Weekend Reading List #143 – Week of 9/26

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list, edition #143. 


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Did you know you can watch the previous event on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel?

Micro Frontends

Matt Raible explains how to build a Java microservices architecture that leverages micro frontends for the UI.

Java 19

Excellent summary of Java 19 features for Projects Loom, Panama, and Amber written by Michael Redlich.

Kafka and Debezium

The third article of the Kafka series from Alex Soto discusses Moving Kafka and Debezium to Kubernetes using Strimzi

IntelliJ Conference

Video with all presentations from the first day of IntelliJ IDEA Conference 2022

The video includes the following talks:

Surviving Open Source, by Donald Raab

Let’s Set Sail With Fleet!, by Vitaly Bragilevsky

Should I Upgrade to Java 17?, by Nikhil Nanivadekar 

Event Streaming and Processing Using Apache Pulsar, by Mary Grygleski 

Kubernetes Native Java, by Josh Long

Changes to Java

Yesterday, Billy Korando wrote about suggested changes to Java that will make the language more friendly, especially for those starting with Java.

We could go from:

public class HelloWorld {
  public static void main (String[] args) {
    System.out.println("Hello World");

To something like:

void main() {
  println("Hello World");

What do you think of the proposed change?

You can read the entire thread here.


Drop me a line if you want to add an event to the list.

JavaOne – Las Vegas, October 17-20, 2022

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