This Week in Spring – July 26th, 2022
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_Aloha_, Spring fans! I’m on vacation, reporting to you from the paradise-like island of Maui, Hawaii, and hoping that you’re having a wonderful day! My family and I love Hawaii. It’s brimming with beauty and serenity, and while the island of Maui, in the state of Hawaii, is very small, the islands are humbling. They make you feel so very small. It’s surreal to sit there on the beach as the sun creeps down beyond the horizon and to realize there’s nothing but pitch black darkness and water for as far as you can see, starting just a few meters away. It’s endless. It has no end. Like the bugs in code. Endless. And humbling.

I’ve spent so much time on the beach with my partner and our daughter that it actually feels kind of weird just to sit here at the keyboard and write out this blog! But I’m happy to do it. It’s gratifying to learn new things. And so, with that, let’s dive into this week’s installment:

* [A Bootiful Podcast: Spring Cloud and Spring Cloud Kubernetes contributor Ryan Baxter]()
* [A Guide to Java Source and Target Options]()
* [Apply Default Global SecurityScheme in springdoc-openapi]()
* [Get a sneak peek of what’s being worked on for the next edition of JavaOne (yes, that’s right! the show is _back_!)]()
* [Count Documents Using Spring Data MongoDB Repository]()
* I love my teammate [DaShaun Carter’s]() look at building a [K3s on Raspberry Pi and ClusterHat]() with, among other things, Spring Native
* [I _also_ love my teammate Jakub Pilmon’s _DDD by Example_ repository]()
* [Maven Snapshot Repository vs Release Repository]()
* [Do you have _real_ CI/CD in place?]()
* [Part 2: How to Create a Spring Boot Kubernetes Controller](). The first installment is linked in the body of the blog. Both of them, as the author volunteers, are inspired by a presentation my amazing teammate Cora Iberkleid and I gave at Spring I/O a few months ago. It’s a very well done series and I hope you’ll check the installments out.
* [Raghav2211/spring-web-flux-todo-app: Spring boot Todo application]()
* [Spring Boot 2.6.10 available now]()
* [Spring Boot 2.7.2 available now]()
* [Spring Boot 3.0.0-M4 available now]()
* [Spring Shell 2.1.0 is now available]()
* [Spring Tips: Kubernetes Native Java (Redux, 2022)]()
* [Spring for GraphQL 1.0.1 released]()
* [Did you know there’s an IntelliJ plugin to help you with naming things?]()
* [Tagir Valeev on Twitter]()
* [Why Maven Doesn’t Find JUnit Tests to Run]()
* It’s here! The GraalVM reachability index is now [starting to take shape](). This epository contains a community-driven collection of GraalVM reachability metadata for open-source libraries. We on the Spring team have contributed to it and so have others. It’s an excellent initiative.
* I love this thread by Gunnar Morling on things you [should do with your Maven builds to make them more approachable and trustworthy]()Read More

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