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Computer with code New JVM and Other Libs Features in Java 15

Each new version of the OpenJDK (Java Developer Kit) includes some language features and some non-language JVM (Java Virtual Machine), core-libs, and other libs-related features. Here, we’ll discuss some of the non-language new features in the upcoming OpenJDK 15.

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Virtual event Getting the Most from a Virtual Event

Virtual events do have value, but in order to get that value, you need to treat them with the same reverence you would a physical event.  Here are a few suggestions on how to do that.

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Flowing Water Using Pipelines for CI/CD

Continuous integration and continuous deployment have become very important in the daily workflow of building a product to production. We take a look at the stages necessary to have a well-functioning CI/CD pipeline.

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3 3 Serverless Strategies to Look for in 2021

In this article, we examine the three serverless applications deployment and development approaches that are transforming the application development process and acting as a catalyst for fast adoption of the DevOps practice across the board.

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Frustrated Customer And Now a Word from (One of) Your Customers…

A plea to software product owners to avoid adding buggy features or making capricious changes to your GUI. Quality matters, remember?

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Records Records in Java 14 for Concise Data Carriers

In this article, we explore a preview language feature in Java 14 that improves the design of data carriers, making them simple, concise, and agile.

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Pattern Pattern Matching in Java 14 Adds Simplicity

In this article, we discuss a Java feature created to make Java easier, the instanceof operator, which is used to test if an object is a certain type.

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Disaster Your Project Might Be in Trouble If...

 As I start my fifth decade working on projects, primarily in the IT and software development space, I wanted to share some patterns I have observed that suggest a project is in trouble, Jeff Foxworthy style.

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