My Docker getting started : packaging my java standalone application inside docker

« Unless you spent the last months in a cave » 🙂 I always wanted to start a post with this sentence so now it is done –> You have probably heard about Docker !

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HTTP Web Service Consumption: URI parameters & URI variables building

While consuming simple HTTP API or RESTful API, we usually build URL with parameters before calling it.

Spring RestTemplate is a wonderful library making this easy and delicious for developers.

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AWS EC2Backuper tool

If you are used to AWS EC2 service, then you probably have noticed that there is no integrated, global (i mean that targets a lot of instances at the same time) and « schedulable » way to plan servers auto-backups and retention strategy.

Many corporates have made business around this providing tools and cloud service to achieve this. I was asked Lire la suite

Interesting article i found on a blog about « Why you should pay developers to learn »

I recently changed job position and town so i don’t have much time writing article myself for now.  But i do spend time reading others blogs with very very cool content about dev, architecture and techs in general. Here is one i’ve read this morning in the bus to work

http://vladmihalcea.com/2015/01/05/why-you-should-pay-developers-to-learn/

Zero Downtime déploiement sur Tomcat7

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Une fonctionnalité sympa du serveur d’application / conteneur léger JEE Tomcat7 permet de migrer une application donnée de versions sans interruption de service du point de vue utilisateur.

Pourquoi est-ce si génial?

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