German Gonzalez-Morris

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Hello Venkat,

Regarding Streams, we know you handle their power, such as parallel. However, does the book have details about performance, tuning, etc.?

Regards,

German
10 months ago
Hello,

How complex/detailed is the OQL part?

There are a few simple queries I have seen (similar to what eclipse mat does) in blogs, but sometimes finding leaks can be more difficult.

Best Regards,

German
1 year ago
Hello,

Is there a chapter that discusses JMH?

It may be useful in this context, but I didn't find anything in the TOC.

Regards,

Germán
1 year ago
Hello Michał,

Congrats on your book!

I read the TOC and didn't find Monads on it.

How do you handle/mention this pattern in your book?

Regards,

German

1 year ago
Hello,

Does the book consider only a tradeoff between coding, performance, complexity, and simplicity, or also the time consumed in QA  ?
(in some software factories, that time is expensive)

Regards,

Germán


Hello & Welcome,

The idea of the book is to give tools/frameworks/strategies for Java developers to become DevOps?

Or to give details on what's underneath a CD/CI pipeline?
Thus developers can help troubleshoot in certain circumstances?

Regards,

Germán
2 years ago
Maven dependencies declaration order does not impact the Java classloader (it is indeterministic).

I've seen that issue of jasper with bouncy castle. For instance, if you need to encrypt a PDF, and on the other hand do something else with bouncy castle (a different version), then you'll have problems.
2 years ago
Hello Scott,

Does the book have examples for Oracle cloud?

Maybe not the resources themselves, but an approach to it?

Regards,

German
2 years ago
Hello,

Looking at the index, I can see more references to AWS EKS than a native Kubernetes approach. Maybe the book handles k8s transversal, and EKS is a simple example?

Regards,

German
2 years ago
Welcome & Hello,

Regarding OAuth2, which flows do you cover in the book?

Maybe the most popular(s)?

(i.e.: Authorization Code Flow)


Regards,

Germán
2 years ago

Campbell Ritchie wrote:I think I have mentioned this here earlier this week, but do you really want speed reading? Are you risking missing something, particularly if natural language text has more redundancy allowing readers to understand it more easily?



Yes, I know it is not the best practice, however under certain circumstances, the workload is more significant than expected, and speed reading could be a workaround.

And that's the core of my question. Do you have any successful experience with it?
3 years ago

Felienne Hermans wrote:Do you mean speed reading of code or of text?



reading code (that may have a relationship reading text?)
3 years ago
Hi Felienne,

It is understandable to find cognitive topics in the book's index, and the titles make sense. Do you have any personal (or third party) about improving speed reading? (li.e.: improving pull request analysis, or any other skill).

Regards,

German
3 years ago
Hello Mohamed,

How do you handle cloud-native services (for example) to AWS services, such as S3, DynamoDB, Step Functions?

Perhaps, there is a mapping among Native service (repository, ETL, etc.) and proprietary Cloud Platform.

Regards,

German


3 years ago
Hello Yehonathan,

This  is an interesting paradigm, in particular starting from separations of code from data, nevertheless, I wonder about "Control concurrency in highly scalable systems."

Does this approach also is based on immutability, or there are other aspects to achieve that control?

(perhaps eventually consistency?)


Regards,

German