Weekend Reading List #85 – Week of 8/16

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #85. 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 #85 – Week of 8/16

Weekend Reading List #83 – Week of 8/2

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #83. NYJavaSIG Stay tuned, and don't forget to follow NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of future events. Our next presentation will be on August 11th with Billy Korando, and he will talk about automated testing (JUnit 5, Mockito, TestContainers, and more). You can register here. … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #83 – Week of 8/2

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

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

Records – JEP 359

It's frequently that when writing our code, we end up writing "data" classes(POJO). Classes with several properties, getters and setters, equals, hash code, toString and nothing else. Of course, all the code can be generated by the IDE and more recently Lombok but they are still required and are one of the reasons for Java be … Continue reading Records – JEP 359