Weekend Reading List #27

50% of the year is gone. What have you learned this year? What do you want to learn this year?

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Completable Future

The NYJavaSIG group will host a live hand-on workshop with the Java Champion Victor Grazi on July 7th. The workshop will be an interactive coding session covering all of the CompletableFuture capabilities. To register visit the NYJavaSIG website.



Helidon is a microservices framework created by Oracle. In his last article, Michael Redlich gives a tutorial of the Helidon framework. We should hear a lot from Helidon from now on. Graeme Rocher, the creator of Micronaut joined Oracle and I’m curious to see Oracle’s approach to Helidon and Micronaut.


Building a command-line app with Java 11, Micronaut, Picocli, and GraalVM

The name may seem complex, but this short video from Szymon Stepniak makes it easy to build a Java application using Micronaut, GraalVM, and Piccocli.


RSocket on Spring Boot

Ben Wilcock article is an easy to follow tutorial that teaches through a series of exercises, how to get started with RSocket on Spring Boot.


Authorization and Authentication

The article “The Difference Between HTTP Auth, API Keys and OAuth“, written by Daniel Lindau compares these different ways to achieve authentication and authorization.



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