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 … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #153 – Week of 12/4

Weekend Reading List #152 – Week of 11/28

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list, edition #152. 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. https://twitter.com/Java_Champions/status/1597292079838699520?s=20&t=It6fJ0AT75x4gHZh65xy2Q NYJavaSIG Stay tuned. The NYJavaSIG will host Ken Kousen who will present Functional Java, Groovy, … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #152 – Week of 11/28

Weekend Reading List #132 – Week of 7/11

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list, edition #132.  NYJavaSIG Did you know that you can watch many past presentations on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel? Check it out and follow the NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of future talks and hands-on workshops. Panama Carl Dea wrote a series of four articles about Project Panama, which explores a new … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #132 – Week of 7/11

Weekend Reading List #114 – Week of 3/7

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #114.  NYJavaSIG On March 10th, the NYJavaSIG hosted Venkat Subramaniam, who substituted Ken Kousen, and presented Functional Programming in Java, Groovy, and Kotlin. You can watch the record on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Thank you Venkat, for your availability, and we are looking forward to having Ken Kousen at the NYJavaSIG on … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #114 – Week of 3/7

Weekend Reading List #113 – Week of 2/28

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #113.  NYJavaSIG Registrations are open. On March 10th, the NYJavaSIG will host Ken Kousen, who will present Functional Programming in Java, Groovy, and Kotlin. Follow the NYJavaSIG to be notified about this and future events. Don't forget that you can watch the record of past events on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.  Technical Speaker The … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #113 – Week of 2/28