Weekend Reading List #57 – Week of 1/25

Welcome to edition #57 of the Weekend reading list with suggestions for your weekend read.

NYJavaSIG events

It’s official. On February 10th, Juan Fumero will present Transparent Heterogeneous Computing for Java via TornadoVM. Registration is open at the NYJavaSIG website.

 

Pattern Matching

Pattern Matching was a preview feature on Java 14 and will become permanent on Java 16 that will be released in March 2021. In a recent interview with InfoQ,  Brian Goetz explained the use cases for Pattern Matching and future possibilities.

 

Garbage Collection

For edition 22 of JVMRoundaboutChris Ryder gave an overview on Gargabe Collection algorithms, and Roman Kennke dived into Shenandoah. The video is available on YouTube.

 

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Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

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Java Champions Brasucas

Java Champions Brasucas é uma ótima iniciativa do Elder Moraes e que serve para mostrar que o Brasil produz ótimos profissionais. No episódio que vai ao ar nesta sexta-feira, 30 de Janeiro as 11 am de Brasília, ele entrevista a Fabiane Nardon. A Fabiane é uma Java Champion, empreendedora, uma das fundadoras da Tail Target e sabe muito de BigData. Confere lá no canal do Elder no YouTube ao vivo a entrevista.

 

Kafka Connect

No DXLab Podcast, o Ronaldo Lanhellas e Marcelo Costa falaram sobre o conceito e uso do Kafka Connect.

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