Topics excerpts (https://gist.github.com/AdamBien/a26694037cad257f3828bd9d23c85b25) for the 60th (!!) airhacks.tv:
- Additional thoughts on Hexagonal Architectures
- Databases load balancing
- Dealing with ThinWARs and useful 3rd party dependencies
- Persistent timers in cluster
- EJB local, remote etc. or learning Java EE with or without history
- Shopping cart and microservices
- The who is first probem and JMS.
- Unikernel architectures and Java EE
- Microservice best practices with Java EE
- Serialization of lazy JPA entities
- WebStandards SPA and form authentication / authorization per page
- Difference between: @Gauge and @Counted
- Are WebSockets reasonable for a implementation of a Chat?
- Checking connection leaks with JDBC
- In what order should the following be closed. Connection, PreparedStatement, ResultSet?
- What are the most effective ways/ APIS, Libraries to test for connection/ connection pool leakages in java code?
- Does a high number of sleeping connections have a negative impact on Database/system performance?
- JMS with WebSockets in cluster / OpenShift
- Opinions on Wildfly & Galleon?
- Usecases for ThornTail
- Java EE Security (Java EE 8) best practices
- How to handle authentication and authorization (the Java EE way) in a module
- Which interfaces to implement? How does this work with EJBs, should any of the implementing classes be EJBs?
- The future of Jersey
- WebStandards and productivity
- Thoughts on quarkus.io
- Balance between SpringBoot and Java EE
- Java SE low latency/real time
- Jira+Confluence vs. git+asciidoc
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