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Chad Arimura, David Delabassee

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Inside Java is a podcast for Java Developers brought to you directly from the people that make Java at Oracle. We'll discuss the language, the JVM, OpenJDK, platform security, innovation projects like Loom and Panama, and everything in between.
 
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Java Pub House

Freddy Guime & Bob Paulin

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This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
The internet runs the world, and we talk with the brilliant people behind the scenes who make it happen. Through conversations with software vendors, developers, entrepreneurs, and activists, we’ll dive into the web apps they run and how they’ve enriched people’s lives. Discover something new to power up your next world-changing project, building your confidence to deploy on Fridays. Hosted by Platform.sh: the end-to-end web platform for teams. PS: We deploy on Fridays! Join the discussion b ...
 
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Three different paths to tech Elina Valeeva, CEO of Meditivity, Anna Radulovski, Founder of Coding Girls, and Claudia Mendes Silva, Project Manager for Siemens and an Ambassador of Portugal’s Women in Tech chapter, each came into the tech industry in their own ways. Claudia Mendes Silva and Elina Valeeva both met Ayumi Moore, the President and Foun…
 
The Open Infrastructure Foundation Julia Kreger, Mark Collier, and Mohammed Naser are all part of the Open Infrastructure Foundation (OIF), a nonprofit that builds communities around IaaS, Infrastructure-as-a-Service. The OIF is vast and global — it spans 100,000 members across over 180 countries, and it focuses on projects in multiple areas, inclu…
 
Defining Fission Fission is an edge app publishing platform for front-end developers. As Boris Mann, one of its creators, defines it, “Fission is a stack of tools, identity files, and data storage that gives developers everything that's needed to run a full web app using only the front end.” Out of the box, Fission has some key benefits. Runs anywh…
 
Azul, the JVM, and the JDK Simon Ritter and Geertjan Wielenga are the brains behind Azul, a company focused on providing the best Java Development Kit (JDK) and Java Virtual Machine (JVM) possible. It’s also the biggest Java-only company in the world. As Simon says, “Azul is all about Java.” Azul has two products: Zing — A high-performance JVM. As …
 
Exploring the topic of why there are so many JDKs: how are they the same, how are they different. We balance the Java perspective with a special guest from the Rust foundation to learn how a peer ecosystem works. Short version: The role of Java as a central system runtime lead to multiple implementations and the companies that make different distri…
 
Reducing risk when deploying code is a huge priority for many DevOps teams, and incidentally, the reason behind our podcast's name, Deploy Friday. Today, we speak with experts Jackie Balzer and Maryann Bell about best practices for risk reduction during code deployment. Defining code deployment Code deployment can depend on the scale of your organi…
 
So is time to celebrate! We got a new box of toys with the new release of Java! This is also a Long-Term-Support release which means that's usually a "good one" to jump into! Switch Expressions! Helpful Nullpointers, Sealed Classes... there is a TON that's new And we got the best Doctor in town to walk us through all of them. We're of course talkin…
 
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…
 
Our guests today Rudy de Busscher, on the Payara Sales team, and Fabio Andres Turizo, a Payara Engineer, speak with us about the importance of standards, what Jakarta EE offers developers, and using Payara. Defining Payara Payara is a cloud-native, open source middleware platform that’s both Jakarta EE and MicroProfile compatible. It comes in two v…
 
What is Jetty? Today, our guests share their extensive experience with Jetty. Greg Wilkins is the original software engineer for Jetty and Simone Bordet is a Jetty Committer. Jetty itself is an HTTP server and container for deploying Java servlets that run on HTTP, and it was also the first Java application server to be deployed as a clickable JAR …
 
“97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know” is a book of collected wisdom by cloud engineering experts. Our two guests today, Michelle Brenner and Dan Moore, both contributed chapters, and we speak with them about the book and the state of cloud engineering in 2021. What is cloud engineering? With most companies having at least part of their infra…
 
Today we’ll be talking about reactive programming, Quarkus and Mutiny with our experts, Clement Escoffier and Julien Ponge, both Principal Software Engineers at Red Hat. Why use reactive programming Reactive programming differs from the “traditional” imperative paradigm. Reactive is a programming approach that centers on events (and reacting to the…
 
