4. Comics

4.漫画

And my favorite Dilberts of the week:

还有本周我最喜欢的Dilberts。

>> What happens to engineers when they don’t get invited to meetings [dilbert.com]

>> Management genius or just lazy? [dilbert.com]

>> Are your estimations realistic or optimistic? [dilbert.com]