Developing with Corda

In my last post I gave an overview of what Corda is trying to achieve and the design decisions that were made to do so. That information is great to know so we can get some perspective of the platform but it's not going to help us in writing a system that can leverage Corda. ...

What is Corda?

I've recently started a project (top secret, can't say anymore) which involves using Corda. So, what is it? If you've found this post on Google then you probably already have some sort of idea, but if you've come from most other sources then it most likely doesn't sound familiar. Well, Corda is a Distributed Ledger ...

Creating a Rusty Rocket fuelled with Diesel

Sorry if that title seemed stupid. The super serious title would be "Creating a REST API in Rust using Rocket and Diesel", but that's boring. Anyway... Here I go with my first post that fully focuses on Rust. After spending a few months doing a bit here and there I decided to just dive right ...

Interacting with Cassandra using the Datastax Java driver

I'm back with more Cassandra and Java integration today this time focusing on using the Datastax Java driver rather than Spring Data Cassandra which I have already written about quite a lot. The Datastax driver is actually used by Spring Data to interact with Cassandra but comes with some extra goodies built on top of ...

Creating multiple RouterFunctions in Spring WebFlux

In this post we will be looking at defining multiple router functions to different logical domains in Spring WebFlux. This might not be a problem if you are creating "Microservices" as you will most likely only be working within a single domain for each service, but if you are not, then you will likely have ...

Doing stuff with Spring WebFlux

Spring Boot 2.0 went GA recently, so I decided to write my first post about Spring for quite a while. Since the release I have been seeing more and more mentions of Spring WebFlux along with tutorials on how to use it. But after reading through them and trying to get it working myself, I ...

Rust for Java Devs – Structs

Next up in Rust for Java Devs we have structs. They are used to hold data within a logical unit that can be passed to other functions or execute their own methods on the values that they store. Now this sounds very familiar... Java objects do the same thing. For example if you took a ...

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