With the release of Quarkus 1.0.0, Java has once again become attractive for microservices. In this blog post I show you how to run native applications on APPUiO using Quarkus.
nxt had the pleasure to give an introduction to the Cloud Native Java Framework Quarkus at the ETH Zurich. Quarkus convinces with a very fast start-up time and a small memory footprint.
Every year in September the Workshoptage take place, organized by CH-Open. We've participated several times ourselves, but now we've taken the next step: We submitted six proposals, of which four were chosen. In the end, three workshops came about: One about Keycloak, one about Kotlin and one about Quarkus.
VSHN supports software developers with automated testing, deployment and scaling of their applications and running them on any infrastructure. We supported VSHN with the relaunch of their customer portal. In addition to the redesign, we streamlined the functionality and improved the user experience for the customers.
Swiss Re hosted the internal three-day Technology & Engineering Culture Conference for the first time. We were invited to talk on the topics best practices with Angular, continuous delivery and the development of microservices.