Java Conference – Devoxx Poland 2015

Thanks to Payara we participated in the first edition of Devoxx Poland, on June, 22nd-24th, 2015 in Kraków, Poland. Last year we were on its ancestor — 33rd Degree (see our report of day 1, day 2 and day 3). What do we think about it? What … Continue reading

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33rd Degree 2014 — Day 1

On June, 9th — 11th, 2014 we were attending 33rd Degree conference in Cracow, Poland. In this series of posts, we’ll share our thoughts on the conference and particular talks. Besides, we’re going to point out the most interesting parts … Continue reading

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33rd Degree 2014 — Day 2

Day 2 was in our opinion the best day of the conference. It was literally packed with strongly technical, valuable content. However, the starting talk did not promise that at all. So, let’s start! Power to the Programmers by Tom … Continue reading

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33rd Degree 2014 — Day 3

The last day was a bit shorter for us because we had to get back to home and also decided to do some networking instead of one talk, but still, we have some interesting takeaways from the talk we participated … Continue reading

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Going Pivotal

Recently we deployed several applications to Pivotal Cloud-Foundry (CF). Deployment was pretty smooth for our Grails and Spring-based applications. Because we had issues deploying JDK-7 applications to heroku as it is using jdk 1.6 as default deployment environment and we … Continue reading

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Using jOOQ with Spring Transactions

Update 10.02.2014: Recently, Lukas from the jOOQ development team has created a sample GitHub project on how to set Spring + Guice up. Please, refer comments. Recently, we decided to introduce jOOQ to our project. Mostly, because we wanted strong-typed SQL queries. However, since customer … Continue reading

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Groovy XmlSlurper for HTML Parsing

Very common task: you need to parse XML. When using groovy there is groovy.util.XmlSlurper for that. We know that HTML is just a special XML – but when you have to parse from online ressources you have to assume that it’s never … Continue reading

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