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Complete Developers Guide To The Oracle Notification Service

When you compile a list of your favorite features in the cloud, I'd be willing to bet that notifications aren't typically cracking the "top 10" of many...


A Closer Look At Sorting Algorithms

As I mentioned in a previous post, sorting algorithms typically play a large role in programming interviews.  Those who follow the traditional path...


Spark Java Views Using Thymeleaf - Layouts

In the last post we looked at plugging in Thymeleaf into a Spark Java application for view rendering.  The concept was pretty simple: using the Thymeleaf...


Spark Java Views Using Thymeleaf - SiteMesh Like Layouts

In the last post we looked at how Thymeleaf handles reusable layouts.  A reddit user enlightened me about an open source 'dialect' for Thymeleaf that...


Spark Java Views With Apache FreeMarker

In the last few posts I took a look at using Thymeleaf for view rendering and templating with Spark Java.  Thymeleaf has it's advantages and disadvantages...


JavaLite ActiveJDBC For ORM In Spark Java

I've spent a lot of time on the blog lately talking about views in Spark Java applications.  Rightfully so, as Views are the Turkey in any MVC sandwich...


MongoDB via Morphia in Spark Java

The latest journey in my quest to see just how many new technologies and frameworks I can learn in one week involves Morphia.  Morphia is a "Java ...


Realtime GPIO On Raspberry Pi With Spark Java And WebSockets

One of the cooler things about the Spark Java framework is built in websocket support thanks to the embedded Jetty server.  I've long been fascinated...


Adventures in CI/CD [#4]: Deploying A Microservice To The Oracle Cloud With GitHub Actions [OCI CLI Edition]

Welcome back to this fun series where we dive deep into the always exciting world of CI/CD. We’ve made it to step 4 in this series which is where we finally...


Adventures in CI/CD [#7]: Testing The Persistence Tier With Testcontainers

Great to have you back for another existing episode in our saga about the joys of cloud deployments with CI/CD. So far, here’s what we’ve gone over: ...