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Keycloak Extensions

In the previous article, we explored the straightforward process of customizing Keycloak’s user interface. Now, let’s dive into the world of SPIs (Service Provider Interfaces) and discover how we can extend Keycloak’s functionalities by implementing our own. To accomplish this, we’ll need the following set of tools:: Apache Maven Eclipse (or any other IDE that supports Java and Maven) Java SDK (download from here and install it before continuing with the article) If you prefer, you have the option to run Keycloak instances using Docker, although it is not mandatory. To simplify the process, I’ve included a set of Dockerfiles […]

Scala Crash Course, Part 1

In the last article from the Data Science for Losers series I’ve used a few mini examples in Scala to show how Apache Spark works. Granted, I’m still not sure if this was a “good” idea at all but regarding the fact that the whole series degenerated into something really chaotic a few harmless lines in Scala wouldn’t make it worse anyway. However, the much lower retweet-rate of the last article made it clear that the jump from my bad Python code to my even worse Scala code wasn’t very well accepted. Well, I think it’s time for a crash course in Scala […]