Business automation has been used in other industries for years. Now it’s available for software development. Our Red Hat guests Karina Varela and Donato Marrazzo tell us how business automation can help bridge the gap between business and technical teams. What is business automation? According to Red Hat, “Business automation is the alignment of b…
 
Composer 2.0 Jordi Boggiano and Nils Aderman are the original authors of Composer, a near-universal package and dependency manager for PHP, and it just hit a major milestone: Composer 2.0. The two join us in this episode to give us the download on Composer 2 improvements and updates. But first, Nils helpfully defines Composer for us. “Composer is a…
 
What is the Platform.sh Partner Program For digital agencies, Platform.sh offers a number of incentives and benefits that make our service more attractive and your business more profitable. The team behind the Digital Agency Partner Program, and our guests today, explain how this partner program includes exclusive pricing, co-selling, and special f…
 
Bearer: good tidings for developers Pizzly is an open source, OAuth integration proxy created by Bearer. It handles dozens of pre-configured APIs like Asana, Basecamp, Salesforce, Slack, Google Sheets, and more, and lets you quickly add even more APIs with a generic JSON configuration schema. Says Guillaume, Co-Founder and CEO of Bearer, “Pizzly is…
 
Website maintenance is a common challenge, especially for agencies running dozens or even hundreds of sites. Platform.sh uses an internally-developed feature, Source Operations, to effectively manage its “fleets” of web applications. Defining a fleet Augustin Delaporte, Director of Enterprise and Fleets at Platform.sh, defines a fleet like this.“As…
 
GraphQL is an open source, declarative language that you can use to source data from your APIs. In a backend landscape with disparate APIs that all need to be tied together, GraphQL is like a middle layer interface between them. Josh Oppenheim, a software engineer and one of our guests today, adds to this definition. “GraphQL allows you to declarat…
 
Introducing Oracle Helidon Helidon is an open source, microservice framework for writing applications. As our two Oracle guests today, Dmitry Kornilov and Dmitry Alexandrov explain, Helidon is named after the Greek symbol for a swallow, a bird that’s extremely fast and maneuverable; just like Helidon. Helidon helps developers with two “flavors” Hel…
 
So while Java is the "main" language of the JVM, it is by no means the "only" language. And one of the purely functional programming languages is getting a new facelift! Scala has been going through a revamp on the syntax and the features, and if you ever run into a scala user you know how passionate they are about their language! (hint: they love …
 
Elasticsearch: Easy, fast, and reliable Elasticsearch is a highly scalable open source full-text search and analytics engine; it allows you to store, search, and analyze big volumes of data quickly and near real-time. As one of our guests, Jay Miller says, Elasticsearch is “the original idea of making search easy, fast, reliable.” Today with Jay Mi…
 
Guest Anjuan Simmons and host Robert Douglass explore the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) experience in the tech world. Facing additional burdens As a Black manager and leader with 25 years of experience in the technologist space, Anjuan carries more burdens than most. He lists: Being many people’s first Black manager Being looked at…
 
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…
 
MySQL is an open source, multi-user, and multi-threaded database management system. What’s more, it’s still growing, as our guests, Airton Lastori and Dave Stokes, longtime users of MySQL, emphasize. We asked Airton and Dave about the newest, most exciting, and lesser-known features of MySQL. They responded enthusiastically. All quotes in this list…
 
We continue the Deploy Friday Language Spotlight series with the programming language Ruby. Our two guests, developers Emily Giurleo and Jason Charnes, talk about their love for Ruby and what to expect with the Ruby 3.0 release. The benefits of Ruby Ruby is a favorite to introduce newcomers to coding, along with Python and JavaScript. The father of…
 
Today we continue our Language Spotlight series. PHP is the most-used server-side web development language in the world, and it’s also one of the few to be purely open source. We speak with two PHP 8.0 Release Managers, Sara Golemon and Gabriel Caruso, about the current status of PHP and the PHP 8.0 release. Exciting PHP features and benefits It’s …
 
