- Force Good Habits by Venkat Subramaniam
- Java’s CompletableFuture
- 12 Ways of the Cloud Native Warrior
- The Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes
- Better APIs, faster tests and more resilient systems with Spring Cloud Contract
- The Regular Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS) cheat-sheet
- Tiny XSS Payloads
Just describe what your app should do in plain English, then start using it within seconds.
That’s it devs, we’re done.— Cyris ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (@sudo_overflow) July 18, 2020
We’ve officially been replaced by a website that programs what ever you tell it.
Source: https://t.co/NtGnKO72pi#CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode pic.twitter.com/XY4m122Thx
Force Good Habits by Venkat Subramaniam
CompletableFuture is the Swiss Army Knife of concurrency. Join Java Champion Victor Grazi for an interactive coding session covering all of its capabilities at the NYJavaSIG.
12 Ways of the Cloud Native Warrior
The Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes
Better APIs, faster tests and more resilient systems with Spring Cloud Contract
The Regular Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS) cheat-sheet
A “technical two-pager” to summarize a security vulnerability called Regex-based Denial of Service (AKA Regex DoS, ReDoS): The Regular Expression Denial of Service (ReDoS) cheat-sheet
Tiny XSS Payloads
A collection of tiny XSS Payloads to learn more about XSS: Tiny-XSS-Payloads
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Free and Online conference @Sep 2–3, 2020, check the schedule out: springone.io.