Last Java Weekly of 2019 – let's jump right in here 🙂

1. Spring and Java

>> Java 14 Is in Feature-Freeze and Release Rampdown []

Now that the release process has begun, learn which JEPs made the cut.

>> Getting to Know Deep Java Library (DJL) []

A nice overview of Amazon's engine-agnostic machine learning toolkit for Java.

>> The best way to prevent JPA and Hibernate performance issues []

And see how FetchType.LAZY can prevent superfluous and inefficient queries in a @ManyToOne mapping.

Also worth reading:

Webinars and presentations:

Time to upgrade:

2. Technical

>> Concurrency and Automatic Conflict Resolution []

A comparison of two common approaches for resolving conflicts in concurrent applications.

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3. Musings

>> Assess Quality, Don’t Measure It []

And though they're nice to have, quality metrics are no substitute for a subjective assessment of quality.

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4. Comics

>> Worst Idea Ever []

>> Wally Uses Deep Fake []

>> Ship Without Manual []

5. Pick of the Week

>> 5 Principles for Making Better Life Decisions []

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