We continue our Language Spotlight series with Java, an object-oriented programming language that has shaped the course of the internet in enormous ways. Today we speak with two Java champions, Monica Beckwith and Geertjan Wielenga, to discuss Java’s impact so far as well as its course for the future. What is a Java Champion? Since we have two Java…
 
The digital accessibility umbrella is broad Digital accessibility means different things to different people. Most people, on hearing the term, think of people with disabilities, such as being deaf or blind. But our two experts, Nic Steenhout and Carie Fisher, make it clear the digital accessibility umbrella encapsulates much more. It also includes…
 
In our new mini-series, Language Spotlight, we’ll take a tour of every language that Platform.sh supports. Today our focus is on JavaScript, as we delve into what’s new and exciting in the space, asynchronous coding, and the advantages of Node.js with two JavaScript experts and Software Engineers, Jessica and Austin Keener. Understanding asynchrono…
 
In this episode, we talk with our guest Mike Pirog about Lando, the free and open source local development tool. Mike is the Co-Founder of Tandem, a full service digital agency in the PHP space, and the maker of Lando. Lando offers a high degree of flexibility for common setups, and it’s now fully integrated with Platform.sh. How to use Lando Lando…
 
Adding more complexity to international privacy law A recent ruling from the Court of Justice of the European Union invalidates the US EU Privacy Shield, which has many implications for data rules around the GDPR. More than 5,000 U.S. companies rely on Privacy Shield to conduct trans-Atlantic trade in compliance with the GDPR. We talk with a team o…
 
You'll run it everywhere there's a production system. Some kind of Metrics collector like Statsd or InfluxDB. They work like magic, reporting on the health of your application. but how does it really happen? We dive in on how these Application Performance Management tools work and how do they really "see into" your application. We demistify all thi…
 
What’s new with Typescript 4.0 Typescript is an Object-oriented, open source, scripting language, with static typing. With our guests, we discuss several exciting updates that come with the release of Typescript 4.0 , such as short-circuiting assignment operators, labeled tuple elements, and more. You can also follow along with this helpful slidesh…
 
Defining and standardizing microservice architecture Microservices break down application development into independent functional components. One of our guests, Emily Jiang of IBM, defines a microservice as “a piece of software that can do one thing and do one thing very well.” For building good microservice architecture, she recommends following t…
 
Open Social is a Drupal distribution and online community platform. We speak with the founders, Taco Potze and Bram ten Hove, in our episode today about how Open Social was born out of the idea to productize community building. Open Social origin story Taco and Bram started Open Social after 14 years of Drupal agency experience. Taco says, “We stum…
 
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.…
 
The internet economy would not be what it is today without the influence and the value added by open source software. As software development in general has become more sophisticated, complex, and time-consuming, maintaining open source software has, too. Today we talk about the importance of funding open source software sustainably with Pia Mancin…
 
Apache Camel is an open source Java framework that helps developers make integrations faster and easier. Our two guests, Christina Lina, a Java developer and software architect, and Hugo Guerrera, a software developer and open source advocate, speak about how Camel can help you implement inter-system Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP). Apache Ca…
 
Simplify and speed up cloud-native development with Micronaut Micronaut is an open-source, JVM-based framework for building full-stack, modular, easily testable microservices and serverless applications. In this episode, we speak with Iván López Martín, a JVM Developer and Micronaut committer at Object Computing, and Rodrigo Graciano, a Java User G…
 
OpenAPI: Clarity and structure for API development The OpenAPI specification (formerly known as Swagger) is a blueprint to help develop APIs and to make sure what’s in the API is clear and understandable, before development even starts. Lorna Mitchell, a Senior Development Advocate at Nexmo and one of our guests today, explains it like this, “OpenA…
 
Diversity and inclusion is a perennial challenge in the tech industry. In this episode, we have two guests from Witty Works to help us learn more about research-backed ways to be more inclusive in our hiring processes and everyday lives. Unconscious bias starts very early in life Unconscious bias is one important factor behind the underrepresentati…
 
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