Jan 20, 2015

Spring Boot: Power + Productivity

There’s a lot of hype these days around microservices and distributed architectures (and for good reason!). Unfortunately, the “traditional” Spring Framework was not a great candidate for this craze; mountains of configuration and boilerplate got in the way of productivity and coding time. Luckily, Spring Boot solves these issues with an opinionated, productivity boosting framework that packs all the power we love in Spring Framework. Join me as I go from zero-to-production without touching a single line of XML.

Code and slides here

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  1. Andrey says:

    Thanks a lot. That was very useful for me. Great presentation! And special thank for the source repo.

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