Series

A list of all our video series - sorted alphabetically by category

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Spring REST Services: The only guide you'll (hopefully) ever need

REST Services are the bread and butter for a Java backend developer. In this series we will build a small crm from scratch - and learn all the important details about rest services along the way.

This not only includes the REST basics, i.e. being able to handle a variety of HTTP methods and data; but also things like testing, caching, security and a bunch of other stuff.

After watching this series you will be able to build literally any REST Service you want and avoid any traps along the way.

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What's new in....?

In this series we will have a look at what's new in your favorite library's new version. From Spring to Junit and if you want a specific library covered, let me know!

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Microservices: The Good, Bad & Ugly

Microservices are quite the hype nowadays. But while they certainly have their place, a lot of companies and people use them for the wrong reasons.

In this series you will learn exactly how to go from a standard non-microservice architecture, to a rest-based and a messaging based microservice architecture.

And even better, you'll learn the advantages and disadvantages of each architecture.

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Frameworks

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What's new in....?

In this series we will have a look at what's new in your favorite library's new version. From Spring to Junit and if you want a specific library covered, let me know!

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Hibernate / JPA

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Getting started with Hibernate/JPA

Get started with Hibernate, the most painless way possible.

In this series you will learn how to setup a Hibernate project from scratch, how to use an embedded database and then you'll get familiar with the Hibernate basics: saving and querying records (in our case users) from the database. We'll finish by talking a bit about JPA and using it.

Afterwards you will be able to create your own Hibernate/JPA projects.

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Understanding: Hibernate's LazyInitializationException

Googling for LazyInitializationException leads to 271.000 results. It is one of the most common exceptions people get when using Hibernate.

But it doesn't have to be that way. In this series you will learn exactly why and how it happens and how to avoid it in the future - so you won't ever get bugged again by it.

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Java Basics

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How To Work With Files In Java

Files are the bread and butter of every system.

In this series you will learn how to create/read/list/delete files and directories with Java - with the 'new' Java Paths API.

You will also learn about more advanced topics, like using directory watchers etc.

Afterwards you will be able to safely and quickly handle any requirements regarding files with Java.

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The perfect workstation setup for a Java developer

In this series you will learn everything that you need to setup your development machine when developing with Java.

What's a JDK ? Where do you get it? Which IDE to chose? What's Git? What's Maven? What's Gradle? What else do you need?

Designed specifically for beginners and designed to get you up and running in literally no time.

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What Is New In Java 9

Java 9 was just released. In this series you will learn about the most important changes, that hopefully help you in your day-to-day work life.

That includes the Jigsaw Project, the new JShell, the new HTTP Client, Process API changes, Syntax changes and much more.

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Microservices

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Microservices: The Good, Bad & Ugly

Microservices are quite the hype nowadays. But while they certainly have their place, a lot of companies and people use them for the wrong reasons.

In this series you will learn exactly how to go from a standard non-microservice architecture, to a rest-based and a messaging based microservice architecture.

And even better, you'll learn the advantages and disadvantages of each architecture.

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Spring

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Spring Boot: From Zero To Rest

In this series you will learn how to get started with Spring Boot and build your first REST service.

You will create a project from scratch and then develop a fully functioning REST service. The service will be able to handle GETs/POSTs , as well as a variety of data like JSON or XML. At the end you will also learn how to build and deploy your Spring Boot project.

After watching this series you will have a good understanding of how to create your own Spring Boot projects in the future..

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Spring REST Services: The only guide you'll (hopefully) ever need

REST Services are the bread and butter for a Java backend developer. In this series we will build a small crm from scratch - and learn all the important details about rest services along the way.

This not only includes the REST basics, i.e. being able to handle a variety of HTTP methods and data; but also things like testing, caching, security and a bunch of other stuff.

After watching this series you will be able to build literally any REST Service you want and avoid any traps along the way.

Watch Now