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Freddy Guime & Bob Paulin

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This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
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Whew! So we took a big break over summer (like Bob said, we were just swamped with work.. oof), but we are BACK! and like always we are ready to explore even deeper Java topics for the professional developer. This time we set our sights in Apache Kafka, one of the (if not THE) dominant distributed messaging framework / broker. If you have been inte…
 
Yeah! so we have been working with the cloud for a while, terms like K8s, EC2, Route53, BlobData, CLI has been swinged around... and is a little mysterious, and sometimes looks like a black box where you just click buttons, add things, type commands, until it finally something good happens. But if something bad happens, we tend not to have the slig…
 
Ok, so is time to talk about something secretive! Like API Passwords, Auth tokens, or keys... these are things that we want to have as a Secret within our microservice. And yeah, adding them into your source code is a big no-no Here we cover the dos (and dont's) of secret management, what are the benefits and drawbacks of the different solutions an…
 
So is time to celebrate! We got a new box of toys with the new release of Java! This is also a Long-Term-Support release which means that's usually a "good one" to jump into! Switch Expressions! Helpful Nullpointers, Sealed Classes... there is a TON that's new And we got the best Doctor in town to walk us through all of them. We're of course talkin…
 
So while Java is the "main" language of the JVM, it is by no means the "only" language. And one of the purely functional programming languages is getting a new facelift! Scala has been going through a revamp on the syntax and the features, and if you ever run into a scala user you know how passionate they are about their language! (hint: they love …
 
You'll run it everywhere there's a production system. Some kind of Metrics collector like Statsd or InfluxDB. They work like magic, reporting on the health of your application. but how does it really happen? We dive in on how these Application Performance Management tools work and how do they really "see into" your application. We demistify all thi…
 
So we had a previous episode where we show a party trick with GraalVM, where we saw how to create a Native Image. It was really the "hello world" of Native image creation, so Bob decided that's not good enough! In this epidose we dive a little deeper on how to actually run your Restful Web service (or other app) natively, going through the exercise…
 
So it happens. Sometimes a Java program just "dies" with the dreaded Out-of-memory Exception. Sometimes, it leaves behind a "heap dump", or a copy of what the Java program had in memory when just before it throw the Out-of-memory exception. For some devs, a heap dump is stressful, because they think is a black box with only mysteries, but we are he…
 
We're back! and now we move to the new-fangled serialization and deserialization frameworks, starting with Protobufs! Google's contribution to the serialization space, Protobuf V3 makes it easy to create a very efficient on-the-wire serialized representation of objects, and then some. With the ability to have both backwards and forward compatible c…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Kirk Haines, formerly worked on Ruby. We talk about his programming journey, his work on other web frameworks in Ruby, and his work in Crystal on Minion. Please enjoy my conversation with Kirk Haine…
 
Ah, Serialization... the bane of every Java Developer! If you are still using ObjectOutputStream, and Serializable, then you do want to listen to this episode! We move past the objectoutputstreams to what most people are running into these days! (Starting with 2001 and JaxB... and then moving forward from there to Json, and in Part 2...protobuf and…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Kingsley Hendrickse, who is one of the lead developers on Sushi Chain. We talk about his programming journey, his interest in blockchain, and his work on sushi chain. Please enjoy my conversation wi…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Sergey Kuznetsov, who rewrote the debugger in Crystal. We talk about his journey in programming, including FORTRAN, Telecoms, and Crystal. Please enjoy my conversation with Sergey. Site: https://chi…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Jeremy Woertink who has been running Crystal in production for a while now. We talk about his journey in programming and the origins of him migrating projects to Lucky Framework. Please enjoy my con…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with George Dietrich who has build Athena a web framework in Crystal. We talk about his journey in programming and a building a Crystal web framework based off PHP Symfony. Please enjoy my conversation w…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Lorenzo Barasti Who has been making some great youtube series on crystal and some programming concepts. We talk about his journey in programming and some topics in Crystal and around the Crystal com…
 
So just in case you didn't know, but being a Java developer is as fun as ever! The ecosystem has been changing from the past year, and today, we have "tons" of Java Developer Kits to choose from. Want to know what happened? And want to know how different they are? (or what do they bring to the table), then tune in! In this episode we cover the hist…
 
Chicago Crystal is a meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Brian Cardiff a core team member of Crystal. We talk about his journey in programming and some core concepts in Crystal. Please enjoy my conversation with Brian. Site: https://chicagocrystal.org/ Tw…
 
Chicago Crystal is a community and meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Paul Smith, the creator, or Lucky. We talk about the journey in programming and the origin of Lucky and the plays for Lucky's future. Please enjoy my conversation with Paul. Site: http…
 
