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Java Web Weekly, Issue 173
An interesting week focused on testing, Java 9 and Spring Boot.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 172
A rather quick review this week, but definitely full of interesting reads, starting with the impact of Java 9 on some tools to the performance of logging frameworks.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 171
A Kotlin heavy week, with some interesting testing and QA writeups in the mix. A good week overall.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 170
A quick review this week, with some very interesting writeups, from the deprecation of finalization in Java to a balanced way to look at the modularization of a system.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 169
A diverse week starting with Java 9, through a look at the Open-Closed principle and finishing up with a fantastic review of browser caching.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 168
Lots of interesting writeups on Java 9 this week. Here we go… 1. Spring and Java >> Troubleshooting Memory Issues in[...]
Java Web Weekly, Issue 167
Lots of Spring releases this week, along with some solid Java 9 articles looking at what's coming (very soon) with that release. A diverse and solid week.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 166
The last milestone of Spring 5 before RCs, an exploration of removing the GC on the JVM and a new generation of tools built for microservices. Quite an interesting week.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 165
Upcoming Java 9 goodness, an ElasticSearch handy cheat-sheet and a cool example of evolving a mature framework. Good stuff all round this week.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 164
From signing a Spring Boot jar to a new multi-release jar feature in Java 9 - with a short stop to look at some solid habits developers should work on - a great week.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 163
Quite a full week in the Java ecosystem - starting with a hands-on guide on the upcoming module system, improvements to the new Time APIs and news about MicroProfile.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 162
Java 9 is starting to squash bugs, Spring Data gets a new release along with support for Cassandra 3 support and we're discussing the Elvis operator for Java.

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