Liquibase configuration

Spring Boot and Liquidbase : how to change the default path and filename

This article is a hint how to change the default path and name for the liquibase changeset when you are using Spring Boot.

To rewrite or not to rewrite a software

javapoet syntax example

Which framework to generate source code ?

I have been recently writings tools to convert Beanshell code in Java. This is a technical post to compare some frameworks to generate java source code.

AppManager screenshot

REST Http Client : Feign vs Retrofit 2

I have been recently writing a new REST/Http client for the amazing APM product ManageEngine AppManager. In this context, I had to choose an efficient framework to build a new HTTP Client. I decided to let Netflix Feign and Retrofit 2 fight in the arena.

Leave your comfort zone

How to make a software developer happy ?

To be or not to be (happy), that’s the question. In this article, I expose some thoughts about what could make a software developer happy in his work. I wrote this article with several targeted audience in mind : Junior developers, Senior Techleads and H&R resources.

Java 8 Threads/Promises/CompletableFuture/ForkNodePool

Concurrency issues with Java software : useful links to troubleshoot

I am writing a new release of my Spring CQRS Module(link1, link2), including a parallel execution feature. Concurrency issues can be hard to solve especially with new programming language features.

JBehave : code

Java developer testing toolbox

An article dealing with Java application and testing frameworks and related libraries. framework

Quest for a CMS in 2018 : KeystoneJS Feedback

I have received several requests after my first article dealing with CMS, Headless CMS (KeyStoneJS) and the rather gloomy conclusion.

This article is giving a feedback of my next experiences.

How to implement CQRS with Spring : new framework

This article is a presentation of a new little framework, I have developed and used on several projects.

The framework is for Spring Framework and requires Java 8.0. The code is on GitHub and downloadable from Bintray or JCenter.

Writing an integration test with a mail server

This is a simple example of code to demonstrate how to use the library fakesmtp-junit-runner to write integration tests with mail servers.

The library has been released on GitHub and Maven Central.