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To Java 17 and beyond!

To Java 17 and beyond!

By Alain Van Hout, Java Software Crafter  It’s already been 4 years since Oracle upturned Java’s slow release schedule (which includes 3 years between versions 7 and 8, and between versions 8 and 9), in favour of a release every 6 months. With each release, there is...
Tribe Reads

Tribe Reads

Tribe Reads zijn binnen onze Tribe een succesvolle manier om kennis te verwerven. Maar naast kennis, is het ook een ideale gelegenheid om elkaar beter te leren kennen en om van gedachten te wisselen met collega’s.   Wat zijn Tribe Reads? Tribe Reads zijn...
Tribe Read: Fundamentals of Software Architecture

Tribe Read: Fundamentals of Software Architecture

Continuum reading groups At Continuum, continuous learning and knowledge sharing are highly stimulated because we believe they are the key to our success.  One of the ways to put it into practice is by organizing reading groups.  A group of 5 to 10 colleagues with a...
A gentle introduction to Monads

A gentle introduction to Monads

Monads? What the hell are monads you ask?   The formal wikipedia definition says: “In functional programming, a monad is an abstraction that allows structuring programs generically. Supporting languages may use monads to abstract away boilerplate code needed by...
The ins and outs of GraphQL: with Java and Spring

The ins and outs of GraphQL: with Java and Spring

The term GraphQL is getting a lot of attention lately. As its name suggests, it’s a query language, just like SQL (Structured Query Language). Unlike SQL however, it’s used not in database interactions, but in web APIs. To explain the benefits it can bring there,...
Domain-Driven Design

Domain-Driven Design

Begin 2020, nog voor het Coronavirus onze contreien bereikte, bracht ik een bezoek aan “Domain-Driven Design Europe”. Zoals zo mooi omschreven, een Software Modelling & Design Conference. Mijn interesse was namelijk gewekt in dit voor mij onbekende gebied waar...