Bungee jumping into Quarkus: blindfolded but happy

A year ago I started with a couple of friends a new project based on Quarkus to create a visual editor for integrations called Kaoto.

As responsible of the backend side, I obviously chose Java to do it. Coming from the Java 8 world with shy traces of Java 11, I decided to jump directly to Quarkus on Java 17 (unstable at the time) with Reactive and explore the serverless possibilities while, at the same time, keep the over-engineering and the over-fanciness of new features as reasonable as possible.

On this article I will discuss the good and the bad of this experience. I am not a Quarkus developer, I am a developer that used Quarkus. And as any average developer that starts with a new technology, I obviously skipped the documentation and just bungee jumped into the framework, blindfolded and without safe nets.

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