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Episode 91. OracleJDK? OpenJDK?, Zulu? Corretto? So many!

So just in case you didn’t know, but being a Java developer is as fun as ever! The ecosystem has been changing from the past year, and today, we...

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Episode 90. Let’s get Recording (AND VIDEO!)

Java 14 is out! And with it, we now have a preview of Java Records! We go over this newfangled feature… and get this… we finally did it! We...

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Episode 89. Kubernetes! (Oh container orchestration)

You heard it going around, everybody is talking about Kubernetes, and Minikube, when using Docker, and CLI. It’s like a foreign language! While we know Java very well, with...

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Episode 88. Logging! (An Interview w/Renaud from DataDog)

One of the first things that you learn to appreciate when you transition programming from hobby to a way of life is to find a good way to troubleshoot...

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Episode 87. Ok, it’s time to get Reactive!

It’s that Streaming-new-deal that has been taken over the web world, Reactive! You’ve heard about it, and maybe even tried to learn it a couple of times but find...

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Episode 86. Move Over Slow Startup times, GraalVM…IS…HERE. (and cross-language support, and less memory footprint…)

Oh my! This episode is going to be one of our favorites. There are times where the Java ecosystem delivers something incredibly interesting (InvokeDynamic, Lambdas, Streams, Kotlin), and this...

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Freddy Guime

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Programmer, amateur musician. Always interested in how software work, and what makes it tick. Loves performance, multi-threading and exploring new and exciting user interfaces.

Bob Paulin

Show Host

Thinker-doer. Consultant. Apache Software Foundation Member, Contributor to Apache Tika and Apache Felix. Always looking for the best solution to a consulting problem. 

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