Weekend Reading List #38 – Week of 9/14

The NYJavaSIG will be celebrating its 25th anniversary. You can still register for an epic event on September 23rd. There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   NYJavaSIG … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #38 – Week of 9/14

Weekend Reading List #37 – Week of 9/7

September is here and the summer is almost over on the northern hemisphere. Let's use the last 3 months of the year to learn and share knowledge. There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #37 – Week of 9/7

Weekend Reading List #36 – Week of 8/31

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   NYJavaSIG 25th Anniversary Reserve the date. The NYJavaSIG will host an amazing event on September 23rd to celebrate its 25th anniversary. … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #36 – Week of 8/31

Weekend Reading List #35 – Week of 8/24

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   MicroProfile The NYJavaSIG group hosted a free event on August 26th with Cesar Hernandez and Rafael Guimaraes. The video of … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #35 – Week of 8/24

Use Jacoco And GitHub Actions to Improve Code Coverage

Eclipse Collections has recently added a code coverage report via Jacoco using GitHub actions. For those not familiar, Jacoco is a free code coverage library. In short, it measures how much of our code has test coverage. With this addition, anyone willing to contribute to Eclipse Collections can download the report, look for parts of code … Continue reading Use Jacoco And GitHub Actions to Improve Code Coverage

Weekend Reading List #34 – Week of 8/17

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   MicroProfile The NYJavaSIG group will host a live and free event on August 26th with Cesar Hernandez and Rafael Guimaraes. … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #34 – Week of 8/17

Weekend Reading List #33 – Week of 8/10

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   Micronaut This is a series of articles from Otávio Santana about Micronaut. This article will guide us to build a Micronaut … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #33 – Week of 8/10

Weekend Reading List #32 – Week of 8/3

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   Spring Boot on GCP The NYJavaSIG will host a hands-on workshop with Ray Tsang on August 12th. The workshop will teach … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #32 – Week of 8/3

Weekend Reading List #31 – Week of 7/27

There is no more profitable investment than investing in yourself - Roy T. Bennett If you want to see your article featured here, reach out to me on Twitter or here on the blog.   Azure Pipelines for Absolute Beginners Mike Pfeiffer gave an intro to Azure Pipelines, where he discusses the basics of Azure … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #31 – Week of 7/27

Interview with a Java Champion – Jeanne Boyarsky

In this episode of the series "Interview with a Java Champion", I have spoken to Jeanne Boyarsky. Besides being a Java Champion, she's a speaker at major conferences, author of several books, moderator at Coderanch.com, NYJavaSIG Leader (First Java User Group ever created and largest in North America), and volunteer for the high-school robotics team. … Continue reading Interview with a Java Champion – Jeanne Boyarsky