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Wednesday Links - Edition 2021-08-18

When and how to use onErrorContinue(): Reactor FAQ (3 min read)☒️
https://nurkiewicz.com/2021/08/onerrorcontinue-reactor.html

JEP 416: Reimplement Core Reflection with Method Handles (4 min read)πŸͺž
https://openjdk.java.net/jeps/416

Understanding Gradle - a video series (~10 min)🐘
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWQK2ZdV4Yl2k2OmC_gsjDpdIBTN0qqkE

HTTP/3 From A To Z: Core Concepts Part 1 (30 min read)3️⃣
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2021/08/http3-core-concepts-part1

5 Hibernate Features You Should Use With Spring Data JPA (9 min read)πŸ’½
https://thorben-janssen.com/hibernate-features-with-spring-data-jpa

Spring Authorization Server officially moves to spring-projects (30 sec read)πŸ›‚
https://spring.io/blog/2021/08/17/spring-authorization-server-officially-moves-to-spring-projects

Updating data files, commits vs. pull requests (3 min read)βš”οΈ
https://blog.frankel.ch/data-files-commits-vs-pull-requests

GitHub CLI (1 min read)πŸ’»
https://github.com/cli/cli

Geb 5.0 Released (30 sec read)πŸ¦“
https://gebish.org/manual/5.0/#5-0

Junit 5.8.0-RC1 (2 min read)5️⃣
https://junit.org/junit5/docs/5.8.0-RC1/release-notes

Gradle 7.2 Released (4 min read)🐘
https://docs.gradle.org/7.2/release-notes.html

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