Weekend Reading List #91 – Week of 9/27

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #91. 


The NYJavaSIG had a great event this week with the Java Champion Simon Ritter about OpenJDK 17. If you missed it, you can watch the recording on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Save the date, the next event will be on October 13th, and the topic is Kubernetes, so don’t forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified and maybe be one of the lucky winners of our raffles. 

Java 17 is here

Who better to talk about the evolution of the Java language than the language architect Brian Goetz and Stuart Marks? You can listen to the interview at the podcast hosted by Chad Arimura and David Delabassée

Github MySQL Evolution

In this article from Thomas Maurer, learn how Github scaled its MySQL instances from a single node to answering 1.2M queries/second in 2021.

Cloud Native Apps with GraalVM

In a video recording, you will learn from Alina Yurenko how to build cloud-native apps using Micronaut and GraalVM, deploy them to the cloud and optimize their performance.

JHipster with Spring Native

Watch the article from Matt Raible explaining how he and Josh Long did JHipster work with Spring Native.

Get Your First Dev Job

Cassidy Williams writes tips, tricks, and general advice for how to get in the door in tech.

Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

Github Actions

O artigo do Guillaume Falourd foca em Workflows no GitHub Actions e explica como usar events e triggers.

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