Raise your hand if it happened to you too that an application working on a server for years ended up filling up the whole disk space bloking the entire server. Too many files or no more space on disk It is a pretty common problem if you work with applications
In a World more and more Cloud Native and serverless, is Java still the right choice?
Making something useful with a graph database, beyond the basic stuff. Creating multiple nodes and relationships and navigating the graph
Let's see how to make MyBatis to work in a Spring Boot WebFlux reactive application while also playing with the Apache AGE Graph Database
Handling exceptions in Spring Boot for traditional and reactive APIs
Let's make queries more useful by passing data and parameters via the MyBatis mappers
Gradual adoption of Graph databases using Apache AGE through MyBatis
Let's explore the many kinds of databases available and experiment with graph models using PostgreSQL and Apache AGE
Serving from a custom domain and with HTTPS through AWS CloudFront will improve the User Experience and the Search Engines ranking
Lets see how to publish a static site using AWS Simple Storage Service (S3) almost for free
Show Your Work! revolves around a simple concept. Start showing the world what you are doing and let your work build you followers and fans...
We will see how to use Ghost Static Site Generator to make a static version of a Ghost site ready for publishing
To get started using Ghost we first need to have access to an instance of it. In this post we are going to have a look to the steps required to install Ghost locally on our machine. I'm using a Mac so the instructions will be for MacOS, but you
After finding the motivation to build my own website as discussed in the previous post [https://www.fabiomarini.net/even-a-thousand-mile-journey-begins-with-a-single-step], I had two main areas to focus on: * planning the content to share * choose the technology to use as a foundation for the website On the content side I started brainstorming
Why I'm creating this site, who I am and what you can expect to find here