Weekend Reading List #110 – Week of 2/7

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #110.  NYJavaSIG The NYJavaSIG hosted Catalin Tudose on February 8th, presenting Spring Data REST. You can watch the record on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Don't forget to follow the group on Twitter to be notified about future events.  Deep Learning In this video, Zoran Severac shows how to create Deep Learning using Java and Deep … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #110 – Week of 2/7

Weekend Reading List #109 – Week of 1/31

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #109.  NYJavaSIG Save the date. The NYJavaSIG will host Catalin Tudose on February 8th, presenting Spring Data REST. Follow the group on Twitter to be notified about registration and future events. Don't forget that you can watch previous presentations on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Java 17 This week, the Java Café 9 by José … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #109 – Week of 1/31

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 #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