Weekend Reading List #67 – Week of 4/5

Welcome to edition #67. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG had a super interesting event with Frank Liu, creator of Deep Java Library (DJL), an open-source library to develop Deep Learning models in Java. You can view the presentation on YouTube. Later in April, we'll have a presentation about FXGL Game engine. Stay tuned. Records On … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #67 – Week of 4/5

Weekend Reading List #66 – Week of 3/29

Welcome to edition #66. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG will have a busy April. On April 7th, we'll present about Deep Java Library (DJL). Later in the month, the topic will be the FXGL Game engine. Registration is open at the NYJavaSIG website. Microservices When to use Microservices (and when not to) was the theme of … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #66 – Week of 3/29

Weekend Reading List #65 – Week of 3/22

Welcome to edition #65. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG will have a busy April. On April 7th, we'll present about Deep Java Library (DJL). Later in the month, the topic will be FXGL Game engine. Stay tuned for the announcements and registration. ZeroXCafe New podcast created by Bruno Borges and Andres Almiray about … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #65 – Week of 3/22

Weekend Reading List #64 – Week of 3/15

Welcome to edition #64. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG will have a busy April. While the next events are not announced, why not look at the videos available on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel? There are also monthly raffles of JetBrains licenses and Agile Learner subscriptions. Stay tuned.   Java Platform Modern Java Platform discusses everything … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #64 – Week of 3/15

Weekend Reading List #63 – Week of 3/8

Welcome to edition #63. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Andres Almiray presented Layrry and the Java Module System to the NYJavaSIG. There was also a raffle of JetBrains licenses and Agile Learner subscription. The video is available on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.   Records Serialization In episode 14 of the Inside Java podcast, Julia Boes and Chris … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #63 – Week of 3/8

Weekend Reading List #62 – Week of 3/1

Welcome to edition #62. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The next NYJavaSIG event will happen on March 11th, and our guest is Andres Almiray. He will be talking about Layrry and the Java Module System. Registration is open at the NYJavaSIG website.   Saga Orchestration For Microservices Gunnar Morling wrote a great article about Saga … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #62 – Week of 3/1

Weekend Reading List #61 – Week of 2/22

Welcome to edition #61. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Add to your calendar. The next NYJavaSIG event will happen on March 11th, and our guest is Andres Almiray. Stay tuned and follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified when registration opens. Java $25USD Certification Oracle is doing a big promotion to celebrate Java's 25th … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #61 – Week of 2/22

Weekend Reading List #60 – Week of 2/15

Welcome to edition number 60 of the Weekend reading list with suggestions for your weekend read. DevNexus The largest Java conference in the US happened between February 16th and 18th. It started with the second edition of the JUG (Java User Group) leaders summit, where JUG leaders from all over the world had the chance … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #60 – Week of 2/15

Weekend Reading List #59 – Week of 2/8

Welcome to edition #59 of the Weekend reading list with suggestions for your weekend read. NYJavaSIG events Yesterday, Juan Fumero presented Transparent Heterogeneous Computing for Java via TornadoVM to the NYJavaSIG members. The recording can be seen on YouTube.   The Unsafe Class Article from Ben Evans to the Oracle magazine about the "state" of the Unsafe class   … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #59 – Week of 2/8

Weekend Reading List #58 – Week of 2/1

Welcome to edition #58 of the Weekend reading list with suggestions for your weekend read. NYJavaSIG events It's official. On February 10th, Juan Fumero will present Transparent Heterogeneous Computing for Java via TornadoVM. Registration is open at the NYJavaSIG website.   Spring Boot REST API with Redis and React In a series of videos, Brian Sam-Bodden demonstrates … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #58 – Week of 2/1