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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.
Java Weekly, Issue 195
This week was focused on the Java 9 release and multiple Spring ecosystem updates.
Java Weekly, Issue 194
A solid week, starting with writing the first test cases using JUnit 5, RxJava tips, multiple Java EE updates, and an interesting guide to NoSQL.
Java Weekly, Issue 193
Lots of interesting writeups on Java 9 this week. Here we go… 1. Spring and Java >> Java to Move[...]
Java Weekly, Issue 192
Java 9 is very close, and so is JUnit 5. A lot of interesting writeups this week in the Java ecosystem.
Java Weekly, Issue 191
A full week both with the new launch I'm running, but also some very interesting stuff happening in the Java EE ecosystem.
Java Weekly, Issue 190
Kotlin and Clojure are picking up steam, Gatling is definitely both cool and useful, and developers understanding the business is, as always, key. A good week.
Java Weekly, Issue 189
This week was focused on the functional paradigm that's making its way to both the Java and Spring ecosystem.
Java Weekly, Issue 188
A Spring 5 focused week for sure, but definitely some good writeups beyond the Spring ecosystem.
Java Weekly, Issue 187
This week was firing on all cylinders when it comes to new releases - the JDK, Spring, Hibernate and a number of other products good shiny new versions out.

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