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Java Weekly, Issue 207
This week, a lot of Java 9, reports from SpringOne, and a cool comparison of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes.
Java Weekly, Issue 206
This week, some Kotlin, some Java 9, and a lengthy musing about conference speaking.
Java Weekly, Issue 205
Surprisingly, not much Java 9 but JUnit 5, a cool writeup about monads, and some good musings about software developer's career.
Java Weekly, Issue 204
This week a lot of excitement about Java 10, Kotlin, and Hibernate.
Java Weekly, Issue 203
This week Kotlin, a lot of Hibernate and videos from KotlinConf and Devoxx.
Java Weekly, Issue 202
We're starting to talk about Java 10, Spring Boot 2 is almost here, and Hibernate is just as popular. An interesting week in the Java ecosystem.
Java Weekly, Issue 201
This week - among others - more Java 9, upcoming Java features, and benchmarking Bean Validation implementations.
Java Weekly, Issue 200
Unsurprisingly, a lot of Java 9 this week, a JMH introduction, Spring Cloud, and a bit of Hibernate. Oh, and we're at issue 200 :)
Java Weekly, Issue 199
This week was focused on migration guides (Java 9, Microservices). Also, some interesting presentations on RxJava and the blockchain technology.
Java Weekly, Issue 198
Java 9 is out in the wild, JUnit 5 is going strong and builds need to be as immutable as possible. A good week overall.
Java Weekly, Issue 197
Naturally, a lot of Java-9-related write-ups, Spring 5 is finally out, and a cool article about heritage being a justification for weirdest technical decisions.
Java Weekly, Issue 196
This week, naturally, some Java 9 but also an interesting Java performance analysis, new security protocol, and a new Hibernate-related open-source project.

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