Java’s next chapter
Java 10 was the first release in Oracle’s new six-month cycle and, as Simon Ritter, Deputy CTO at Azul Systems said in an interview earlier this year, this release is the fastest in Java’s 23-year history. Now we’re just one month away from Java 11 so it’s not far-fetched to say that Java’s new chapter is exciting.
If Java is unfamiliar territory for you or you are migrating from another language to Java, the first article should help you understand what you need and what you don’t. Then Simon Ritter goes over the current state and future directions for the Java platform and Ram Lakshmanan explores seven different options to capture heap dumps. If you don’t know how to handle structs in Java, we’ve got you covered.
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Inside this issue
Begin your Java exploration: Advice and resources
“Java is designed to get the job done”
Interview with Peter Lawrey and Simon Ritter
What if you released a JDK and nobody used it?
Seven ways to capture Java heap dumps
How to handle structs in Java like a pro
The DevOps cookbook
GitOps, Jenkins, and Jenkins X
Event Sourcing and the GDPR
Architecting a Blockchain solution
“GraphQL is not an alternative to ‘real’ REST services”
Interview with Christian Schwendtner
Conquer your public speaking fears
Diversity talk: Change is slow
How well do you know your Deeplearning4j trivia?
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