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Java Weekly, Issue 182
A solid week, starting with a number of significant Spring milestones, the Servlet 4 spec (finally) and an interesting intro to Gatling.
Java Weekly, Issue 181
Lots of interesting writeups on Java 9 this week. Here we go… 1. Spring and Java >> Cleaner Parameterized Tests With JUnit[...]
Java Web Weekly, Issue 180
New immutable collections in Java, a look at caching and CDNs, and a very interesting discussion about microservices and decomposition. Really solid week.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 179
Definitely some interesting writeups this week, all about building microservice architectures, managing an organization well as the CIO, and doing work on legacy code.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 178
A light week with some fantastic writeups, from the No vote for Jigsaw, on to Hibernate with PostgreSQL, to a deep dive into the disadvantages of microservice architecture.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 177
An eventful week after the Jigsaw vote, lots of new stuff on the horizon and of course my releases of the new Certification classes.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 176
An eventful week in the Java ecosystem, with the negative vote for Jigsaw and lots of solid writeups about Java 9 and the upcoming Spring 5.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 175
An extensive week chock-full of interesting writeups and Java 9 news.
Java Web Weekly, Issue 174
This week was chock-full of interesting writeups, from JUnit 5 to Java 9 and plans for Java 10.
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.

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