From Hexagonal Architectures to Data Oriented Programming--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #283 airhacks.fm episode with Jose Paumard (@JosePaumard) about:
the cost of changing code, hexagonal architecture, decoupling, and Object Oriented Programming vs Data Oriented Programming in Java
is available for

TornadoVM, Paravox.ai: Java, AI, LLMs and Hardware Acceleration--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #281 airhacks.fm episode with Juan Fumero (@snatverk) about:
Integrating LLVMs running on accelerated hardware with Java and TornadoVMs and the Java / AI startup: paravox.ai
is available for

Java and eBPF--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #281 airhacks.fm episode with Johannes Bechberger (@parttimen3rd) about:
Developing eBPF programs with Java and migrating Python tooling to Java with Project Panama
is available for

OIDC, WASM, Java as Windows Service, Secrets Management, Authentication, Eclipse Store, Event Bridge--119th airhacks.tv

The 2024.2 / 119th edition of airhacks.tv with the following topics:

  1. Authentication with Quarkus using OpenID Connect
  2. The complexity of OpenID Connect
  3. Proposing new Java features
  4. Comparing Quarkus with Open Liberty and Helidon
  5. WASM and Java isolation techniques
  6. Running Java programs as Windows services
  7. Persisting data with Eclipse Microstream
  8. Microstream vs. relational databases
  9. Tools for generating architecture diagrams
  10. Clustering, Consistency and Scalability
  11. Managing secrets on AWS
  12. Events routing vs data streaming on AWS

Discussed technologies:

Quarkus, Open Liberty, Helidon, Eclipse MicroProfile, Tanuki, OpenID Connect, OAuth, AWS CodeArtifact, AWS EventBridge, AWS Kinesis, HashiCorp Vault, DynamoDB, S3, Postgres, Keycloak, Cognito, Microstream, Eclipse Store, DrawIO, MagicDraw, PlantUML, yUML, Lucidcharts

Any questions left? Ask now: gist.github.com/AdamBien/fbf7291d3af942be1c92f163564d0e9c and get the answers at the next airhacks.tv. Some questions are also answered with a short video: 60 seconds or less with Java

See you every first Monday of the month at https://airhacks.tv 8pm CET (UTC+1:00). Show is also announced at: meetup.com/airhacks.

Are you nice? :-) Then checkout: the airhacks discord server

WASM, Java as Windows Service, Uncanny Valley, Secrets Management, Authentication, Staging--Questions for 119th airhacks.tv

Questions and topics for the 119th airhacks.tv:

  1. WASM vs. Java restrictions and isolation
  2. Java as Windows Service
  3. How to propose new Java features
  4. How to draw architectural diagrams--the uncanny valley
  5. How to deal with secrets in the cloud (...People tend to feel comfortable with some cloud provided vault that gives you environment variables that I believe is quite promiscuous as anybody can issue an env command and see them all...) from: discord.gg/airhacks
  6. The time machine: relevant questions from the 19th airhacks.tv (2015):
    Practices for securing 3rd-party API credentials, Is it really needed for a professional java developer to read a whole book on IDE? Or a beginner to spend so much time to understand an IDE rather than focusing on the language?, Can be something 6.4x more productive than Java EE?, How to implement authentication in Java EE applications?, ResourceBundle injection in Java EE, What are JavaBeans, Enterprise JavaBeans, ManagedBeans and BackingBeans?, Staging Java EE applications with docker, Pros and Cons of EJBs and clustering, Encapsulation violation: with or without DTOs, Thoughts on TDD

Ask questions during the show via twitter mentioning me: https://twitter.com/AdamBien (@AdamBien),using the hashtag: #airhacks or built-in chat at: airhacks.tv. You can join the Q&A session live each first Monday of month, 8 P.M at airhacks.tv

Any questions left? Ask now: gist.github.com/AdamBien/fe338c0d125676255c5cfc4f0dc5dea8 and get the answers at the next airhacks.tv. Some questions are also answered with a short video: 60 seconds or less with Java

Virtual Threads and Scoped Values with Jose--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #280 airhacks.fm episode with Jose Paumard (@JosePaumard) about:
Project Loom, virtual threads, structured concurrency, scope values, debugging reactive code, replacing thread locals, running same code in serverless or threaded environments
is available for

Java, Continuations and How Rife Happened--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #279 airhacks.fm episode with Geert Bevin (@gbevin) about:
creating the Rife web framework with continuations in Java, refactoring to Java 17 and Java's productivity
is available for

First Events and Conferences in 2024

  1. Voxxed Days CERN: Serverless Java #slideless
    a nearly slideless session Voxxed Days CERN CERN Geneva 23 Jan 2024
  2. OOP conference : Enterprise Serverless Monoliths – Or Stay On-Premise
    a nearly slideless session OOP conference Munich 1 Feb 2024
  3. live streaming Q & A show: 119th airhacks.tv Q & A live streaming [online event]
    I'm answering questions live and from https://gist.github.com/AdamBien/fe338c0d125676255c5cfc4f0dc5dea8 5 Feb 2024
  4. JAX conference: EJB Developer? Dann aber auch Enterprise-Serverless-Java-AWS-Lambda-Experte
    a nearly slideless session JAX conference Rheingoldhalle Mainz 24 Apr 2024
  5. JAX Conference: YAML-less, Config-less, Boilerplate-less, Serverless Enterprise Java #slideless
    a nearly slideless session JAX Conference Rheingoldhalle Mainz 24 Apr 2024

Java at Azul: The Interesting Features--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #278 airhacks.fm episode with Gerrit Grunwald (@hansolo_) about:
the state of Java desktop applications and the interesting features of Azul's Java
is available for

Project Babylon--airhacks.fm podcast

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The #277 airhacks.fm episode with Paul Sandoz (@paulsandoz) about:
Code Reflection, Code Model, JNI 2.0 or integrating Java with GPUs using Project Babylon
is available for

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