Java Web Weekly, Issue 118 – Java网络周刊》第118期

最后修改: 2016年 4月 1日

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

>> Var and val in Java? [joda.org]

An interesting opinion piece about the introduction of local variable type inference in Java.

一篇关于在Java中引入局部变量类型推理的有趣观点

>> The Spring Boot Dashboard in STS – Part 5: Working with Launch configurations [spring.io]

Launch configs have always been a bit hard to manage in Eclipse – it’s nice to see the new Boot dashboards make some headway into getting these easier to manage.

在Eclipse中,启动配置总是有点难以管理 – 很高兴看到新的Boot仪表盘在使这些配置更容易管理方面取得了一些进展。

>> Jenkins 2.0 Beta Available, Adds New Pipeline Build System [infoq.com] and >> Jenkins 2.0 Overview [jenkins.io]

The Jenkins ecosystem is moving forward and we’ve all but forgotten that Hudson was even a thing.

Jenkins生态系统正在向前发展,我们已经完全忘记了Hudson甚至是一个东西。

>> Retry handling with Spring-Retry [mscharhag.com]

Retry logic was something I had to roll out by hand many years back – so having out of the box support for it in Spring is highly useful.

Retry逻辑是我多年前不得不手工推出的东西–因此在Spring中对它的开箱支持非常有用。

>> 10 Features I Wish Java Would Steal From the Kotlin Language [jooq.org]

A fun read and a whole lot of wishful thinking ?

一个有趣的阅读和一大堆一厢情愿的想法 ?

>> JUnit 5 – Architecture [codefx.org]

A deeper look into the architecture of the upcoming JUnit 5, and how the improvements will help in quite a number of scenarios (including IDEs). Cool stuff.

深入了解即将到来的JUnit 5的架构,以及这些改进对相当多的场景(包括IDE)有何帮助。很酷的东西。

Also worth reading:

也值得一读。

Webinars and presentations:

网络研讨会和演讲。

Time to upgrade:

是时候升级了。

2. Technical

2.技术

Worth reading:

值得一读。

3. Musings

3.思索

>> Thanks For Ruining Another Game Forever, Computers [codinghorror.com]

If you’ve been at least mildly interested in the ongoing trend of computers defeating human players in games like chess and more recently Go – this this is a fun and interesting read.

如果你对正在进行的计算机在国际象棋和最近的围棋等游戏中击败人类玩家的趋势至少有一点兴趣的话–这是一本有趣的书。

>> So You Want Some Passive Income [daedtech.com]

A quick and practical read if you’re starting to think about passive(ish) income.

如果你开始考虑被动(ish)收入,这是一本快速而实用的读物。

Just keep in mind that passive is an umbrella term, a long-term play and an oversimplification. It’s also, done right – a very good way to pay the bills.

只要记住,被动是一个总括性的术语,是一种长期的游戏,是一种过度简化。如果做得好,它也是支付账单的一个非常好的方式。

>> Software Can’t Live On Its Own [techblog.bozho.net]

The idea of unsupervised software, much like the concept of passive income doesn’t quite work out in practice.

无人监督的软件的想法,很像被动收入的概念,在实践中并不完全可行。

And so exploring this concept and being realistic about what it takes to actually support a system that’s seeing real-world use is definitely important.

因此,探索这个概念,并对实际支持一个在现实世界中使用的系统所需的条件持现实态度,是绝对重要的。

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。

>> Oh, it’s on now [dilbert.com]

>> Do you mind while I pretend to be helpful? [dilbert.com]

>> I showed an interest in her opinion [dilbert.com]

 

5. Pick of the Week

5。本周精选</strong

>> Sleep deprivation is not a badge of honor [signalvnoise.com]