Weekend Reading List #66 – Week of 3/29

Welcome to edition #66. I hope you enjoy it!


The NYJavaSIG will have a busy April. On April 7th, we’ll present about Deep Java Library (DJL). Later in the month, the topic will be the FXGL Game engine. Registration is open at the NYJavaSIG website.


When to use Microservices (and when not to) was the theme of a talk between Sam Newman and Martin Fowler. It’s a must listen to every developer. You can listen the conversation on the GOTO webpage.

Primitive Objects

Primitive classes are part of JEP 401, and Nicolai Parlog explains it briefly in this short video. This JEP has no release date yet. 


JReleaser is a release automation tool for Java projects. Its goal is to simplify creating releases and publishing artifacts to multiple package managers while providing customizable options.

Importance of Enterprise Reference Architecture for Insurance

Kishore Ramchandani writes about the importance of designing a reference architecture for insurance.

How To Attract More User to Your API

Learn about the 4 mistakes that prevent your Java APIs from having more users by Helber Belmiro

Java $25USD Certification – Expiring soon

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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