Java 14 is out! And with it, we now have a preview of Java Records! We go over this newfangled feature... and get this... we finally did it! We actually recorded our first Video Podcast (Woohoo!). A great episode Number as well (episode 90) to start the road to Video (I know, I know, very 2005 of us), but now you can not only listen to our voices, …
 
Chicago Crystal is a community and meetup in the Chicago area that is building community and getting stuff made with our favorite language. This is an interview with Ary Borenszweig the creator or Crystal. We talk about how he began programming, the origin of Crystal and projects he has been working on. Please enjoy my conversation with Ary. Site: …
 
You heard it going around, everybody is talking about Kubernetes, and Minikube, when using Docker, and CLI. It's like a foreign language! While we know Java very well, with the advent of Devops, we are supposed to be Deployers, and Scalability Experts. Well, once you start going down this episode you'll become the DevOps Hero your company was waiti…
 
One of the first things that you learn to appreciate when you transition programming from hobby to a way of life is to find a good way to troubleshoot problems. Most of the time this means logging and monitoring, so for this episode we decided to interview Renaud Boutet who is DataDog's VP of Product Manager, and don't worry, he's really a develope…
 
It's that Streaming-new-deal that has been taken over the web world, Reactive! You've heard about it, and maybe even tried to learn it a couple of times but find it confusing? Well, be confused no more since on this episode Bob and I explore the basic foundations of Reactive (and explain what is that makes is so confusing to begin with) But that's …
 
Oh my! This episode is going to be one of our favorites. There are times where the Java ecosystem delivers something incredibly interesting (InvokeDynamic, Lambdas, Streams, Kotlin), and this episode is one of those! You may have heard it mentioned around the interwebs or conferences (this new GraalVM thing)... well, it's here to stay and is propel…
 
There are technologies that sometimes are forgotten in a lonely corner, but that actually are quite sturdy. One of these is the All-Powerful Java Management Extensions (also known as JMX). With JMX you can actually expose a lot of metrics of your application and TONS of libraries use it "out of the box". Libraries like Tomcat, JVM, ActiveMQ, Spring…
 
So you get that project that needs to connect to a server that doesn't talk rest, or http(s), but has its own protocol (or maybe it DOES talk https but you are looking for incredible performance!). Well, look no further than Netty! Sure, sure, you could really spend time working with NIO.2 and creating your own sockets and all that jazz, but why? T…
 
You got your new project, it's a brand new service, and is ready to go! But... have you done a health check endpoint for your app? In this day and age of microservices with auto-remediation and auto-scaling, having a well-behaved, functioning health-check is very important since it dictates when to evict, scale up (or down) your service. And the gr…
 
So the internet is all raging about this (not so little) framework that is doing it all. Created with a "cloud-first" mentality, @Micronautfw is aiming to be your next Spring Boot! And, oh gosh, how easy they are making it. We dive into what makes Micronaut such a darling of the internet right now (not using reflection, GraalVM ready, better memory…
 
Ah, Project Lombok is one of those little gems in the Java Ecosystem. But it's interestingly controversial! Some will love it (as I do), others will hate it! But no matter which camp you land on, you should at least know about it! Project Lombok allows you to, quite easily create your equals/hashcode method, or create a builder pattern for your cla…
 
Nothing like a cold chilly day to stay inside and program some more. Before you start that new project from scratch, let's go over a pretty cool feature of Maven. Maven Archetypes! Learn how to create "project templates" for your new maven project... or better yet, use one of the predefined maven archetypes already out there. We go over how easy is…
 
So for our new episode we decided to give YOU a holiday gift! Apache Commons! We covered one of the libraries that is ubiquotous in anyone who programs Java, but that not many know how robust and complete it is! Do you have to do things like averages, min, max? Or do you have to read CSV files? What about measuring pieces of code with currentTimeMi…
 
OracleCodeOne just happened... and Freddy and Bob couldn't go... So they recruited the help of Josh Juneau to go out there and capture interviews from anyone who would talk to us! Apparently they did, and we packaged all in this hour-long episode for your enjoyment! Everything from community building, to what's hot in the Java space, to takes from …
 
So you may have thought about using NoSQL or a Document Database for taking care of you needs. But do you know why that might be not be a good (or a pretty bad idea?). Or you may have a Database that have been running fine, but it seems that you can't work with it anymore? (Is it time to move to NoSql? Would it help?). We dive into the "Why" would …
 
It's coming! If you have been using Oracle Java 8, you should know that starting on January 2019 we will have to get an oracle license for running Oracle's JDK in production. OR, if you want to keep using Oracle Java (or OpenJDK) for free, and still receive security updates, then you gotta move to 11! In this episode we have no other than @DrDeprec…
 
