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20 March 2018 UPDATE: you can find the code for this project on my Github.
I couldn't find a clear picture of what the VISA requirements were for entering the country, either. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VPcg72Xu VN— Josh Long (龙之春, जोश) (@starbuxman) March 7, 2018 Needless to say, I was even more grateful to be flying Emirates on my way to my next stop, India!
There's so much to enjoy one hardly knows where to get started! Java 9 dropped support for the various types that used to be part of Java EE as those have since been moved to a separate foundation. Thankfully, the correct version is already managed for us by the Spring Boot starter parent so all that was required was adding the dependency: .
So, I set about downloading the new JDK and got it installed on my local machine. I'm running Ubuntu 17.10, (though I'm eagerly awaiting 18.04 due next month..) and there is no Java 10 / Open JDK package, yet. I then made sure I had the latest version of Intelli J IDEA - version 2018.1, as of this writing - and set up my JDK as the default in the Default Project Settings and then I opened my new Spring Boot project in Intelli J and was able to use some of the nice shiny new features that I've not had a chance to enjoy since the release of Java 8, including local type inference (, among other things.
There I was, in India, talking to people who worked with my company's CEO more than a decade ago. All in all, yet another amazing trip to India for which I'm eternally grateful and which I shall not soon forget. I went from Sydney to Singapore and then from Singapore to Dubai. And there I was, in this amazing country that looked like the computer-generated models of futuristic cities in science fiction movies or in advertising but that we hardly expect to experience first hand.
The journey took the better part of a day and I landed in Dubai late in the evening on Tuesday. It was Thanks to @Dubai_DED and @emaratech UAE for hosting @pivotal @starbuxman. @springcloud @springboot pic.twitter.com/h Iggjjo42V— Fadi Yousuf (@fadicce) March 7, 2018 Then, I went and spoke to the world-famous Emirates airlines, routinely ranked among the best airlines in the world.