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Java’s next chapter
Java 10was the first release in Oracle’s new six-month cycle and, as Simon Ritter, Deputy CTO at Azul Systems said in aninterviewearlier this year, this release is the fastest in Java’s 23-year history. Now we’re justone month awayfromJava 11so it’s not far-fetched to say that Java’s new chapter is exciting.
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Inside this issue
Begin your Java exploration: Advice and resources
“Java is designed to get the job done”
Interview with Peter Lawrey and Simon Ritter
What if you released a JDK and nobody used it?
Seven ways to capture Java heap dumps
How to handle structs in Java like a pro
The DevOps cookbook
GitOps, Jenkins, and Jenkins X
Event Sourcing and the GDPR
Architecting a Blockchain solution
“GraphQL is not an alternative to ‘real’ REST services”
Interview with Christian Schwendtner
Conquer your public speaking fears
Diversity talk: Change is slow
How well do you know your Deeplearning4j trivia?
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