As the old adage goes, one needs to publish or be forgotten. It’s been quite some time since we gave you Pro Spring 2.5; in that time, Spring 3.0, then 3.0.1 came out and we’re all eagerly awaiting Spring 3.1.
Now, I’ve been fighting off the writing bug for quite some time, but no more. I am starting work on the new Spring “book”, except this time, it will not be a book at all. I will publish the PDFs of the various chapters here on our blog and I will also run the best parts of the text in the Open Source Journal–yes, the printed edition.
So, keep an eye on this space for the first chapter–give me 2 – 3 weeks from now!
- The Reactive Manifesto in Financial Markets – Trend or Fad?In this article, Mike O’Hara, in conversation with Jonas Bonér, Greg Young, Martin Thompson and Jan Macháček – investigates the core principles behind the recently published The Reactive Manifesto, and its relevance to system design in today’s Financial Markets. Anyone who has been closely involved in designing … Read more →
- The Reactive Manifesto in Financial Markets – Trend or Fad?
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