- The Start menu is 25 years old
- The Linux Kernel is 29 years old
- Java in 2020
- Inside Java 15: Fourteen JEPs in five buckets
- Finalizing in JDK 16: Pattern matching for instanceof
- Creating Efficient Docker Images with Spring Boot 2.3
- Config file processing in Spring Boot 2.4
- Java Pub House 92. Not your Grandpa’s Serialization!
- Architecture Playbook
- My terminal became more Rusty
The Start menu is 25 years old
On August 24, 1995, #Windows95 was launched, introducing the iconic Start menu. Over the past 25 years, Windows has continued to evolve. Join us in taking a look back at this evolution: https://t.co/38EOKpXFGo pic.twitter.com/n1uwmj1XEN— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) August 24, 2020
The Linux Kernel is 29 years old
29 years is 348 months or 1513 weeks or 10,593 incredible days since @Linus__Torvalds publicly announced the Linux kernel in a Usenet posting. It's unbelievable how that has changed the world. Thank you, #Linus and happy #birthday, Linux kernel! #linuxkernel #changetheworld #foss pic.twitter.com/FtEYzmOoJb— Linux Professional Institute (LPI) (@LPIConnect) August 25, 2020
Java in 2020
An article about the state of Java in 2020 authored by Manish Gupta (VP Java and GraalVM Product Marketing).
Inside Java 15: Fourteen JEPs in five buckets
Hidden classes, sealed classes, text blocks, records, and EdDSA: There’s lots of goodness in Java 15: Fourteen JEPs in five buckets.
Finalizing in JDK 16: Pattern matching for instanceof
In JDK 16, pattern matching for instanceof is planned to be finalized.
Creating Efficient Docker Images with Spring Boot 2.3
This article explains those few things related to image creation that changed between the first milestone of Spring Boot 2.3 and the GA release.
Config file processing in Spring Boot 2.4
Spring Boot 2.4.0.M2 has just been released, and it brings with it some interesting changes to the way that
application.yml files are loaded.
Java Pub House 92. Not your Grandpa’s Serialization!
This playbook has an extensive list of open tools available for creating your IT architecture or design. Using these open tools will speed up the process of creating your architecture deliverables and reduce your risks.
My terminal became more Rusty
A fast terminal setup with fast tools to speed up productivity: My terminal became more Rusty