Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list, edition #136.
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Spring Boot Testing
The article from Philip Riecks compares MockMvc, WebTestClient, and the TestRestTemplate for testing Spring Boot applications.
Ruby Valappil explains what CQRS is and how important it is in Microservices.
Learn how to build CQRS Views with Debezium, Kafka, Materialize, and Apache Pinot with the article from Dunith Dhanushka.
MySQL Batch Statements
Suppose you want to improve the performance of your MYSQL batch statements. In that case, you should read Vlad Mihalcea’s last article about rewriteBatchedStatements.
Herberto Graça discusses different architecture simples in his article DDD, Hexagonal, Onion, Clean, CQRS, … How do I put it all together?
Why is Java still champ?
Don’t call it a comeback: Why Java is still champ – Mike Melanson.
Java Efetivo [PT-BR]
Ótima série de artigos da Paula Santana sobre seu entendimento sobre os tópicos discutidos no livro Java Efetivo de Joshua Bloch.
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