jOOQ Goes JavaOne™ We're super excited to announce that our CEO and Head of R&D Lukas will be heading to San Francisco this fall to talk about jOOQ at JavaOne™! This is not just great for Data Geekery and jOOQ, but also for the whole Java / SQL ecosystem, as we believe that the Java / SQL … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter: June 18, 2014 – jOOQ goes JavaOne™
subscribe to this newsletter here Tweet of the Day Our customers, users, and followers are sharing their love for jOOQ to the world. Here are: Arturo Tena who simply loves jOOQ 3.3, and expresses this with a creative transformation of our version numbering scheme: https://twitter.com/arturotena/status/434502197217202176 Florin T.Pătraşcu who cannot stop integrating jOOQ with MicroMVC, because he discovers more … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter: April 2, 2014
subscribe to the newsletter here Tweet of the Day We would like to contribute this new section of the newsletter to our followers, users, and customers. Here's Andy Van Den Heuvel, who appreciates jOOQ's and MyBatis' (both being "post-JPA" frameworks) return to SQL. https://twitter.com/andyvdh7/status/416685921288093696 2013 from jOOQ's perspective 2013 was a very exciting year for jOOQ and jOOQ customers. … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter: December 30, 2013. Happy New Year!
subscribe to the newsletter here jOOQ 3.2 Licensing Update Three weeks ago, we have announced and released jOOQ 3.2 under the terms of a new dual-licensing model offering jOOQ's support for commercial databases under a commercial jOOQ license. The jOOQ community has reacted intensively on the user group, most of the feedback having been very positive. The licensing … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter October 28, 2013
Subscribe to this newsletter here. jOOQ 3.2 Released After a bit of time, jOOQ 3.2 has finally been released. This interesting release mainly includes two new SPIs (Service Provider Interfaces), which allow for: Injecting pre and post CRUD operation behaviour, which is useful for global ID generators. Injecting behaviour into the SQL rendering lifecycle allowing … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter October 10, 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
Subscribe to this newsletter here SQL Popularity and Controversy In the last newsletter, SQL popularity was well addressed by the tremendous feedback our articles received: 10 Common Mistakes Java Developers Make When Writing SQL 10 More Common Mistakes Java Developers Make When Writing SQL Together, the above articles have have reached out to more than … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter September 2013
Subscribe to this newsletter here Overwhelming feedback from the jOOQ User Survey jOOQ has been the leading Java Open Source SQL building tool for the last three years. Feedback on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, reddit, Stack Overflow has been very positive. The recent user survey was well received by an increasingly growing jOOQ … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter August 2013