Announcement: SpringUni is now CraftingJava
SpringUni continues to operate under the new name CraftingJava.
It’s been recently re-branded as CraftingJava. Most of the social media assets were renamed and the old website (springuni.com) now redirects here.
I’ve recently realized that professional work I’m doing on a daily basis grows beyond Spring and there are other Java related topics I could write about.
— Java (@java) November 30, 2018
… actually twice.
Quick guide to using Java Flight Recorder (JFR), a profiling tool used to gather diagnostics and profiling data from a running #Java application. @craftingjavahttps://t.co/AqWqXSwDpA pic.twitter.com/vi3vTwuk5H
— Java (@java) December 17, 2018
Along with @payara_fish and couple of others on Twitter.
Using Java Flight Recorder With OpenJDK 11
Oracle recently open sourced #Java Flight Recorder, so we take a look at how to use this excellent, once-proprietary troubleshooting tool with #OpenJDK 11.https://t.co/mChLQexQzt by @craftingjava pic.twitter.com/kXEdNOAopo
— Payara (@Payara_Fish) December 11, 2018
In social media terms some might say that that post has gone viral. Although I wouldn’t use such big words myself, it’s clear that such a content – which wasn’t tightly connected to original theme of this site – gained unusual amount of attention and became the most viewed article of all.
The Spring Ecosystem is still very important for me and it’s still the Nr. 1 framework I use, but performance tuning and monitoring of Java apps is something else I’ve also been doing for long.
All that said, you can expect posts about Spring, but there will be content here about other stuff as well.