Weekend Reading List #64 – Week of 3/15

Welcome to edition #64. I hope you enjoy it!


The NYJavaSIG will have a busy April. While the next events are not announced, why not look at the videos available on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel? There are also monthly raffles of JetBrains licenses and Agile Learner subscriptions. Stay tuned.


Java Platform

Modern Java Platform discusses everything around the JVM, from languages, tooling to frameworks, containers, and serverless – James Ward.


Project Valhalla

Take a look at this Tweet thread written by Nicolai Parlog about Project Valhalla and the proposed changes to the language. Since you’re here, check out his blog with a detailed guide to Java 16


Adam Storm reignited the discussion around coding interviews with his article Why Senior Engineers Hate Coding Interviews.


Oracle Free Resources

Many things are available for free by Oracle for developers. It includes Cloud, container, DB’s, Java, ML, and more – Gerald Venzi.

Java $25USD Certification Until April

Oracle is doing a big promotion to celebrate Java’s 25th anniversary. You can take the certification test for $25USD at Oracle’s website. If you’re looking for material to study, I recommend the certification books from Jeanne Boyarsky and Scott Selikoff.

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Mark and Sweep e as gerações da heap

Artigo do João Victor Martins que fala sobre GC, mark and sweep e as gerações da heap. Muito interessante para entender como seu GC trabalha.


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