Baeldung : A Comparison Between Spring and Spring Boot
Bootiful Development with Spring Boot and React (Matt Raible at Okta): I followed this tutorial until the point that I get the basic beer list (in other words, I made both the basics of Spring Boot and React work). This is my very first venture into React, and I had to install “yarn” as well using brew install. In the process I had to upgrade the Xcode via command line.
Also: Use React and Spring Boot to Build a Simple CRUD App (Matt Raible at Okta): I haven’t worked on it yet.
H2 Database – Installation
H2 Database – JDBC Connection (the only differs from the docs is we need to add “mem” before the “:~/test”. Otherwise it gives me error.
Another Java H2 tutorial
Last but not least, how much time should a coding test be? I feel couple hours are probably the way to go (think of Filtered AI, Hacker Rank etc). The other approach is more like open-ended projects: those could take from a few hours to a few days In some cases I was suspecting the hiring companies could use this opportunity to get some real work done (if they ask for source code
Something to keep in mind when doing code test.
DB deployment (schema or DDL, package)
Continuous integration and deployment of database is a main issue for many legacy monolithic web app. I came across this article recently, and I think it touched some good points.
On a related matter, Jeff Atwood (cofounder of stack overflow), has a good piece on database version control.
I understand the world is going microservice, and the monolithic relational database is not used as frequently as it’s being used in those legacy web apps. But nonetheless, it helps the dev team to be agile if version control / CI / CD can be applied to database update as well as the application update.
Tracking data changes in DB
This also reminds me of an app I worked in 2010/11, in which we have an DB audit log for many (if not most) database changes: add, update, delete. It’s usually achieved via trigger in Oracle, or interceptor in Java. I read an article from a startup engineering blog (credit karma? Or something like this), they detailed how this is implemented.
Or companies that allows or encourages remoting.
Zapier (Emily Irish) The Remote Work Survival Guide: 9 Do’s & Don’ts Every Remote Worker Needs to Know
stackoverflow remote dev jobs:
e.g., MobyMax: this is very interesting because I learned about Mobymax because my daughter’s school has the subscription.
Top 30 Companies for Work-from-Anywhere Remote Jobs in the U.S.
Work From Home 2018: The Top 100 Companies For Remote Jobs
Last but not least, LinkedIn has the top startup list for 2017 and 2018. Note many startup like people to work onsite for more communication but there are some exceptions (InVision for one).
I heard webhooks from Zapier the first. Below is an good article written by the folks at Zapier.
What are the webhooks? (Zapier)
Was trying to follow the tutorial from the above
requestbin works like described (encountered a few 500 errors, but mostly working)
It seems I could not open the hurl.it link from runscope community page.
I am reading this more technical webhooks blog by @brandur
My interest in webhooks is also inspired by this little JS program I wrote a long time ago. And this was rekindled recently due to the atomist-sdm (GitHub) (node.JS based SDM, automation, quick start here).
(Original 11-30-2014, to be worked on)
I heard about Node js for a while, until recently I had opportunity to practice it. I used this tutorial from raywenderlich.com as a start, as I had good experience using the iOS tutorial on ray’s site. But I need to learn more. Here is another one (similar to Ray’s tutorial).
Atomist: a SDM based on Node.js (SDM stands for Software Delivery Machine)
I was also following the first few lessons of the advent of atomist automations. Got a bit stuck at the SDM team mode. Local mode seems working fine. I did receive the free trial for Atomist. Maybe I need to update the package as I downloaded Atomist a while ago (in August, I think).
I have been doing this for a while, mostly for my new work (back to dev). My goal is being able to debug a Java web application, just like what I did for my previous work (Spring STS + Tomcat). The new work requires Eclipse + JBoss (some coworkers uses the not free Intelli-J).
Download / install Eclipse
link here, need to unzip, and install the Eclipse for JEE
Add a new server
I picked Wirefly 11. Read this post regarding JBoss EAP vs Wirefly. This has been helpful.
After that I was able to import a “maven project” (that runs on STS with vFabric server), and start the app in debugging mode. This seems like baby steps, but for me it’s a long time “not doing”
(11-03-2018) Alibaba just reported a quarter in which its cloud revenue grew 90% YoY. It appears Ali Cloud is No. 4 in the world: behind Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Thinking Ali may challenge Amazon in not too distant future (note Ali started the cloud much later than Amazon).
About Alibaba Cloud:
(07-08-2018) Came across this multi-cloud article form Glenn.
(Original) Good old Oracle is shifting Java SE from perpetual license model to subscription based. Link here.
Note John Chen (CEO of blackberry) mentioned the subscription model makes more revenue more predicable for the business (video here, noticed he mentioned new accounting rules here).
Btw, heart broken to see the Blackberry phones go away.
Two years ago, I was trying to migrate an app back-end from now defunct Parse.com to Firebase, I was not successful. I was able to make it work last night, after reading more about the data structure in Firebase realtime database. I was able to do it by following the examples in this tutorial page.
I submitted the iOS app myNestEgg retirement calculator, and the update was approved this afternoon.