Weekend Reading List #58 – Week of 2/1

Welcome to edition #58 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.


Spring Boot REST API with Redis and React

In a series of videos, Brian Sam-Bodden demonstrates how  to build a Spring Boot REST API powered by Redis, with a React front end



Looking to learn Kotlin? How about 9+ hours of content in 130+ videos? That’s right, Donn Felker just announced that he’ll make publicly available the entire of his Kotlin course. The first 23 videos are available on YouTube


Java 9+ Features

Reviewing old posts I found a couple of articles with features Java 8+, Records, and Text Blocks. For a more complete list of features consider the deck of a recent presentation that I gave on Java 9+ features at Speakerdeck.


Spring Boot and GraalVM

A list of articles from Jonas Hecht about applications with Spring Boot and GraalVM


If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.


Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

Você tem sugestão de artigos em Português? Gostaria de ver seu artigo divulgado aqui no blog? Envie sua sugestão pelo Twitter ou pelo blog.


Cognitive Driven Development

Encontei um vídeo do Albertou Souza onde ele fala sobre Cognitive Driven Development. Vale a pena conferir.


Generalista ou Especialista?

Seguindo a febre do livro do David Epstein, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, o Bernardo Carneiro escreveu um artigo sobre essa dúvida eterna dos devs. Devo ser generalista ou especialista?


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