Java Full-Stack Report June 2022: Stand-Up
This is my personal look back at the last month.
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Did you notice something different about the charts for Google searches and questions at Stack Overflow in the Technology Index section? Let’s take the Google searches for web frameworks as an example. They now show the current score of a technology in the label (e.g., “Angular: 51”). And they show when and how a technology peaked, using its (slightly dimmed) color (e.g., “Jul 2019: 84” for Angular).
My “H1/2022 Conference Tour” is over! And what a tour it was: Two talks at JavaLand in Germany in early March, one talk at QCon London in early April, two talks again at JAX in Germany, one talk at QCon Plus in mid-May, and one talk at Devoxx UK in London in mid-May. I’ll tour again in the fall, where I’ll give two talks at JAX London in early October and one talk at W-JAX in Germany again. Slides, videos, and more from all my conference talks are here.
But I have another talk this month: I’ll speak at an Angular user group for the first time. My talk will be one of three talks at the Angular Community Meetup on June 14. At least the topic is familiar - Google’s Flutter, though this time for Angular developers, not Java ones.
I also finished the InfoQ article series about native Java, where I was the editor. We published the last two entries about Spring Boot and standardization. The standardization article took the most work because it was the longest by far. And when the article was ready and just a few days away from publication, the OpenJDK Project Leyden made its first announcement in two years. So Andrew and Dan had to quickly update the article. But they came through, and we published just six days later than initially planned. 😃