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Until last week, I was going to open the show saying it's been a long time since we last recorded, but we slipped in an interview with the guys from plz.review - so that's not exactly true anymore. It has, however, still been a while since we've had a normal, full session of discussion and argument.
Delayed: The publishing/editing of this episode was unfortunately delayed due to me finally catching Covid.plz.review Updates
- Github "integration" is available, we even had GerritForge - Home page listed in the show notes, as part of GerritForge there's GerritHub for online hosted Gerrit+GitHub integration which uses Gerrit's replication plugin, and a Github integration for authentication/authorization. Patch sets and comments remain in Gerrit.
Since the last main episode, Java 18 was released (and earlier this week JDK 18.0.2 was released with various security and docker improvements.)
- Java 19 is currently in Rampdown Phase Two with a GA release slated for 2022/09/20
- 405: Record Patterns (Preview)
- 422: Linux/RISC-V Port
- 424: Foreign Function & Memory API (Preview)
- 425: Virtual Threads (Preview)
- 426: Vector API (Fourth Incubator)
- 427: Pattern Matching for switch (Third Preview)
- 428: Structured Concurrency (Incubator)
- Rust 1.63: Scoped Threads : rust. Similar to the forthcoming Structured Concurrency for Java.
- Deprecating java.util.Date, java.util.Calendar and java.text.DateFormat and their subclasses - Interestingly no replies to that post at all.
- Value type companions, encapsulated
- Project Leyden: Beginnings (r/java discussion)
- Testing clean cleaner cleanup – Inside.java - Replacing finalizers with Cleaners.
- SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Adoptium - SD Times
- IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Goes Beta | The IntelliJ IDEA Blog - Switches from running with Jetbrains' JDK11 to JDK17
- IntelliJ IDEA 2022.2 Is Out! | The IntelliJ IDEA Blog
- JetBrains Fleet: The Next-Generation IDE by JetBrains
- Hibernate ORM 6.0 Delivers Improved Performance
- Celebrating 50 Years of Smalltalk | by Richard Kenneth Eng | Jul, 2022 | ITNEXT
- Help Microsoft shape the Azure SDK for Rust
- Shaving 40% Off Google’s B-Tree Implementation with Go Generics - ScyllaDB
- Zaplib post-mortem - Zaplib docs - Post-mortem of porting JS to Rust/WASM
- Simplifying Go Concurrency with Futures
- Common Lisp - Repl Style. Dev visually with CLOG Builder : Common_Lisp
- OCaml 5 and new Website
- 1.5. Summary — OCaml Programming: Correct + Efficient + Beautiful - new OCaml site launched
- Ocaml 5 concurrency tutorial - concurrent OCaml is finally here (almost)
- GitHub - ocaml-multicore/eio: Effects-based direct-style IO for multicore OCaml
- Will OCaml 5+ multicore be fragile? - #17 by gasche - Learning - OCaml
- C++ 23 to introduce module support | InfoWorld
- GitHub - carbon-language/carbon-lang: Carbon language specification and documentation. - An experimental successor to C++
- Looks like it's getting a lot of flack on Twitter - Twitter: Carbon C++ Results
- Reflections on Log4J Security Issues
- Weeks after breach, the Heroku GitHub connections remains on ice
- Major Version Numbers are Not Sacred
- Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v1.0 is a W3C Recommendation | W3C News
- An open-source tool to seed your dev database with real data : golang
- How Apple, Google, and Microsoft will kill passwords and phishing in one stroke | Ars Technica
- Complexity is killing software developers | InfoWorld