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The Newest Java Json Benchmark Results just dropped
Afaik dsl-json came up with a lot of improvements and inspired a several other libraries like JsonIter and jsonIter-scala. Jsoniter-scala by u/plokhotnyuk is probably the most optimized JSON library on the JVM at this point, and seems to power most of the Scala ecosystem. Some implementations/optimizations eventually made their way back into Jackson and other libraries.
dsljson for the win.
The state of Java Object Serialization libraries in Q2 2023
5 projects | /r/java | 7 Apr 2023
You gotta at least add the top contender. I mean dsl-json is probably the fastest json lib java has to offer. I personally like Rob's avaje-jsonb, because I think the approach of no reflection, and doing everything via annotation processing is rad. (it also has some decent speed too)
I benchmarked kotlin rust and go. The results will shock you , or not.
4 projects | /r/Kotlin | 15 Jan 2023
Have you tried dsl-json instead of jsoniter? Should be faster.
Performance of 12 JSON parsers for Scala
9 projects | /r/scala | 29 Mar 2021
I've updated results of benchmarks of 12 JSON parsers for Scala: - AVSystem's scala-commons - Borer - Circe - DSL-JSON - Jackson - jsoniter-scala - Play-JSON, - play-json-jsoniter - Spray-JSON - uPickle - weePickle - zio-json
Flowable (V6) VS javactrl-kafka - a user suggested alternative
2 projects | 2 Feb 2023
Do you use Model-Driven Engineering in your jobs?
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 5 Nov 2021
I’m doing a lot of exploratory work with BPMN right now.
I think if your business is largely transactional (think Stripe), there is a lot of value to be had by framing your development as “business process automation”.
The term (and BPMN) has a lot of enterprise baggage, but some of the tools out there  are well suited to orchestrating services (and people where necessary) as a single automated process. The the ability to build that flow visually using BPMN, and then execute it in a workflow engine where you can monitor it, audit it, and optimize over time is pretty compelling.
Here’s an interesting read on the topic: https://www.infoq.com/articles/events-workflow-automation/
What are some alternatives?
Camunda BPM - Flexible framework for workflow and decision automation with BPMN and DMN. Integration with Quarkus, Spring, Spring Boot, CDI.
Activiti - Activiti is a light-weight workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) Platform targeted at business people, developers and system admins. Its core is a super-fast and rock-solid BPMN 2 process engine for Java. It's open-source and distributed under the Apache license. Activiti runs in any Java application, on a server, on a cluster or in the cloud. It integrates perfectly with Spring, it is extremely lightweight and based on simple concepts.
jbpm - a Business Process Management (BPM) Suite
cadence - Cadence is a distributed, scalable, durable, and highly available orchestration engine to execute asynchronous long-running business logic in a scalable and resilient way.
Micronaut - Micronaut Application Framework
zeebe - Distributed Workflow Engine for Microservices Orchestration
Quarkus - Quarkus: Supersonic Subatomic Java.
bucket4j - Java rate limiting library based on token-bucket algorithm.
temporal - Temporal service
jsoniter-scala - Scala macros for compile-time generation of safe and ultra-fast JSON codecs
jackson-module-scala - Add-on module for Jackson (https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson) to support Scala-specific datatypes