Java Weekly

The Java world is evolving at a rapid pace and it can be challenging to keep track of it. Fortunately lots of great resources are created every week, explaining new features or looking at existing stuff from a different angle.

I am using the Java Weekly series to collect the most interesting links I found during the last week and present them to you all in one place. Make sure to follow me on twitter to get even more links and updates during the week.

Most Recent Java Weeklies:

 

Java Weekly 105: Logging, Java EE 8 & Dependency Injection

with a proposed change to the JVM code cache, logging frameworks in popular Java projects, the next step for Java EE 8, managed contexts in CDI and more…

 

Java Weekly 104: JUnit 5, the JCP and Hazelcast with CDI

with missing features in the Stream API, integrating Hazelcast with CDI, delivering software on time, open source performance monitoring tools and more…

 

Java Weekly 103: Garbage collection, CDI 2.0 and productivity

with an introduction to Java’s IntegerCache, libraries to convert PDFs, creating modern applications with CDI 2.0, developer productivity tips and more…

 

Java Weekly 102: CDI performance, AoT compilation & JPA

with a proposal for AoT compilation, an introduction to Dropwizard, CDI performance tuning tips, a talk about High-Performance Java EE and more…

 

Java Weekly 101: Valhalla Goals, JDK9 schedule and dynamic APIs

with the goals of Valhalla, a new JDK9 schedule, the 20th birthday of deprecation in Java, the design of dynamic APIs, how to implement a debugger and more…

 

Java Weekly 100: RegExp, MVC and Microservices

with a guide to regular expressions in Java, the results of the Java EE vs. Spring survey, a comment on MVC, designing evolvable systems and more…

 

Java Weekly 41/16: JDK9, Weld Tips, MVC and DB Optimizers

with a Weld logging tip, the 2nd part of understanding DI, securing JAX-RS with JSon Web Tokens, a comment on MVC , optimizing DB for statistics and more…

 

Java Weekly 40/16: Warm-up, JDBC Batching and MicroProfile

with a detailed look at the JVM warmup process, a concurrency puzzle, defining the JDBC batch sizes and the future of the MicroProfile and more…

 

Java Weekly 39/16: JavaOne, Java EE schedule, JDK9 changes

with recorded JavaOne sessions, a guide to internationalization, private interface methods in Java 9, the new Java EE roadmap, an intro to JMS and more…

 

Java Weekly 38/16: Apache Netbeans, Java 9 delay, MicroProfile 1.0

with NetBean’s transfer to Apache, improved CompletableFuture in Java 9, delay of Java 9, the MicroProfile 1.0 release, time zones with Hibernate and more…

 

 

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