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 #70 – Week of 4/26

Welcome to edition #70. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Save the date. The next NYJavaSIG meeting is on May 13th on JBang, a better way to run Java applications, with Max Andersen. I hope you enjoyed the Practical Introduction to FXGL talk by Almas Baimagambetov at the NYJavaSIG. If you missed it, you could … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #70 – Week of 4/26

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