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Category: spring data

Fun @SpringData team meeting in Deutschland, storified from a bunch of tweets

I had a great team meeting last with my five other co-workers. I wanted to share the majority of it purely in tweets, with a couple comments thrown in here and there. Enjoy! Wheels up BNA! Berlin I’m coming for you. #SpringDataDE — Greg L. Turnquist (@gregturn) April 3, 2017 Wheels down JFK!#SpringDataDE — Greg…


Spring Boot is still a gem…waiting to be discovered

Last week, I had the good fortune of speaking twice at the DevNexus conference, the 2nd largest Java conference in North America. It was awesome! Apart from being a total geek fest with international attendance, it was a great place to get a bigger picture of the state of the Java community. A bunch of…


.@ScrivenerApp – The Ultimate #NoSQL Database

Over the past year, I have dove head first into use Scrivener for my writing efforts. The thing is amazing! Scrivener is a writer’s tool, built by writers for writers. It costs about $30+. I couldn’t put my finger on what was so cool about it until I read this. tl;dr – Scrivener puts your…


The state of Spring so far…

I have never been more excited to be a part of the Spring team as I am now. It feels like we are blazing new trails left and right. Seeing the massive turnout this week for Stephane and Brian’s “Spring Boot University”, a 3-hour session at DevoxxFR, left me awestruck. Wish I could have been there….


Sprinkling in some @SpringData #REST to chapter 4 of Learning #SpringBoot /cc @PacktPub

As I hack away at the last couple sections of chapter 4 of Learning Spring Boot, I have enjoyed being able to sprinkle in a little Spring Data REST. That project is really neat. I think it’s the way of the future for many apps out there. By providing an incredibly easy point of access…


Hear about #REST and #hypermedia with #mobile UI @springone2gx this year! #s2gx

Spring Mobile/Android guru Roy Clarkson and I are giving a talk at SpringOne this year. We will be mixing Spring Data with RESTful APIs. Roy and I have been working on a demo app that let’s you snap pictures and then upload them to a centralized web site through a simple RESTful API using hypermedia. The code…


Chapter 4: Data Access with #SpringBoot on the move /cc @PacktPub

I’ve gotten things moving quickly with chapter 4 of Learning Spring Boot. The general idea is that I want to show how to get off the ground super fast using Spring Boot and H2 as an in-memory database. Give the user the tools to either load up some sample data with a SQL script or…