Java Weekly, Issue 455 – Java周刊,第455期

最后修改: 2022年 9月 15日

1. Spring and Java


>> Helidon Níma — Helidon on Virtual Threads []

>> Helidon Níma – Helidon on Virtual Threads []

Helidon meets Loom – a concurrency model to handle HTTP requests using cheap virtual threads.

Helidon遇上Loom 一个并发模型,使用廉价的虚拟线程处理HTTP请求。

>> Java is Very Fast, If You Don’t Create Many Objects []

>> Java非常快,如果你不创建很多对象的话 []

Avoiding object allocations and GC pauses while passing 4 billion events/seconds over TCP. Let’s see how’s that even possible.


>> JEP 429: Extent-Local Variables to Promote Immutability in Java []

>> JEP 429: Extent-Local Variables to Promote Immutability in Java []

And a lightweight approach to share immutable data between threads using Extent Local variables. Good stuff.

还有使用Extent Local变量在线程之间共享不可变数据的轻量级方法。好东西。

Also worth reading:

Webinars and presentations:


Time to upgrade:


2. Technical & Musings

2.技术& 思考

>> A beginner’s guide to YugabyteDB []

>> A beginner’s guide to YugabyteDB []

Meet YugabyteDB: a PostgreSQL compatible, open-source, and distributed SQL database.


Also worth reading:


3. Comics


And my favorite Dilberts of the week:


>> Exceeding Expectations []

>> 超出预期[]

>> One Last Reframe []

>> One Last Reframe []

>> Doing The Impossible []

>> 做不可能的事 []

4. Pick of the Week


Finally, last week I talked about the new hosted technical debt platform from vFunction :


>> The Assessment Hub Express

>> The Assessment Hub Express

Simply put, it’s a solid way to understand what your technical debt actually looks like.


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