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Best of the Week — April 25/May 15

Hi guys! Here we are again with another appointment of the “Best of the week”, reviewing best articles from the last week, in which we have published many interesting articles. Let’s see them.

Most Viewed Articles

Client Side Load Balancing with Spring WebClient by Mihaita Tinta

Explain the KUBERNETES to 5 years old. by Bahaddin Ahmadov

2 Must-Know Tricks of Unit Testing with Spring Boot by lance

Spring RestTemplate vs GraphQL Client by Ivan Polovyi

WebRTC Signaling Server Example Using Spring Boot by Rizky Satrio

Spring Transaction Debugging in Production with Lightrun by Shai Almog

How to display a Progress Bar on the Standard Console using Java by Arunprasadh C

Experienced Developers, Use These Generics Quirks to Avoid Weird Bugs by Miloš Živković

Spring REST API exception handling vs GraphQL API exception handling by Ivan Polovyi

Spring Boot Authorization: Creating an Authorization Server for your Microservices by C. R. Raja Vignesh

News Articles

What’s new in Java 18 by Dmytro Timchenko

Oracle JDK now is FREE by Dario De Santis

OpenJDK vs. Oracle JDK by Sajith dilshan

What’s new in Apache Kafka 3.0 by Dario De Santis

Resource Articles

10 Best NFTs Courses and Certifications for Beginners to Learn Non Fungible Tokens in 2022 by javinpaul

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Dario De Santis

Senior Developer, writing about Java, Spring, Microservices, Kubernetes and Cloud-native programming. Editor for Javarevisited.

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