Weekend Reading List #92 – Week of 10/4

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #92. 

NYJavaSIG

Save the date, the next event will be on October 13th, and Aaron Wanjala will present Kubernetes for the Java developer. Don’t forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified and maybe be one of the lucky winners of our raffles. 

Java Is Still Free

Java is still free!!! After Oracle’s changes to Java distribution and support, many were uncertain if Java was still free. With that in mind, the Java Champions group wrote an article that explained the changes, and most important, Java is still free.

Fluent API

What’s a fluent API and how you can take advantage of it are some of the questions that Otávio Santana answers in his most recent article to DZone.

Introduction to Spring Cloud Gateway

Aneshka Goyal, in her article, gives an intro to Spring Cloud Gateway.

Artigos em Português (PT-BR)

Microserviços com Spring

Afim de aprender sobre microserviços com Spring? Dá uma olhada no roadmap que a Michelli Brito criou e aproveita pra se inscrever no curso.

Java + Spring + Heroku

Kamila Santos está fazendo uma série de vídeos para explicar como construir uma aplicação usando Java, Spring e Heroku.

Primeiros Passos com quarkus

Quarkus é um framework relativamente novo criado pela RedHat, que vem ganhando bastante atenção. Pensando nisso, o Rinaldo Pitzer criou uma playlist que aborda diversas coisas relacionadas ao Quarkus.

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