Weekend Reading List #89 – Week of 9/13

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #89.


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Shenandoah in OpenJDK 17

Roman Kennke writes about the changes to Shenandoah GC on OpenJDK 17.

The Good-old (Java) Jakarta EE is back

Jenna Sargent writes about the report that shows that Enterprise Java is having a renaissance.

SOA vs. Microservices

The blog post from Gonzalo Vásquez compares Microservices to Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).


Is the native image the only nice thing about Quarkus? Accordingly to Max Andersen, there is much more on Quarkus than just native images. To know more, read his thread on Twitter.

Artigos em Português (PT-BR)


A onda dos frameworks que não usam reflection continuam a aumentar, talvez também impulsionadas pela JEP 403 (Strongly Encapsulate JDK Internals). Mas o que significa não usar reflexion? Quais os benefícios? Quais os prejuízos? Pra saber mais, basta ler o blog do Otávio Santana.

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