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The Java Off-Heap Podcast brings together the latest tech news for the java professional. We go over the news and current issues and discuss them in depth, bringing the knowledge of a top circle of professionals from Chicago. Come take a listen and figure out what's going on in the Java world!
 
Is something missing from your life? Do you wake up every morning violently shaking at the thought that you could be enriching your life with something a little more exotic? Suteki Jam is just the show you need to replace those shakes with quakes. Feel the power of the very best in Japanese music from anime, games, and indie artists. Each week features one of three hosts bringing you their distinct flavor and personality.
 
Greg, Mark and Richard get together weekly and talk about things of interest in the Java community. Greg works for SimWorks (http://www.simworks.com) who specialize in mobile phone software. Mark works for SecureMX (www.smx.co.nz). Richard works for Blue Train Software (http://www.bluetrainsoftware.com)
 
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To celebrate the launch of Java 17 we have not one but two podcast episodes! In this first part, Chad discusses some exiting license changes with Donald Smith, i.e. the Free Java License. Chad then continues the discussion on Project Panama and the Vector API with Paul Sandoz. Make sure to also listen to the upcoming Part 2 where Chad discusses wit…
 
Color me jealous! Most of the OffHeap crew (excepting me, Freddy) went back to our roots, and recorded Java Off Heap at the RoundHouse! (The local bar, where Episode 1 was recorded!). It was a great opportunity to be mostly zoom-less and let the conversation flow whenever it wants to flow! In addition we got Cedric Hurst (@divideby0) to join us the…
 
So new things are happening! Jakarta EE 9.1 was released, GraalVM got to 21.1, and Spring Native is now at 0.10. We also get a new LightBend CEO (what does this mean?), and the favorite developer Copy-Paste Website (StackOverflow) got bought for (insert Dr. Evil voice here) ONE (.8) BILLION DOLLARS. You didn't hear it first here, BUT we sure talk a…
 
Right, there were a good tricle of tech news like the release of Scala 3, and that now Microsoft is part of the OpenJDK (hm… we wonder if the JClarity acquision had anything to do w/that ;). But the Internet was rocked by a big tidal wave of D&I avoidance, Social pressure (but some would say Cancel Culture?) and selective historical facts. In that …
 
Recorded Date 7/23/2021 Description The gang is back for another jam-packed episode! Josh, Kito, Daniel, and Ian catch up and discuss the past year, COVID vaccines as software updates, AI coding tools, JDK 17, Jakarta EE 9.1, PrimeNG, Angular, and much more. COVID-19 Virus Tier Outbreak Dashboard Tools and Tech Github Co-Pilot - License Launderer? …
 
With JEP 403, Java 17 will strongly encapsulate the JDK internals. This is the latest step in a process that began in Java 9 with the modularization of the JDK. In this episode, Alan Bateman joins Chad to discuss the importance of strong encapsulation, the history, how this will affect your applications today, and what to do in order to prepare for…
 
Ok, 60 episodes ago, back when were were young and innocent, we started this podcast with coverage on the copyrightability of APIs. There were twist...there were turns! And a ton of nail-biting moments, but, finally it seems that the Supreme Court made a ruling (that APIs are not copyrightable) In this episode we cover the timeline, the ruling, and…
 
In this episode, David (remotely) sat down with Michael McMahon and Daniel Fuchs both from the Java Dublin engineering team to discuss some of the recent JDK network-related updates: from the HTTP/2 Client API (Java 11) and its updates in Java 16 to the new Java 16 Unix Domain Socket Channel API. There's even a small HTTP/3 sneak peek.…
 
Hey y'all, well, this episode we dive into tons of fun stuff. There are new toys w/JDK 16, Spring Native and Graal. Essentially, it's a fun time to play with Native and new JDK 16 features (Records are mainstream!). And in a one-two punch, Spring Native release of 0.9, and Graal news of adopting truffle makes the ideal of adopting native images for…
 
In an unprecedented show of activity - merely two weeks after the new years first episode (170) Mark and Greg are back, this time joined by Andres Almiray (Oracle) and Stephen Connolly (Cloudbees) to discuss all things build, modules, this weeks Java 16 release, and why Java programmers should take a look at the rust programming language. Hosts Mar…
 
The release of Java 16 was a good reason to invite Mikael Vidstedt, Director of JVM Engineering, again into the show. In this episode, Chad and Mikael discuss some of the new JDK 16 features, the 6 months release cadence but also how some Valhalla initial bits are starting to gradually appear into the platform, and more! For the detailed show-notes…
 
Records are a standard and permanent Java language feature starting Java 16. This was a good occasion for David to discuss Records, and more specifically Records serialisa… Records serialization with Julia Boes and Chris Hegarty. Julia and Chris are both from the Dublin Java engineering team. They both work on Core Libraries, and as such, they have…
 
Illegal Argument Episode 170 Mark and Greg emerge from their 2020/2021 Christmas/New Year breaks, and temporary Level 3 lock down to break their silence, attempt to remember how to podcast, and further the rumor that we only record an episode on the eve of a new Java release. Table of Contents 0:44 Holiday Periods 1:27 Java 16 Release 2:35 Standalo…
 
So we did it again! We managed to get into a conference schedule (Virtually this time). Within the Virtual Devnexus conference we invited https://twitter.com/billykorando and https://twitter.com/CGuntur to join us as we discuss the latest Java news, and Career advise! Wanna hear from the "big kahuna"s on how to move to that next level? Then, come, …
 
Chad discusses JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) with Markus Grönlund. Learn all about JFR including how to get started, the problems it addresses, the many event types it outputs, the new streaming capabilities, and more! Links Mentioned JDK11 - Introduction to JDK Flight Recorder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7z_R2Aq-Fl8 JEP 328: Flight Recorder https:…
 
Many things are happening this year. With the official end of the Adobe Flash era, we take a dive on the current landscape including Netbeans, Microprofile 4.0, the alledged Russia Cyber attack of Jetbrains Software, and then into the huge sway that social media platforms have. We dive deeply into how the bans of twitter accounts, hosting providers…
 
That's right folks, we are (finally) saying goodbye (and good riddance to 2020), so in the tradition of OffHeap we review the year. From having 2 Java releases, to the move of OpenJDK to github and how tech has been changed by the Pandemic we talk about it all. We also see what's coming up on for 2021, including Project Loom (and what does THAT mea…
 
In this episode, David Delabassee discusses Project Panama's Foreign Support with Maurizio Cimadamore and Jorn Vernee. The episode starts with an overview of Project Panama, its Foreign Support and then discusses in detail the Foreign Memory Access API. Panama's Foreign Linker API will be discussed in a follow-up episode.…
 
OpenJDK · GitHub Plans for optimal performance: why CircleCI is changing our pricing model - CircleCI Standalone Nashorn is coming for Java 15+ Jbang Property-based Testing in Java: Jqwik - a JUnit 5 Test Engine - My Not So Private Tech Life ABNF for TLDS tldlabel = ALPHA *61(ldh) ld ldh = ld / "-" ld = ALPHA / DIGIT ALPHA = %x41-5A / %x61-7A ; A-Z…
 
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