Every conference has several talks about these technologies, and on Foojay, you can find multiple posts about it. Let’s take a look at it from the Java point of view.
Foojay Podcast #28: Java 21 Has Arrived!
Since 2018, we get a new version of Java every 6 months. And version 21, released during today, is a long-term support version that can be used for many years.
Foojay Podcast #27: Chicago JUG and KUG
Since December last year, the Foojay podcast virtually visited a Java User Group monthly. And this time, we are in Chicago to learn from the Java and Kotlin user groups.
Foojay Podcast #26: The Future of Source Control and CI/CD
We have seen evolutions from CVS to Subversion to Git. Is this the endpoint? Did we find the holy grail? What evolutions are waiting for us?
Foojay Podcast #25: Game Development with Java, JavaFX, and FXGL
Let’s learn from experts why Java and JavaFX should be on your game-development-language-list!
Foojay Podcast #24: BeJUG, BruJUG and how Devoxx was born as JavaPolis
The Foojay Java User Group World Tour has already brought us all over the world. In this episode, the host decided to stay at home in Belgium!
Foojay Podcast #23: Java Profiling and Performance
There are challenges with Java profiling, and the need for profiling depends on application complexity and performance requirements.
Foojay Podcast #22: When Profession and Fun Overlap
Let’s talk to volunteers from different organizations where coding is used to inspire children to become engineers.
Foojay Podcast #21: Brazil SouJava JUG and How to Grow your Developer Career
SouJava, the Brazil JUG, was founded in 1999, is recognized as the world’s largest Java User Group with 40,000 members.
Foojay Podcast #20: Functional Programming, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
Functional programming: you either love it or you hate it. But it is a trade-off. So for today, let’s focus on the good, the bad, the ugly!
Foojay Podcast #19: How Working For Free For Fun Brought Me Fame and Fortune – Or At Least Some Of Each – In The End
Many developers spend a lot of their time on side projects. It’s an opportunity to learn new techniques and get involved in communities. But sometimes it can also lead to a new job.