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Christopher Kocel

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Wednesday Links - Edition 2021-04-28

JVM is a good choice if you worry about the Earth (30m read) 🀩
https://mobile.twitter.com/MIT_CSAIL/status/1385269509188096004

Consider use timestamp instead of boolean in your DB (3m read) πŸ“†
https://changelog.com/posts/you-might-as-well-timestamp-it

GraalVM seems not to be production ready yet (30s read) πŸ’©
https://twitter.com/bsideup/status/1386591251764482048

How SaaS can accelerate your business (18m read) πŸ€‘
https://martinfowler.com/articles/platform-prerequisites.html

Have you known that you can compile your Java code to older bytecode version? Here you can check how it works (10m read) βš™οΈ
https://www.morling.dev/blog/the-anatomy-of-ct-sym-how-javac-ensures-backwards-compatibility/

How to use mocks with deep stubs? (9m read) 🀿
https://rieckpil.de/creating-deep-stubs-with-mockito-to-chain-method-stubbing/

Crypto miners are killing free CI (3m read) 🀬
https://layerci.com/blog/crypto-miners-are-killing-free-ci/

Do you need compile time reflection in Kotlin? Here you have (4m read) β›‘
https://github.com/JetBrains-Research/reflekt

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