Thomas Schuehly IT Consulting
Freelance Software Developer [email protected]
- Spring Boot + Kotlin
- Docker, Kubernetes and Helm
It is always the best to keep your development environment as close as you can to your production environment. Don’t use a h2 database as it can behave differently to a production database.
I couldn’t get Live Reload with Spring Boot and Thymeleaf to work. But I didn’t want to use bulky node scripts. So I thought we can use Gradle
Recently while doing a project with Go I came across Worker Pools on GoByExample to do parallel processing. I didn’t find many resources for implementing Worker Pools in Kotlin, but it seemed a good idea for my current Spring Boot + Kotlin webapp.
This is the transcript from the YouTube Video CONTINUOUS DELIVERY SIMPLY EXPLAINED from Dave Farley’s Channel Continuous Delivery. I think it gives an excellent explanation of Continuous Delivery.
There are a lot of options for building a GUI for Go applications. Coming from the web development world building the frontend with HTML seems as a no-brainer.