Java Developer Newsletter - November 2019
Java Developer Newsletter
November 2019
Latest Release
JDK 13.0.1 Release Available
Start testing your applications with JDK 13

Download: https://jdk.java.net/13/
Release Notes: https://jdk.java.net/13/release-notes
Documentation: https://docs.oracle.com/en/java/javase/13/index.html

Features:
350: Dynamic CDS Archives
351: ZGC: Uncommit Unused Memory
353: Reimplement the Legacy Socket API
354: Switch Expressions (Preview)
355: Text Blocks (Preview)
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Articles
bullet Getting Started with Kubernetes
by Jesse Butler
bullet GraalVM: Native Images in Containers 
by Oleg Šelajev
bullet Node JS Application Running on GraalVM – Interoperating with Java, Python, R and More
by Lucas Jellema
bullet  Java Heap Sizing in a Container: Quickly and Easily
by Vivek Thakur
bullet As a Matter of Factory, Factories Matter
by Donald Raab
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News
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bullet Devoxx 2019: Java, Java and more JAVA!
by Sharat Chander
bullet Start Java Programming Like a Pro - Your Best Plan to Avoid Mistakes in Learning
by Eva Chase
bullet Overview of Java Stream API Extensions
by Piotr Mińkowski
bullet Is Java slow? Compared to C++, It's Faster Than You Think
by Cameron McKenzie
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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Java and Didn’t Know Whom to Ask
Videos
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Java and Didn’t Know Whom to Ask
by Bruno Souza
In this session recorded at Oracle Code One 2019, Java Champion Bruno Souza leads a panel of Java experts in responding to audience questions. 
Java Concurrency, A(nother) Peek Under the Hood
Java Concurrency, A(nother) Peek Under the Hood
By David Buck
David Buck, a JVM engineer working for Oracle on HotSpot, delivers his most popular presentation, recorded at Oracle Code One 2019
Java Modules: Why and How?
Java Modules: Why and How?
by Dr. Venkat Subramaniam
Dr. Venkat Venkat Subramaniam, President, Agile Developer, Inc., explains why Java modules are the future, and explores the challenges that presents. 
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