Weekend Reading List #76 – Week of 6/7

Welcome to edition #76. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG had an exceptional event on June 9th. They had the lightning talks with aspiring speakers from the tri-state area (Elena Felder, Janeice DelVecchio, Erik Kariyev, Mike Redlich, and Hui Min Wu), followed by the internationally recognized Java, career, and community expert Bruno Souza. … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #76 – Week of 6/7

Weekend Reading List #75 – Week of 5/31

Welcome to edition #75. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The next NYJavaSIG event on June 9th will be exceptional. We'll have the first series of lightning talks with aspiring speakers from the tri-state area, followed by the internationally recognized Java, career, and community expert Bruno Souza. Registrations are open on Eventbrite. Serverless Apps With … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #75 – Week of 5/31

Weekend Reading List #74 – Week of 5/24

Welcome to edition #74. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Thanks to Andres Almiray for staying up so late and for the fantastic Layrry hands-on workshop delivered to the NYJavaSIG members. If you missed the event, remember that all NYJavaSIG events are available on Youtube. The next event will happen on June 9th is a … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #74 – Week of 5/24

Weekend Reading List #73 – Week of 5/17

Welcome to edition #73. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Registration is open for the next NYJavaSIG event on May 13th. This time, Hands-on-Workshop about Layrry with the Java Champion Andres Almiray. Registration is open on the NYJavaSIG website, and there limited spots available. Hurry up! IntelliJ Plugins This week, Sirisha Pratha presented a webinar, … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #73 – Week of 5/17

Weekend Reading List #72 – Week of 5/10

Welcome to edition #72. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG had a great event yesterday, May 13th, about JBang with Max Andersen. If you couldn't attend, the recording is available on the NYJavaSIG Youtube channel. Still in May, the NYJavaSIG will have a Hands-on-Workshop. Stay tuned. Java Performance And Instrumentation We all know … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #72 – Week of 5/10

Weekend Reading List #71 – Week of 5/3

Welcome to edition #71. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Registration is open for the next NYJavaSIG event on May 13th. The topic is JBang, a better way to run Java applications, with Max Andersen. More information at the NYJavaSIG website. Kubernetes The article from Rancher covers The Three Pillars of Kubernetes Container Orchestration: Resource … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #71 – Week of 5/3

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 #69 – Week of 4/19

Welcome to edition #69. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG I hope you enjoyed the Practical Introduction to FXGL talk by Almas Baimagambetov at the NYJavaSIG. If you missed it, you could watch the recording on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Java Is Criminally Underhyped If you missed this article on your timeline this week, read it. It's … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #69 – Week of 4/19

Weekend Reading List #68 – Week of 4/12

Welcome to edition #68. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Registration is now open at the NYJavaSIG website to the Practical Introduction to FXGL talk by Almas Baimagambetov. It will take place on April 22nd at noon (EDT time). The presentation from Frank Liu, creator of Deep Java Library (DJL), an open-source library to develop Deep … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #68 – Week of 4/12

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