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reactive programming for java developers – rossen stoyanchev – qcon

June 14th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

For more QCon posts, see my live blog table of contents. General notes Spring 5 has reactive features. Maybe a third of the audience is doing something with reactive, a little more have read about it (that’s me) and a lot haven’t heard of it. Which is good given the title of this talk! Moore’s […]

using spring RestTemplate and 2 factor authenication to add issues to github

April 20th, 2014 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Last month, I figured out how to use Spring’s RestTemplate to add issues to github programmatically figuring it would save me time in the future.  Well, the future is here.  I needed to add 16 issues (one per milestone.)  I run my program and get a 401.  In particular, I got Right.  I’ve changed my […]

using spring RestTemplate to add issues to github

March 16th, 2014 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’m using github as a project management tool for a (non-work) project.  That’s been working well for being able to track things and have it close to the project artifacts.  Milestones have dates (to remember what was committed to) and issues correspond to tasks or follow up items within the milestone.  I reached a point […]