At work, after a Spring Boot upgrade, we suddenly started getting 411 Length Required error when making HTTP requests.
The other day I was using OpenCsv and needed to register a customer converter to convert a string to a simple object. For whatever reason, using OpenCsv’s annotations wasn’t an option.
After many chats with ChatGTP, I finally got a decent conversation that helped me with a problem I was having.
To help secure Spring applications, I created a Content Security Policy builder and bean and published it to Maven Central.
An interesting thing happened the other day when I was spinning off threads in a Groovy for loop.
A week or so ago I wrote about how I was helping junior developer analyze the incoming parameters of an HTTP request in a Spring/Java Servlet application.
Recently I was helping a junior developer analyze the incoming parameters of an HTTP request in a Spring/Java Servlet application.
This is my third week providing examples for the Java Collections Framework. It’s actually been four weeks since my first of these posts, but I missed last week due to being sick. I’ll miss next week as well due to being on vacation.
About a year or so ago, GitHub announced that GitHub Actions was generally available. GitHub Actions allows anyone to “automate their workflow” - in other words, run code on committed code - on GitHub’s own servers, and share those actions.