Java Web Weekly Issue 107 – Java网络周刊第107期

最后修改: 2016年 1月 14日

At the very beginning of 2014, I decided to track my reading habits and share the best stuff here, on Baeldung. Haven’t missed a week since.


Here we go…


1. Spring and Java


>> If Java Were Designed Today: The Synchronizable Interface []

Yet another cool exploration of what “might be” in Java – this time with a focus on the ol’ “synchronized”.

又一次对Java中的 “可能 “进行了很酷的探索–这次的重点是老式的 “同步”。

>> European conferences with strong Spring content []

A quick and cool list of conferences in Europe, well represented in the Spring ecosystem. Good stuff, especially now since I’m working on a couple new talks.


>> Beware Of findFirst() And findAny() []

Very cool exploration of the nuances of findFirst and findAny withing the Java Streams API.

findFirstfindAny在Java Streams API中的细微差别的探索非常酷。

>> JPA test case templates []

The Hibernate testing effort is moving forward with this addition of a JPA focused test case that reproduces the issue without being Hibernate specific. That’s certainly the right approach whenever possible.


Also worth reading:


Webinars and presentations:


Time to upgrade:


2. Technical


Also worth reading:


3. Musings


>> Do you have to love what you do? []

The old adage “you need to love what you to” is certainly seeing some strong counter-examples on the web.

“你需要爱你的东西 “这句老话在网络上肯定会看到一些强有力的反例

A good way I heard this re-framed is – you need to love helping people, serving your audience, or really, love the game in general. I like that shift of focus – it opens up a lot more options.


>> PayPal and zero dollar invoice spam []

A surprising, new type of spam via PayPal – have a quick read even only to be aware of the problem (if you have a PayPal account).


>> Developer Tips for Sublime Productivity []

Focus is so very important, as more and more – “time is the asset” (Gary V).

专注是非常重要的,因为越来越多–“时间就是资产”(Gary V)。

These are some basic but solid tips to get you into that state of flow and help you keep it.


>> Testing: Appetite Comes With Eating []

Some interesting, personal notes on testing and why you can’t afford not to invest into it.


>> New – Scheduled Reserved Instances []

This looks like it could fit into a few interesting usecases – very cool to see so much innovation coming out of AWS.


Also worth reading:


4. Comics


And my favorite Dilberts of the week:


>> My boss keeps micromanaging me []

>> Genius comes in many forms []

>> This may look like an ordinary powerpoint slide []


5. Pick of the Week


>> Introducing BDD []