These are my thoughts after having read the first two articles about Design Patterns and Java 8 on Voxxed, because I need to reflect about the shadows of the new approach. (altro…)

This article describes how I managed command line parameters in a standalone Java application powered by Spring 4.
Tested with Spring 4.x, JOptSimple 4.8. (altro…)

I’m playing with technologies and framework for a new project: because I’m learning things probably useful for others, I’m gonna write here few notes about what I’ve learned. This is the sixth article of a series: we need a way to access the MyBatis session (to flush the statement cache) in mappers/DAOs. (altro…)

I’m playing with technologies and framework for a new project: because I’m learning things probably useful for others, I’m gonna write here few notes about what I’ve learned. This is the fifth article of a series: the @Transactional annotation will be used. (altro…)

I’m playing with technologies and framework for a new project: because I’m learning things probably useful for others, I’m gonna write here few notes about what I’ve learned. This is the fourth article of a series: we need to change MyBatis’ default configuration. (altro…)

I’m playing with technologies and framework for a new project: because I’m learning things probably useful for others, I’m gonna write here few notes about what I’ve learned. This is the third article of a series: now it’s time to cache! (altro…)

During the writing of the previous article A real world example of Spring + MyBatis + Infinispan: part 2, I had trouble setting mybatis-spring up. Even if the problem and the solution are not completely clear to me, maybe to write some notes down could be useful for the future. (altro…)