I finished Spring Microservices course last week, in the same week, course M202J: MongoDB for Java Developers started. These courses are always free but they’re not always open, they’re available only for a limited time on different dates, so I enrolled in this course before finishing the microservices related one to avoid waiting for the next schedule. Seems that this course brings everything a Java developer needs to start creating an application that works with MongoDB.
Did you see the new comment box at the bottom of the page? Or tried to visit Otzarri.net through HTTPS? Those are the new features Otzarri.net implements this weekend to increase privacy and two-way communication. SSL certificates are generated by Let’s Encrypt with no cost, so if you have a web hosting with SSL support, this is a great option for you. If you don’t, in Gitlab Pages you can host for free a static site generated with Hugo, as I did.
Today I finished Master Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud course, the first I complete in the Udemy learning platform. Thanks to the instructor Ranga Karanam for his good work and explanations, also for putting support material in this GitHub Repository. The first part is about Spring Boot, which is a framework to simplify the bootstrapping and development of new Spring applications. Here I built a RESTful service with Spring Boot looking at different and important aspects like REST specification, logging, database abstraction layer with JPA, exception handling, internationalization, HATEOAS, etc.
Some time ago I was taking the course Master Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud but I had to leave it because these days I was getting very busy. Yesterday, after three months, I returned back and after pushing changes to GitLab repo, I noticed that changes were made with my GitHub email address instead of using the GitLab one. Last commit could be easily changed with the command below:
During this week website’s HTTPS support will not be delivering the SSL certificates of otzarri.net. I deployed the site in GitLab Pages before implementing the auto-renewal of Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates for my domain, so it’s now using the certificates of GitLab. Although I’ll not be working on this until the weekend, at least secure communications are working properly and certificate issues will be resolved on 23 June. Meanwhile, don’t forget to keep browsing secure using free software browsers, user-oriented ones such as Mozilla Firefox or those with enhanced privacy features like Tor Browser.
Otzarri.net was born 7 years ago as the main place to develop my digital identity after maintaining some personal blogs before. It’s awesome how your website evolves in the same way you do as it was a reflection in the mirror of your life. These last years brought many changes to my life, also to this site: In the beginning, this website was written only in Basque, after I moved to Latin America and found myself surrounded by Spanish-speaking people, I started writing in Spanish.