Nine years already! Nine years ago today, I decided I would give blogging a chance. At the time, I had absolutely no writing experience. Here’s my very first article about injecting a List of beans using the Spring @Autowired annotation. No headers, no proper code formatting, and no idea what I was doing.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see why the default strong consistency guarantees offered by YugabyteDB allow you to design applications that are more resilient than when using traditional relational database systems. If you’re new to YugabyteDB, check out this article first, in which I explain what YugabyteDB is and why you should consider using it.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see why inheriting the default Spring Data findAll method in every data access Repository is a terrible Anti-Pattern.
Introduction In this article, we are going to see what YugabyteDB is, how to install it and manage using PostgreSQL tools, and how you can connect to it using JDBC, JPA, or Hibernate. I got curious about Yugabyte since Franck Pachot joined them as a Developer Advocate. Having followed Franck for a long time, I decided to investigate this new PostgreSQL-compatible database they are developing since I’ve been learning a lot of stuff about SQL and database systems from Franck.