Blog: Tomasz Dziurko

Dockerizing Spring Boot application

Docker here, Docker there, I see Dockers everywhere In this post I will describe process of migrating Spring Boot application to Docker. We will start with modifying build file, then we will creat...

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Time to summarize my 2015

2015 passed away, we are one year older :) It’s January 2016 – a month to make new year’s resolutions and create summaries so I wanted to look back at 2015 and think about what h...

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One and the only one reason to customize IntelliJ IDEA memory settings

Don’t be a Scrooge and give your IDE some more memory Yesterday we had a discussion about customizing memory settings in IntelliJ IDEA and it appeared that some people do not do that, some p...

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Speaker at Java Developers' Day 2015

Showing 1011 mistakes developers make during recruitment process Next week I will be speaking at Java Developer’s Day 2015 in Cracow. So if you are planning to change your job in the near ...

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Seven heroku gotchas for Java developer

It’s not done until you ship it… on Heroku Heroku is one of the leading PaaS (Platform as a Service) products available for developers who want to deploy their pet projects to the clou...

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6 things you should remember after GeeCON 2015

1200 developers, 75 speakers, 80 talks and 6 important things to remember GeeCON 2015 is over so it is a good time for a summary of this great conference. Below list of my reflections during and j...

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The Journey to Craft Perfect API

Trying to be a perfect in a never taught art Several years ago our projects were lone islands, doing everything inside, sometimes communicating via database or from time to time via XML and Web Se...

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Merry Christmas and Silent Night in Java

Programmable Christmas wishes and carol, how cool is this? Christmas is a special time for everyone: for decent people but even for us, nerds and geeks that feel really strange sitting at the tabl...

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Chat bot, scripting and teaching developers orthography

Few lines of script to help devs to learn orthography In our remote company we are heavily using text messaging tools, we’ve tried Skype, then HipChat and then Slack which we are using until...

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Why sometimes I hate myself

Do you feel the same? We all like to perceive ourselves as 100% professionals, real craftsmen, brushing up and sharpening our toolset all the time. And whole community requires us to do so: attend...

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The Apprenticeship Patterns - book review

130 pages to help you nurture your passion and become a better developer. Pretty good deal, isn’t it? Between reading hardcore programming books (like “Scala for the impatient”, ...

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ZooKeeper, Curator and how microservices load balancing works

How Zookeeper makes sure that every worker happily gets some stuff to do from job delegating manager Apache ZooKeeper is a tool to register, manage and discover services working on different machi...

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Handle every event in your Akka application

Event here, event there, events flying everywhere. Post about checking that every Akka event will finally find its home Akka and reactive, event-based applications are new approach to creating s...

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Goodbye Wordpress. Hello Octopress

Developers are like women. From time to time they need new framework, language or sometimes, even new blogging platform. For quite long time I’ve got this idea to change something on my blog...

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GeeCON 2014 – Brain dump, Day 3

Last, third post with my notes from GeeCON 2014 conference: Tomasz Kowalczewski - Reactive Java Something almost “reactive” is already in JDK8: Completable Future, more reading: “Jav...

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GeeCON 2014 – Brain dump, Day 2

This is the second part of my notes from GeeCON 2014 conference. Hazem Saleh - Jasmine Automated Tests for JavaScript Testing asynchronous code with Jasmine looks really ugly. Micha? Ostruszka suggest...

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GeeCON 2014 – Brain dump, Day 1

Inspired by post “Min/max note taking for conferences” I’ve noted down my impressions, most interesting sentences, mentioned tools/books/blogs during ongoing GeeCON 2014 conference. ...

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Deep dive into AngularJS – my review of “Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS”

AngularJS is very popular JavaScript framework for writing Single Page Applications but despite its popularity, it had surprisingly poor book coverage. There were no really good, reference book coveri...

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Recenzja “Oprogramowanie szyte na miar?: Jak rozmawia? z klientem, który nie wie czego chce”, czyli o tym co ka?dy programista umie? powinien

Dear Reader This post is in my native language as it is a review of book pyblished only in Poland. Please feel free to check my other posts which are mainly written in English. Do?? rzadko si?gam po k...

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Agile By Example 2013 – review

I’ve just returned from my trip to Warsaw to attend 3rd edition of Agile By Example. Here’s my thoughts, impression and notes after this event. Overview This year’s Agile By Example ...

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