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Devoxx 2015: A Java Hipster Visits Belgium Matt Raible
I've been excited to show people JHipster and what it can do ever since I started using it in September 2014 . I've been using its core frameworks (AngularJS, Bootstrap and Spring Boot) for a few years and believe they do a great job to ...
Google's Mirror of Maven Central 25% Faster Matt Raible
Last week, Takari announced that Google is Maven Central's New Best Friend . While writing a news article about this for InfoQ, I decided to run a small test to see the speed of the default Maven Central versus the new Google Cloud Storage instance....
Happy Birthday Abbie! Matt Raible
We now have a teenager. Abbie turns 13 today and we're celebrating with smiles in the Raible household. Abbie is in 7th grade now. She's a straight-A student and still loves to pick on her little brother. She's old enough that she's picked up an after school...
The JHipster Mini-Book: How We Did It and What's Next Matt Raible
Last Friday, the JHipster Mini-Book was published on InfoQ . I wrote about this milestone on the book's blog . I'm pumped to see this release happen, and I'd like to give you a behind-the-scenes peak at how it went from idea to production. The...
RE: Customizing an Asciidoctor PDF so it looks like an InfoQ Mini-Book Matt Raible
Last week, I wrote about customizing an Asciidoctor PDF so it looks like an InfoQ Mini-Book . Shortly after writing that blog post, Dan Allen responded to my questions and showed me how to customize Asciidoctor's PDF generation . I ended up using both...

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