Java Annotated Monthly – July 2020

Posted on by Trisha Gee

I’m finishing off this newsletter while also hosting the JetBrains Technology Day for Java, so this newsletter is sadly too late for you to join the live stream! But, you’re in luck, because the videos will be available to view on YouTube by the end of the month. However, just because we were busy with this event doesn’t mean the rest of the world stopped. You can find a summary of the interesting Java, JVM and community news here in your July Java Annotated Monthly.

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Java News

Some general Java and Java-related news

Java Tutorials & Tips

Languages, Frameworks, Libraries and Technologies

Culture & Community

As usual, a mix of stuff I think we should all care about. If we want to create things that change people’s lives, we need to understand about people’s lives.

Developer Advocacy / DevRel

Not surprisingly, I read a lot about developer advocacy-type topics as well as developer/coder topics. This month I found a bunch of interesting articles, which may be interesting to you if you like developer relations-type activities like documenting, writing tutorials, presenting etc.

Conferences and Events

Conferences and Events are pretty much all going to be virtual for the rest of the year. I don’t have many events in July to link to, but I do have a bunch of articles in this area.

And Finally

A round up of some of the blog posts and videos from IntelliJ IDEA and JetBrains. Also, did you notice? The blog has had a facelift!

If you have any interesting or useful Java / JVM news to share via Java Annotated Monthly, leave a comment or drop me a message via Twitter.

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