Weekend Reading List #80 – Week of 7/5

Welcome to edition #80. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Stay tuned on NYJavaSIG Twitter to be notified of future events and how to register for the hands-on workshop with Sirisha Pratha, where you'll learn how to create IntelliJ plugins. Join us. Pattern Switch An interesting article from Nicolai Parlog suggests that by using sealed classes and switches with … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #80 – Week of 7/5

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 #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 #57 – Week of 1/25

Welcome to edition #57 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.   Pattern Matching Pattern Matching was a preview feature on Java 14 and will become permanent on … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #57 – Week of 1/25