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S02 / E23 - 20 May 2023

How do you get the maximum performance out of your Java application? And how to use profiling to find the bottlenecks? Let's learn it in this podcast!Java profiling is a crucial technique for measuring and improving the performance of applications. It helps identify bottlenecks, memory le...

S02 / E22 - 13 May 2023

Grab your Lego and robots, and let's talk about STEM, STEAM, and programming for fun!As a developer, we all get frustrated occasionally when a bug messes up our schedule, and we have to dive deep into the code to find a solution. But still, many of us keep coding in our free time as we...

S02 / E21 - 29 April 2023

Once a month, the Foojay Podcast virtually visits a JUG to talk with the people behind it. SouJava, the Brazil JUG, was founded in 1999, and according to Wikipedia, it’s recognized as the world’s largest Java User Group with 40,000 members! There’s a lot we can learn from the people who ac...

S02 / E20 - 22 April 2023

Functional programming, it seems you either love it or you hate it. But, like everything in software engineering, it is a trade-off. So for today, let's focus on the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of Functional programming.GuestsAlejandro Serrano, Software Engineer...

S02 / E19 - 15 April 2023

Many developers spend a lot of their time on side projects. It’s an opportunity to learn new techniques and get involved in communities. But sometimes, it can also lead to a new job. Or even starting a business based on such a project. Today we are talking to people who achieved such a transition...

S02 / E18 - 01 April 2023

The Foojay Podcast Java User Group World Tour has already brought us to the UK, US, Dubai, and Japan. Today we travel back to the US to learn more about the Atlanta JUG, mainly because this week, they are organizing the DevNexus conference! Let’s learn about the challenges of organizing both a Ja...

S02 / E17 - 25 March 2023

TornadoVM is a programming and execution framework for offloading and running JVM applications on multi-core CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. With the same code, some of your existing program code can be executed hundreds of times faster!GuestsJuan Fumero, TornadoVM Lead Archi...

S02 / E16 - 18 March 2023

Since 2018, we get a new version of Java every 6 months. Some are long-term supported versions that can be used for many years, while others are only maintained for a short time. Version 20 is such a short-term supported version. So, what new features does this version bring? And why should we us...

S02 / E15 - 04 March 2023

Last month we were in the US, and this time we travel to the other side of the world as we spoke with the organizers of the Japan JUG!Guests Shin Tanimotohttps://twitter.com/cero_t 

S02 / E14 - 18 February 2023

Let's talk about debugging and observability. We work with debugging all the time, but how well do we know this common practice? Observability, monitoring, and debugging at scale for your production.GuestsA lot of rubber ducksJohannes BechbergerJVM an...

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