- The Story of the Twitter Attack
- Signs Your Software is Rotting
- StackOverflow cli
- Best of the JDK Feature Face-Off Results
- The journey of the world’s open source code to the Arctic
- GitHub Availability Report
- Introduction to Micronaut - Ultra Lightweight Java Microservices
- Launching docs.github.com
- ZGC: Using -XX:SoftMaxHeapSize
- Bottlerocket OS
The Story of the Twitter Attack
Several people involved in the events that took down Twitter this week spoke with The Times, giving the first account of what happened as a pursuit of Bitcoin spun out of control: Hackers Tell the Story of the Twitter Attack From the Inside
Signs Your Software is Rotting
In this article, Matt Belcher explores why software rot is an issue, outlines some tell-tale signs that your software is in decline, and some ways you can address it: Signs Your Software is Rotting
so is a terminal interface for StackOverflow written in Rust.
Best of the JDK Feature Face-Off Results
It’s been a long journey, with over 28k votes cast. But it's all led us to this moment...— Java (@java) July 10, 2020
Congrats to JDK Mission Control for being the winner of the Best of the JDK Feature Face-Off! 🏆Thanks to all who participated!
For the latest #MovedbyJava news: https://t.co/1Uoj9lhpJw pic.twitter.com/Yeb2VwVxX4
The journey of the world’s open source code to the Arctic
Over the last several months, our archive partners Piql, wrote 21TB of repository data to 186 reels of piqlFilm (digital photosensitive archival film).
Wait, what!? Photosensitive archival film??? Actually, it’s an awesome idea. :o GitHub Archive Program: the journey of the world’s open source code to the Arctic
GitHub Availability Report
On the first Wednesday of each month, GitHub will publish a report describing their availability, including a description of any incidents that may have occurred and update you on how they are evolving our engineering systems and practices in response: GitHub Availability Report
Introduction to Micronaut - Ultra Lightweight Java Microservices
Graeme Rocher, the creator of Micronaut and Grails, visits the NYJavaSIG and gives an introduction to Micronaut.
ZGC: Using -XX:SoftMaxHeapSize
In JDK 13 a new JVM option called
-XX:SoftMaxHeapSize=<size> was introduced. ZGC is so far the only garbage collector in HotSpot that supports this options, but work to also support it in G1 is ongoing. This option is relatively new, and perhaps not yet widely known, this article explains when and how to use it: ZGC | Using -XX:SoftMaxHeapSize
Bottlerocket is a free and open-source Linux-based operating system meant for hosting containers. Bottlerocket is currently in a developer preview phase.