Weekend Reading List #69 – Week of 4/19

Welcome to edition #69. I hope you enjoy it!

NYJavaSIG

I hope you enjoyed the Practical Introduction to FXGL talk by Almas Baimagambetov at the NYJavaSIG. If you missed it, you could watch the recording on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.

Java Is Criminally Underhyped

If you missed this article on your timeline this week, read it. It’s an fascinating point of view of Jackson Roberts, an undergrad Computer Science student from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Performance Engineering

What is performance engineering? Why use it? How to use it? These are the questions that Matthew Heusser answers in his article.

Apache Spark In Java

Reza Ganji’s article to DZone goes over the concepts around Apache Spark, the modules, and how you can use it in Java.

Java $25USD Certification – Expiring soon

You have two more days to take advantage of the discounted price to take an Oracle certification exam. 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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Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

O Guia Completo Do gRPC

Esta é uma série de artigos que o Lucas Santos está escrevendo sobre gRPC. A primeira já está disponível e você pode acessá-la aqui.

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