jOOQ Newsletter September 17, 2013

Subscribe to this newsletter here. SQL for calculations SQL can be used for heavy calculations. This doesn't mean that it has to, of course. Many Java-oriented software architects are reluctant to allow for business logic entering their database. DBA tend to disagree and promote complex logic in database views or stored procedures. The pros and … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter September 17, 2013

Plagiarism is Copyright Infringement AND Poor Form

Please repost / reblog / spread the word, should you have been victim of a similar act of plagiarism or copyright infringement! With my blog getting increasingly popular, I'm more and more facing the problem of plagiarism. Plagiarism is bad for a variety of reasons: It hurts the original author's SEO, as content starts getting … Continue reading Plagiarism is Copyright Infringement AND Poor Form

The Announcer Badge on Stack Overflow

It just struck me like lightning. I just realised one (surely not the only) very important reason, why Stack Overflow always winds up at least once in the top 10 search results on Google for virtually any programming-related search. The Announcer Badge. When you share a link to a Stack Overflow question or answer using the … Continue reading The Announcer Badge on Stack Overflow

jOOQ Tutorial by Ikai Lan

A friend of mine recently found a nice tutorial about jOOQ on the web: http://ikaisays.com/2011/11/01/getting-started-with-jooq-a-tutorial This was written by Ikai Lan, a Google App Engine developer. See also my previous blog post about a jOOQ integration example with Google Cloud SQL: https://blog.jooq.org/jooq-and-google-cloud-sql-example/

jOOQ and Google Cloud SQL Example

This is all too simple. Here's how you can create an easy jOOQ / Google Cloud SQL integration example: Sign up with Google App Engine Sign up with Google Cloud SQL Create a Google App Engine project (preferably with Eclipse) Add jOOQ to your project Add your generated schema to your project Done Google Cloud … Continue reading jOOQ and Google Cloud SQL Example

Google Cloud SQL, the next step for jOOQ?

"The Cloud" is probably the biggest IT buzzword in 2011. It may as well be as meaningless and as short-lived as its predecessors "web 2.0" and "dotcom", but clearly, the big companies are aiming for "The Cloud" right now. After Microsoft's all-out marketing campaign for Windows Azure and its sub-product SQL Azure, there is now … Continue reading Google Cloud SQL, the next step for jOOQ?