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14 Jul 2011

New blog at nilswloka.com

This is just a short post to inform my readers that I started a new blog at http://www.nilswloka.com. Head over there if you are interested in agile software development, coaching and all kinds of strange IT related ideas. Make sure to update your feed readers to the http://feeds.feedburner.com/nilswloka if you want to stay subscribed.

You can read about the reasons for abandoning springify.com here.


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09 Sep 2008

Spring 3.0 and beyond

I know that I promised some more reports about SpringOne, but as so often, plans haven't survived confrontation with reality. As compensation, I offer you the latest news about the upcoming Spring 3.0 release, fresh from the SpringSource Seminar Day in Linz (which I had the opportunity to attend to, as my employer, OPITZ CONSULTING, now SpringSource Premier Systems Integrator Partner, was one of the event's sponsors). Please bear in mind that many of the new features still only exist as prototypes, so things can and probably will change before the final release. But now without further ado...

Spring 3.0...

Apart from the switch to Java 5 that I...
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12 Jun 2008

Live from SpringOne 2008 - RESTful Spring 3.0

Everybody's talking about REST and RESTful web applications, so it doesn't come as a surprise that there would be some kind of support for this architecture style in Spring sooner or later. Today at the SpringOne in Antwerp, Arjen gave a presentation on that topic and actually revealed what the announced "full-scale" REST support will look like. So here's the details for those of you who haven't had the opportunity to be here in Antwerp:

REST support will be based on Spring MVC instead of Spring WS

Those of you who have already had a look at the Spring MVC 2.5 @Controller annotation and its companions, @RequestMapping, @RequestParam...
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