Java Annotated Monthly – November 2022
Hello! Today we’re bringing you the November edition of our collection of the most prominent news, articles, podcasts, and videos about Java, Kotlin, and other related technologies. The highlight of this issue is the public preview of Fleet by JetBrains. If you are interested in our new distributed polyglot editor and IDE, we heartily encourage you to try it out. Apart from that, this Java Annotated Monthly features some exciting quizzes on Java, articles about upcoming and recent conferences, and a selection of materials devoted to Spring and Kotlin. Without further ado, let’s get
Cultivating Good printf Debugging Habits
One of the most common debugging techniques, printf debugging is particularly popular because most people learn it intuitively when debugging their first programs. This type of debugging is also very accessible because you don’t need any special tools for it. You just insert print statements into your source code and see how it operates at runtime. This practice can reveal suboptimal routines, inconsistent state problems, synchronization issues, and more: If you are a fan of this approach, then this post is for you. We will be looking at some of the features IntelliJ IDEA provides that can im
Java Annotated Monthly – October 2022
Hello! October is here to bring a selection of recent news and tips on Java, Kotlin, and related technologies and frameworks. This month’s top news is the release of Java 19, so the Java News section features a podcast with details and several pieces describing the updates. What do you think about them? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Don’t miss our Culture & Community section, which highlights less coding-heavy topics that might grab your attention, like advances in quantum computing and AI, remote teamwork, motivational insights, and more. Let’s get started!
Java Annotated Monthly – September 2022
Hello! For the September edition of Java Annotated Monthly, we’ve prepared a lot of resources to help you transition smoothly into the fall season. In addition, we cordially invite you to join our free online IntelliJ IDEA Conf, which takes place September 29–30. Java News JEP 429 – The proposal introduces extent-local variables, which enable the sharing of immutable data within and across threads. Java Tutorials & Tips Languages, Frameworks, Libraries, and Technologies Kotlin Corner Ktor 2.1.0 Released and It Comes With Goodies! – Hadi Hariri shares the highl
IntelliJ IDEA Conf – Celebrating the developer community
Our intention with IntelliJ IDEA Conf is to celebrate the developer community and its desire to learn and improve everyday. We invite you to join us for this free online conference and learn from industry leaders and experts on September 29–30, 2022. Learn about a variety of topics, like Core Java, Kotlin, Spring, Kubernetes, JUnit, mobile development, and hear stories about contributing to open source projects. You'll also discover how to use JetBrains IDEs to address the challenges of remote development, and learn about our brand new IDE – Fleet. Conference Details and Registration (more
Java Annotated Monthly – August 2022
Hi! As the summer season carries on, we’re enjoying the newest content from the community. Here are almost 30 inspirational articles for you to dive into. Pick your favorite and share it with your friends! Java News IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Is Out! – The IDE uses JetBrains Runtime 17, which enhances the IDE’s performance, security, and user experience. Java Tutorials & Tips Java 19: What's New? – Loïc Mathieu walks you through all the functionalities of the long-awaited new version.A dose of Marco Codes videos: 7 great Terminal/CLI tools not everyone knows and Gradle Tutorial.
New Live Stream: Java Modules in Real Life
Java Modules have many benefits. They enable you to encapsulate packages and related resources and define strict accessibility rules. Introduced in Java 9 as the Java Platform Module System, or JPMS, Java Modules have proven to be somewhat tricky to use, even for experienced developers. During his guest appearance at our next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream, Nicolai Parlog will teach us about modules. He’ll explain what they are, why we should use them, and when it is better not to. Register for the show and join us on Wednesday, July 27, at 5:00 pm CEST / 3:00 pm UTC. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR
Java Annotated Monthly – July 2022
Hello! For the July edition of Java Annotated Monthly, we’ve collected 20 Java and Kotlin related blog posts for you to peruse as you enjoy the summer weather. We’ve got updates from the Gradle and Scala communities, and news about the latest events for you to catch up on. Java News Apache Tomcat 8.5.81 available – It offers an increased default buffer size for cluster messages, improvements for the RemoteIPValve request mechanism, better TLS performance with non-blocking writes, and the NIO connector.JDK 20 – This page offers an overview of the release.IntelliJ IDEA 2022.1.3 Is Out
Java Annotated Monthly – June 2022
Hello in June! This month we will try to predict the future and say something about OpenJDK 19. We’ll read Kotlin books, recap recent conferences, and maybe even make a plan to go to one. Let’s start catching up with recent news and articles!
New Live Stream: Java-Friendly Machine Learning With the JSR381
Most machine learning (ML) toolkits require knowing Python. Although this is one of the leading programming languages in data science and ML, you can find several convenient alternatives. In the next IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream, we will create an ML model step-by-step using only JSR-381. Our two guests, Frank Greco and Zoran Sevarac, will show us how to simplify ML in Java. Join us on Wednesday, May 25, at 17:00 CET / 15:00 UTC. REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR Session description Machine learning (ML) is a hugely important global trend that affects every part of the stack from the user to th
Java Annotated Monthly – May 2022
Each month, we take a dive into the latest Java community news. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage, have a seat, and let's go! Java News JEP 425: Virtual Threads – Learn about the introduction of virtual threads to the Java Platform. Virtual threads are lightweight threads that dramatically reduce the effort of writing, maintaining, and observing high-throughput concurrent applications.JEP 427: Pattern Matching for switch – Extending pattern matching to switch allows an expression to be tested against a number of patterns, each with a specific action, so that complex data-oriented
New Live Stream: Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi
Join the IntelliJ IDEA Live Stream on Wednesday, April 20, at 17:00 CET / 15:00 UTC. Our special guest, Frank Delporte, author of Getting Started with Java on Raspberry Pi, will be giving a presentation entitled Experimenting With Java and Electronics on Raspberry Pi.Java is a write once, run everywhere kind of language; but is it really possible to run Java everywhere? Even on SBCs? If you thought that Raspberry Pi could only be programmed using Python, come and see just how effective Java can be. The session is for all Java programmers, not just fans of tiny hardware. You can even give yours