While Freddy is travelling from Chicago through the West Coast in a minivan, Bob talked to Todd Ginsberg about the new darling language from the JVM. Kotlin is much more than a novelty now, and with Android support, and some time to "work out the kinks" it has been used Mainstream. Have you been curious on what makes Kotlin interesting, and "fun?".…
 
In this episode we interview Janine Patterson on her talk of "Integration Test Coverage with JaCoCo" and dive into the nuances of Units vs Integration tests. We dive into Gherkin sentences as we use Cucumber, and challenges of integration tests (hint... use Docker). We also dive into the best way to execute these (Spring Runner). In all, if you wer…
 
Episode 73. Spring Boot 2.0 is out! Hear all about it with Greg Turnquist It's new, it's shiny, and is powerful! The new Spring Boot 2.0 framework is out! And we interviewed Spring's own @gregturn to tell us what's new, what's improved and what has changed in 2.0. Diving into a bunch of topics including Reactive APIs, Bob, Greg and I set to explore…
 
We went to one of the best sources to learn what's happening with Var and Java 10, @stuartmarks! Also, what has been (and is being deprecated) on Java 10, and 11. And little inside perspective of having a new java version every six months! Included is a the "convConvenience Factory Methods for Collections" List.of, Set.of, Map.of that @stuartmarks …
 
Episode 71. Jigsaw part II, and Java 10 Highlights! So we finally wrapped Jigsaw in this episode (the most prominent feature for Java 9 (and included a small errata from @stuartmarks). But Java is moving at a breakneck speed, and Java 10 was just released a couple of days ago! We couldn't resist covering some of the new and interesting features of …
 
It was both the most anticipated and (one of the) most controversial features in Java 9. What's the bruhaha all about? What is Jigsaw (or the Java Platform Module System)? What does it bring? Can I use it? And if so, why would I use it? All these questions are answered as we dive into the history of JSR-376 (it has been years in the making). And si…
 
So it's the holidays and now we are winding down the year. Even so, sometimes this is the best time to actually do some performance testing. And there's no better (foss) tool to do so than JMeter! Come and let's dive into how to use JMeter for those stress and performance testing that needs to get done (you're doing stress tests right?) Don't forge…
 
Episode 68. Clouding it up with Microsoft Service Fabric Clouds are everywhere and are puffy! In this Sponsored Episode, we dive into one of the main prominent cloud providers out there (Microsoft), who is outreaching to us Java Developers! (gasp!). In this episode, the Microsoft Service Fabric team (with @mani_ramaswamy, @HuruliS and Raunak Pandya…
 
We sneaked in! Bob and I managed to get into JavaOne (sshhhh....) and made drive-by interviews with some of the luminaries and notable atendees at JavaOne, from Dr. Deprecator @stuartmarks to @reza_rahnman, @edburns, @prpatel, @saturnism, @javaclimber and @shelajev. All in snippets of 10 minute awesomeness talking from deprecation, collections, Ecl…
 
So we talked about how to create a rest service (using things like Apache CXF and Spring MVC), but sometimes, we actually need to consume these rest services. Luckily within the Java ecosystem there is a lot of way to skin that cat, and in today's episode we at least cover 4 ways of doing so (including my favorite of the day, Feign). Come take a li…
 
What a strange omission, of all the concepts, one that all of us should always have is Caching. We have used it (and most likely we have been burned by it). Come and take a listen on how to correctly (or at least not as incorrectly) think about caching, finding out your "game plan", and using JSR-107, or Hazelcast, or Apache Ignite or Spring. LRU? …
 
You heard about it, and you are probably using it already. It is the Spring framework that took over the Web (Spring Boot!). But what makes it so special? and what lurks under the covers? How did it became a thing and what is it really trying to accomplish? Come take a listen with our own Pivotal insider, Michael Minella! (@michaelminella) Don't fo…
 
The Java Content Repository (JSR-170 and JSR-283) have been around for a while. For those who don't know it's an actual way of managing content (or assets, or text, or images, or a catalog). Its use can be almost anything, and yet, we didn't know we had it! The best part? It's a JSR so not just that there are different, compatible implementations, …
 
So let's talk about one of (if not the) largest, and most interesting framework hosted at Apache. Camel is essentially an implementation of the Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) book (which is a mandatory read for the serious dev!). It has so many contributions (and connections) that there is almost no popular system that it can't connect to. I…
 
It's not the "cool kid" anymore, but it sure is everywhere! If you ever generated an xml file from a java class (or have created a java class from a definition) you have been using Jaxb! And if you have used for some time, you can see that Jaxb sometimes works, and other times...well. Come take a listen and understand what's happening under the cov…
 
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