remove SDKMAN from README, JDK is now downloaded by Gradle Toolchain

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- [Setting up the Development Environment](#setting-up-the-development-environment)
- [SDKMAN](#sdkman)
- [PostgreSQL Server](#postgresql-server)
- [Markdown](#markdown)
- [Render Markdown embedded PlantUML](#render-markdown-embedded-plantuml)
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To be able to build and run the Java Spring Boot application, you need the following tools:
- Docker 20.x (on MacOS you also need *Docker Desktop* or similar)
- PostgreSQL Server 15.5-bookworm
- optionally: PostgreSQL Server 15.5-bookworm
(see instructions below to install and run in Docker)
- Java JDK at least recent enough to run Gradle
(JDK 17.x will be automatically installed by Gradle toolchain support)
You also might need an IDE (e.g. *IntelliJ IDEA* or *Eclipse* or *VS Code* with *[STS](https://spring.io/tools)* and a GUI Frontend for *PostgreSQL* like *Postbird*.
- The matching Java JDK at will be automatically installed by Gradle toolchain support.
- You also might need an IDE (e.g. *IntelliJ IDEA* or *Eclipse* or *VS Code* with *[STS](https://spring.io/tools)* and a GUI Frontend for *PostgreSQL* like *Postbird*.
If you have at least Docker, the Java JDK and Gradle installed in appropriate versions and in your `PATH`, then you can start like this:
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If you still need to install some of these tools, find some hints in the next chapters.
### SDKMAN
*SdkMan* is not necessary, but helpful to install and switch between different versions of SDKs (Software-Development-Kits) and development tools in general, e.g. *JDK* and *Gradle*.
It is available for _Linux_ and _MacOS_, _WSL_, _Cygwin_, _Solaris_ and _FreeBSD_.
You can get it from: https://sdkman.io/.
<big>**&#9888;**</big>
Yeah, the `curl ... | bash` install method looks quite scary;
but in a development environment you're downloading executables all the time,
e.g. through `npm`, `Maven` or `Gradle` when downloading dependencies.
Thus, maybe you should at least use a separate Linux account for development.
Once it's installed, you can install *JDK* and *Gradle*:
sdk install java 17.0.3-tem
sdk install gradle
sdk use java 17.0.3-tem # use this to switch between installed JDK versions
### PostgreSQL Server
You could use any PostgreSQL Server (from version 13 on) installed on your machine.
You could use any PostgreSQL Server (version 15) installed on your machine.
You might amend the port and user settings in `src/main/resources/application.yml`, though.
But the easiest way to run PostgreSQL is via Docker.