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Neo4J OGM with Quarkus (Video)

monday, may 18, 2020

In the following video I show an example Quarkus application that uses a Neo4J database and Neo4J OGM.
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Using IdeaVim with IntelliJ

monday, may 04, 2020

I’ve been a VIM user for a few years and I’m also using the IdeaVim plugin in IntelliJ. The following configuration and features helped me a lot.
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Supersonic subatomic Enterprise Java from the ground up (Video)

monday, may 04, 2020

I’ve created a video in which I explain “supersonic subatomic Java” with Quarkus, a runtime for modern Java applications. Whether you’re just starting out in the world of Enterprise Java or whether you’re already an experienced Java EE / J2EE developer, this session will guide you towards how to build modern cloud-native microservices in the year 2020.
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My IntelliJ Live Templates

thursday, april 23, 2020

I was asked to share my live templates that I’m using in IntelliJ IDEA together with my dotfiles.
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Workshop Java with Docker, Kubernetes & Istio

monday, april 20, 2020

I’ve updated and published a workshop how to run modern Java applications with Docker, Kubernetes, and Istio that is available as step-by-step guide on GitHub. The idea was to start with a very simple setup with two Java applications, that we will dockerize and put into the cloud.
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Announcing The Effective Developer podcast

thursday, april 16, 2020

I’ve started a new podcast on how to become more productive as a software developer. While most developers would agreed that working more efficiently, like using automation or keyboard shortcuts, is something that we should strive for, but then if you look at how people are working there is quite some room for improvement.
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Effective keyboard usage Q&A live session next Wednesday

thursday, april 16, 2020

I’ll be holding a live Q&A session on the topic of effective keyboard usage for developers next Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020. In this session we’re going though questions and tips you have on improving the keyboard usage for us developers. While most developers would agree that maximizing our keyboard usage makes sense we all probably have some room for improvement. Join us for this live Q&A session!
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Git switch and restore

monday, april 13, 2020

If you’ve been using Git for a while you’re probably used to the ubiquitous git checkout command, which is somewhat overloaded in what it’s doing. You can use checkout to switch branches, create branches, update the working tree to a past commit, wiping working tree changes, and a few more things. Put simply, this command has too many responsibilities, and should be refactored.
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