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Dark of the Year

It’s that time of year again. The part of the year where I have to wake up in the dark and somehow find the energy to get up and get my daughter up and start our day. 192 more words

The Crazy Quilt I Call My Life

9 High-Performance Tips when using MySQL with JPA and Hibernate

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Although there is an SQL Standard, every relational database is ultimately unique, and you need to adjust your data access layer so that you get the most out of the relational database in use. 912 more words


How to get a winter bod

Winter is coming.

It’s practically upon us really, there’s a fierce chill in the air.

You’re probably starting to panic now, thinking you’re not ready – there’s at least three pairs of shorts lying around that you didn’t get to wear all summer, and you don’t even know where your winter coat is, or if you’ll even fill it out after all those salads you ate when the weather was awful close there for a while. 393 more words


Back to the Blog after 3 years: Mastered the Java World

So many changes has happen during the time.

I have gained so much of professional experience as a freelance Java Developer.

So many new technologies and tools got in touch. 164 more words


How to JOIN unrelated entities with JPA and Hibernate

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Answering questions on the Hibernate forum is a neverending source of inspiration. The following question is about joining unrelated entities using entity queries, and this post is going to explain how you can do it when using JPA and Hibernate. 890 more words


Party Trick

I feel it’s that time again. It’s time to write, without actually having the time to write what I need to. It’s time to make a massive list of things I need to do and things I want to do and cross-reference that with shift patterns and tour dates and family events and the ever looming threat of Christmas. 682 more words

Configuring Your Database to Work With Spring Boot

Last tutorial we looked at setting up our Spring Boot and Hibernate environment by adding dependencies to our pom.xml file.  If you have yet to follow that tutorial, you can find it  1,241 more words

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