The Most Common Concurrency Issues and How to Fix Them: Part 1

Jonatan Ivanov

The goal of this example-driven series of articles is explaining, demonstrating, and testing (the fun part) the two most frequent (in my opinion) concurrency mistakes in Java (plus an interesting third one), also giving you a few suggestions to fix them.

By the end of the series, you will understand their basic mechanism, you will be able to identify them and I will give you a couple of advice on how to fix them.

Clamshell: 2020-08-16

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Jonatan Ivanov
  • OpenJDK is moving to GitHub
  • A peek at the roadmap for pattern matching and more
  • Serializable Records
  • Java 14 Feature Spotlight: Records
  • State of Loom
  • Project Loom: Modern Scalable Concurrency for the Java
  • The role of preview features in Java 14, Java 15, Java 16, and beyond
  • The new features in Java 15
  • The RSocket Revolution
  • Kafka Summit

Clamshell: 2020-08-09

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  • Falsehoods programmers believe about time
  • Java frameworks for the cloud: Establishing the bounds for rapid startups
  • Spring Boot: Developer Training
  • YOW! Workshop: Cloud Native Java
  • 14 Habits of Highly
  • Bypass your Linux firewall with SSH over HTTP
  • How to Secure Anything
  • Open Source Security Foundation
  • rbac.dev
  • What is the best way to write a PRD?
  • bpytop

Clamshell: 2020-08-02

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  • Tech Sector Job Interviews Assess Anxiety, Not Software Skills
  • jconf.dev
  • Chicago Cloud Conference
  • An overview of healthcheck patterns
  • Data Structures by Rob Edwards
  • Web Development Resources
  • Design Gems
  • What Is a Monad? Basic Theory for a Java Developer
  • 17-Year-Old ‘Mastermind’, 2 Others Behind the Biggest Twitter Hack Arrested
  • Zoom Bug Allowed Snoopers Crack Private Meeting Passwords in Minutes
  • Critical GRUB2 Bootloader Bug Affects Billions of Linux and Windows Systems

Clamshell: 2020-07-26

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  • debuild
  • 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
  • Gitpod
  • SpringOne

Clamshell: 2020-07-19

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  • The Story of the Twitter Attack
  • Signs Your Software is Rotting
  • StackOverflow cli
  • Best of the JDK Feature Face-Off Results
  • The journey of the world’s open source code to the Arctic
  • GitHub Availability Report
  • Introduction to Micronaut - Ultra Lightweight Java Microservices
  • Launching docs.github.com
  • ZGC: Using -XX:SoftMaxHeapSize
  • Bottlerocket OS

Clamshell: 2020-07-05

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  • Why Developers Keep Making Bad Technology Choices
  • The Best Code is No Code At All
  • Delay startup of your Spring Boot application until your DB is up
  • What Is a Distributed Application?
  • Project Loom Early Access builds are available
  • How Did Vim Become So Popular?
  • Continuously Measure Site Performance With Speedlify
  • New Lego Mindstorms kit
  • Add README.md to your GitHub profile
  • Best of the JDK Feature Face-Off final vote

Clamshell: 2020-06-28

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  • Guide to Java 15
  • IntelliJ IDEA 2020.2 EAP 5: Java 15
  • Background: how we got the generics we have
  • OracleJDK? OpenJDK?, Zulu? Corretto?
  • Introduction to Micronaut - Ultra Lightweight Java Microservices
  • Super-Linter
  • htmx
  • Validating Kubernetes YAML for best practice and policies
  • Dependency-Check

Terminal Fun: Basic Utils Part 3

Jonatan Ivanov

This is the third post of a series where I want to give some tips and tricks for the Terminal/CLI.
You might want to check out the first and the second posts. As previously, buckle-up, put your helmet on, grab a … frying pan and have fun.

Clamshell: 2020-06-21

Recent news in tech in a clamshell

Jonatan Ivanov

Including:

  • Whats New in Spring Boot 2.3
  • AdoptOpenJDK joins to the Eclipse Foundation
  • Mozilla VPN
  • JDK 15 is now in Rampdown Phase One
  • A history of the Groovy programming language
  • Simple & effective G1 GC tuning tips
  • TornadoVM
  • 2020 Chrome Extension Performance Report
  • Piranha
  • AWS CloudFormation Guard
  • Spotify Backstage