Migrating From Junit4 to Junit5

In 2019, I gave a talk at Netcentric Summit about Junit5 migration and its advantages. You can check the content here: Video: Netcentric | JUnit 5, mockito 2 and AEM Mocks, is it true for you? Blog post: JUnit 5: leveraging new features for testing After 3 years, I wanted to revisit the procedure to migrate from junit4 to junit5, so let’s do it! The result was this PR....

June 20, 2022 · 3 min · Tomás Dias Almeida

My summary about AWS queues

I was doubting about writing this post because AWS is evolving really fast and this post will be probably old very fast. So, I am adding the AWS documentation, so, please take your time to check the official documentation to confirm my findings (and if possible, write me a message so I can update it if needed). SQS AWS SQS is a simple 1:1 queue, so it delivers messages from A to B....

May 29, 2022 · 3 min · Tomás Dias Almeida

Creating an archetype from an existing project

If you are creating a cloud of microservices or are in an environment where you have to generate multiple maven projects or modules, it is very useful to create archetypes to handle these new modules/projects creation. What is an archetype? A Maven archetype is a templated project. Maven offers several archetypes that allow you to create new maven modules ready to run in few seconds. How to use a generic archetype?...

May 29, 2021 · 6 min · Tomás Dias Almeida