Weekend Reading List #88 – Week of 9/6

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #88.

NYJavaSIG

I hope you are having a great (and safe) summer. Do you know that you can watch on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel thousands of hours of content from previous sessions? All kinds of content, your favorite speakers one click away from you. Since you’re visiting the channel, go on and hit the “Subscribe” button. Don’t forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of future events and maybe be one of the lucky winners of our raffles. Talking about events, on September 22nd, we will host the Java Champion Simon Ritter. More details soon.

Revisiting Java in 2021

September marks the release of Java 17, the next LTS after Java 11. With that in mind, Andrich van Wyk wrote an article about the new LTS version changes.

Spinnaker and Kubernetes

Watch the recording of the presentation from Daniel Hinojosa to Denver and Boulder JUGs.

Modern Java Apps

How to modernize Java apps is the title of the talk from Ana-Maria Mihalcean to the EMEA OpenShift Coffee Break.

Why Upgrade to Java 16 or 17?

The article from Johan Janssen to InfoQ discusses some of the benefits of upgrading your Java application to the newest versions of Java.

KUBERNETES INSTANCE CALCULATOR

Check out the Kubernetes instance calculator from Daniele Polencic.

News

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