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Java Annotated Monthly – July 2021

Welcome to July’s roundup of Java and Java-developer-related news! This month, we actually have a surprising amount of Java news, covering versions 11 through to 18! Yes, I know, 17 isn’t even out yet, that’s the crazy world we live in now. There’s a good chunk of Spring and automated testing content too, as that’s where a lot of my research was this month. If you’re in the northern hemisphere and in holiday season, this should make excellent beach reading. Or, you could just save it until you come back to the office.

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Java News

Java Tutorials & Tips

Languages, Frameworks, Libraries and Technologies

https://twitter.com/techgirl1908/status/1410598737836007434

Conferences and Events

Developer Relations

As usual, I ran across several articles that are personally interesting to me in this role. I’ve put them here in case others are similarly interested.

https://twitter.com/bmuskalla/status/1405467123837722625

Culture & Community

Surprise! This month there’s actually technical content in this section as well as the “softer” stuff.

https://twitter.com/HeyChelseaTroy/status/1396503832255942656

And Finally

A round up of blog posts and videos from IntelliJ IDEA and JetBrains:

If you have any interesting or useful Java / JVM news to share via Java Annotated Monthly, leave a comment or email us (java-advocates@jetbrains.com).

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