Weekend Reading List #153 – Week of 12/4

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list, edition #153.

Java Champion

On November 28th, I was nominated a Java Champion. It’s an immense honor and I’m very proud for the nomination. You can read about my journey here.

NYJavaSIG

Stay tuned. The NYJavaSIG will host Ken Kousen who will present Functional Java, Groovy, and Kotlin on December 14th. Join us, meet new people, and you will have a chance to win one of our prize raffles. Registration is open at https://javasig.com. Thank you to Microsoft for hosting the event.

Follow the NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified about registration and future events. You can watch the recording of past events on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel

Security

How to use Java DTOs to stay secureBrian Vermeer

Spring Read-Write and read-only

Read-write and read-only transaction routing with SpringVlad Mihalcea

DevOps

DevOps for Java DevelopersIx-Chel Ruiz

Performance

A sneak peak at the Java performance toolboxAna-Maria Mihalceanu

Value Objects

Java Value Objects in Action with ValhallaJosé Paumard

Dependencies in IntelliJ

Viewing Dependencies in IntelliJ IDEAMarit van Dijk

Spring Cloud

Run Java Microservices Across Multiple Cloud Regions With Spring CloudDenis Magda

Conferences/Events

Drop me a line to add an event to the list.

Devnexus, April 4-6, 2023 – Atlanta, USA.

Voxxed Days Dubai, May 15th, 2023

JNation, June 6-7, 2023 – Coimbra, Portugal

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