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J-Spring Digital videos

At the start of the summer we organized J-Spring Digital instead of the physical J-Spring, because of COVID-19. It ended up in 4 days of premium Masterclasses. Since this was at the start of the summer we recognize that not everyone was able to attend. Therefore, we posted all the videos online! You can find sessions about Reactive by Oleh …

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J-Fall 2020 Call for Papers is geopend!

Tijdens J-Spring Digital is het aangekondigd: de Call for Papers applicatie voor het grootste Java evenement van Nederland is weer geopend! Voor J-Fall 2020 maken we gebruik van onze NLJUG Call for Papers applicatie. Heb je een interessant Java-gerelateerd verhaal dat je graag wilt delen met mede-NLJUG leden? Dien je paper dan nu in. Zo zorgen we samen voor een …

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Apache Arrow and Java: Lightning Speed Big Data Transfer

By its very nature, Big Data is too big to fit on a single machine. Datasets need to be partitioned across multiple machines. Each partition is assigned to one primary machine, with optional backup assignments. Hence, every machine holds multiple partitions. Most big data frameworks use a random strategy for assigning partitions to machines. If each computation job uses one …

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WebAssembly Used by Java-to-Web Compiler CheerpJ 2.0 to Port Java Applications to Browsers

LeaningTech recently released the second major iteration of CheerpJ. CheerpJ 2.0 may convert Java applications into a mix of HTML, WebAssembly and JavaScript, so that developers can run Java applications (including applets) in browsers or integrate Java libraries into web applications. CheerpJ 2.0 uses WebAssembly to improve runtime speed. By: Bruno Zouriol | InfoQ. CheerpJ 2.0 provides a full (100% of …

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How to Notarize a Mac Application with Liberica JDK using javapackager

One of the main global trends in IT is the safety of users and preventing the spread of malicious programs, but at the same time, it greatly complicates the life of developers. There are different approaches to solving the issue associated with software security. The most common is the use of an antivirus tool by scanning a computer for malware. …

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J-Spring Digital is coming!

Make sure you get your spot for the first edition of J-Spring Digital! Four days of Java mayhem are coming next week! From the 23rd to the 26st of June every day between 16:00 and 18:00, you will get masterclasses by the greatest Java gurus. To finish it up we will be doing a NLJUG pubquiz in which you can …

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Kotlin – Asynchronous streams

Two weeks ago, Xebia organized an online Meetup about Kotlin. In the meetup we showed how Kotlin’s coroutines take away much of the headache when writing asynchronous code from the application developer. In this series of blog posts we show what a positive effect Kotlin’s coroutines have for the library developer. Specifically, we look at the difference between asynchronous streaming …

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GitHub Protips, tricks, hacks and secrets revealed

by: Vitor Monteiro | GitHub.blog GitHub’s Strategic Architect Vitor Monteiro has selected a few tips and tricks over the years. As someone who has been using GitHub for 10 years, he knows which tips might be useful to you. Lots of these hidden secrets, shortcuts, hacks can make your GitHub experience more productive, but also entertaining. Magic Markdown tables ✨ …

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GitHub makes its core tools free for all development teams

GitHub has given developers a welcome helping hand during these difficult times by making its core tools free. By: Ryan Daws | TechForge Media. Organisations can now make private repositories without paying any fees. Previously, even small teams would’ve had to pay for a premium membership starting from $7/month. Last year, GitHub made private repositories available for free users but …

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