Weekend Reading List #96 – Week of 11/1

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #96. 

NYJavaSIG

If you missed the NYJavaSIG Quantum computing workshop with Barry Burd, you have the opportunity to watch the recording at the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Follow NYJavaSIG to participate in the next event and for a chance to be a raffle winner yourself.

React, Spring Boot, and JHipster

In this tutorial, Matt Raible demonstrates how to create an application using React, Spring Boot, and JHipster.

Git repositories plugin for Gradle

Cédric Champeau created a Gradle plugin that adds support for including Git repositories as source dependencies in Gradle builds.

The unparalleled design of Eclipse Collections

Donald Raab explores the design of parallelism in Eclipse Collections.

How to audit JPA entity modifications

Learn how to use the @EntityListeners@Embedded, and @Embeddableannotations with JPA and Hibernate to audit entity modifications in this article from Vlad Mihalcea.

Publishing Events With Spring Data JPA

Did you know that you can publish domain events when changing an entity using Spring Data JPA? To learn how to do it, read the article from Thorben Janssen.

Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

Observabilidade com OpenTelemetry

Fernando Ike fala sobre observabilidade com Opentelemetry.

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