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Using Awaitility to Wait for a Long-Running Execution to Complete

In modern software development, it’s common to encounter scenarios where a task or operation takes a significant amount of time to complete. Managing the synchronization and timing of such long-running executions can be challenging. Thankfully, Awaitility, a powerful Java library, provides an elegant solution. In this blog post, we will explore how Awaitility can be used to wait for a long-running execution to finish.

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Why Sharing a Database Between Microservices is a Bad Idea

Microservices architecture is a popular approach to building modern applications, where each service is designed to perform a specific set of tasks independently. Each microservice has its own database and communicates with other microservices through APIs. While this architecture provides many benefits, such as flexibility, scalability, and ease of maintenance, there are some potential drawbacks to consider. One such drawback is sharing a database between microservices.

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4 Mistakes That Prevent Your Java APIs From Having More Users

When you have more people using your Java APIs, your projects grow and naturally you become a better engineer. You become more likely to increase your incomes and join great new projects. It also enables people to get their jobs done faster. So it’s a win-win situation.