Welcome to edition #55 of the Weekend reading list with suggestions for your weekend read.
DawsCon and JChampions
Friday, January 15th, I’ll be presenting at DawsCon conference among Hillmer Chona. Our talk “Of Concurrency and other demons” will be transmitted live. Check the DawsCon page to learn about this and other talks. It’s free. Also, free and happening Monday and Tuesday is the JChampions Conference where Java Champions will be giving the talks. There’s a lot of good content and amazing speakers.
The recording of Venkat Subramaniam’s “Type Inference: Friend or Foe” is available on the NYJavaSIG channel. The next event is a hands-on-workshop with JFrog on DevSecOps on the 20th. Registration is open at NYJavaSIG website.
Is Too Much Code Coverage a Thing?
The tragedy of 100% code coverage is an article from Daniel Lebrero, where he opines about use cases where a test isn’t necessary.
Kafka As A Database?
Yes or no? David Xiang explains the pros and cons of this decision in this article. What do you think?
The Next Five Years Of Eclipse Collections
Read in the last article from Eclipse Collections creator Donald Raab, his wish list for the next 5 years.
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