Weekend Reading List #121 – Week of 4/25

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #121.  NYJavaSIG You can watch on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel the recording of the hands-on workshop with Andres Almiray on JReleaser. Follow the NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of future talks and hands-on workshops. Spring Batch on Kubernetes Learn how to do Efficient batch processing at scale in the article … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #121 – Week of 4/25

Weekend Reading List #120 – Week of 4/18

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #120.  NYJavaSIG Registrations are open to the hands-on workshop with Andres Almiray on JReleaser on April 27th. Follow the NYJavaSIG on Twitter to be notified of this and future events. Do you know that you can watch the recording of past presentations on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel? Kubernetes What's in Kubernetes that developers … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #120 – Week of 4/18

Weekend Reading List #116 – Week of 3/21

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #116.  NYJavaSIG Save the date. The next NYJavaSIG event will be on April 6th, and the topic is Add Zero Trust to Your Java Application, not your Network. Don't forget that you can watch the recording of past sessions on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Stay tuned to learn about registration, … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #116 – Week of 3/21

Weekend Reading List #114 – Week of 3/7

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #114.  NYJavaSIG On March 10th, the NYJavaSIG hosted Venkat Subramaniam, who substituted Ken Kousen, and presented Functional Programming in Java, Groovy, and Kotlin. You can watch the record on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Thank you Venkat, for your availability, and we are looking forward to having Ken Kousen at the NYJavaSIG on … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #114 – Week of 3/7

Weekend Reading List #113 – Week of 2/28

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #113.  NYJavaSIG Registrations are open. On March 10th, the NYJavaSIG will host Ken Kousen, who will present Functional Programming in Java, Groovy, and Kotlin. Follow the NYJavaSIG to be notified about this and future events. Don't forget that you can watch the record of past events on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.  Technical Speaker The … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #113 – Week of 2/28

Weekend Reading List #112 – Week of 2/21

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #112.  NYJavaSIG Save the date. On March 10th, we will be talking about functional programming. Follow the NYJavaSIG to be notified about this and future events. Don't forget that you can watch the record of past events on the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel.  Flight Recorder  Gunnar Morling explains the JDK Flight Recorder … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #112 – Week of 2/21

Weekend Reading List #97 – Week of 11/8

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #97.  NYJavaSIG If you missed the NYJavaSIG Quantum computing workshop with Barry Burd, you have the opportunity to watch the recording at the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Follow NYJavaSIG to participate in the next event and for a chance to be a raffle winner yourself. R2DBC and … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #97 – Week of 11/8

Weekend Reading List #96 – Week of 11/1

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #96.  NYJavaSIG If you missed the NYJavaSIG Quantum computing workshop with Barry Burd, you have the opportunity to watch the recording at the NYJavaSIG YouTube channel. Follow NYJavaSIG to participate in the next event and for a chance to be a raffle winner yourself. React, Spring … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #96 – Week of 11/1

Weekend Reading List #94 – Week of 10/18

Hello and welcome to the weekend reading list edition #94.  NYJavaSIG The next NYJavaSIG event will be on October 27th, and Barry Burd will give a hands-on workshop on Quantum computing for the Java developer. Registration is open, and a few seats are available. Follow NYJavaSIG to be notified of future events. Five lucky winners … Continue reading Weekend Reading List #94 – Week of 10/18