Weekend Reading List #106 – Week of 1/10

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #106.  NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG hosted the Java Champion Ana Mihalceanu talking about Cloud Native Resiliency Patterns from the Ground Up. You can watch the recording on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Java Trends Report Michael Redlich and Ben Evans wrote the Java InfoQ Trends Report—December 2021. Java's Plans for 2022 Nicolai Parlog talks about the updates to … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #106 – Week of 1/10

Weekend Reading List #103 – Week of 12/20

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #103.  Happy Holidays Happy holidays to all of you that contribute to this space by creating content, sending suggestions, or reading it. NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG is taking a break in December, but in January, we will be back with the Java Champion Ana Mihalceanu. If you follow … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #103 – Week of 12/20

Weekend Reading List #92 – Week of 10/4

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #92.  NYJavaSIG Save the date, the next event will be on October 13th, and Aaron Wanjala will present Kubernetes for the Java developer. Don't forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified and maybe be one of the lucky winners of our raffles.  Java Is Still Free … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #92 – Week of 10/4

Weekend Reading List #90 – Week of 9/20

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #90.  NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG had a great event this week with the Java Champion Simon Ritter about OpenJDK 17. If you missed it, you can watch the recording on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. There will be two events in October, so don't forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #90 – Week of 9/20

Weekend Reading List #89 – Week of 9/13

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #89. NYJavaSIG I hope you are having a great (and safe) summer. Do you know that you can watch on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel thousands of hours of content from previous sessions? All kinds of content, your favorite speakers one click away from you. Since you're … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #89 – Week of 9/13

Weekend Reading List #78 – Week of 6/21

Welcome to edition #78. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG If you missed the Quarkus World Tour, stay tuned to the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel, where his and past events recordings are available. Follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of the following events. API Observability The article Derric Gilling from gives an introduction to API Observability. Minecraft As … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #78 – Week of 6/21

Weekend Reading List #77 – Week of 6/14

Welcome to edition #77. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Registrations will open soon to the next event on June 22nd - Quarkus World Tour. Follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified about the registration and next events Java 17 The blog from Ben Evans gives us a peek into Java 17. Spring Data JPA  … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #77 – Week of 6/14

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 #63 – Week of 3/8

Welcome to edition #63. I hope you enjoy it! NYJavaSIG Andres Almiray presented Layrry and the Java Module System to the NYJavaSIG. There was also a raffle of JetBrains licenses and Agile Learner subscription. The video is available on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.   Records Serialization In episode 14 of the Inside Java podcast, Julia Boes and Chris … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #63 – Week of 3/8

Interview with a Java Champion – Edson Yanaga

Hello, Java community. I'm starting a new blog series named Interview with a Java Developer. In the first episode, I had the honor to talk to Edson Yanaga (@yanaga). He's the Director of Developer Experience at RedHat, Java Champion, Microsoft MVP among others. Check the video below where we talk about technology, career and of course Quarkus. Hope you … Continue reading Interview with a Java Champion – Edson Yanaga