Month: March 2018

  • Java 10, already!

    Java 9 we hardly knew ye, yet here we are and today was the GA release of Java 10. This is especially true for those of us using Spring boot as we just got official Java 9 support a couple of weeks ago and now 10 is out. From my standpoint the big features of […]

  • Let’s Encrypt Wildcard Certs

    Recently Let’s Encrypt announced that they would be supporting wildcard certs. I was pretty excited to hear about this as many times I would like to get certs for machines that might not be accessible on the internet. Currently I didn’t see an easy way to do this. With the new certs you could get […]

  • Java 9 Upgrade

    After upgrading my test app to Spring Boot 2.0 yesterday I decided to see how difficult the Java 9 upgrade was from there. I am happy to report that it was fairly trivial. I upgraded my maven pom to set the Java version to 9 and did a mvn clean install. Immediately I see some […]

  • Spring Boot 2.0

    Spring Boot 2.0 has finally arrived. Unfortunately we aren’t yet in a position at the office to be able to begin the upgrade so I decided to start playing around with it on one of my projects at home as I didn’t want to wait until we were ready to update our app. The first […]