It’s the last Java Annotated Monthly of 2021, and the last Java Annotated Monthly that I, Trisha, will personally produce. But never fear, as you’ve seen this year there are others in JetBrains who have already given their own voices to Annotated Monthly, I know I am leaving it in more than capable hands. I have been the caretaker of this newsletter for over five years, and this is my 56th issue!! It’s time for others to make it their own, and I look forward to seeing that.
Playing with Spring Boot 2.6.0 on Azure Functions, I now have around 5 seconds cold starts with the JVM, and 2 seconds cold starts with GraalVM, here are some details ⬇️ (1/6)— Julien Dubois (@juliendubois) November 30, 2021
In person events have been tentatively happening, in fact we had developer advocates at AWS re:Invent and NDC Oslo this week. Who knows what 2022 holds? Hopefully some chances to meet (safely) in person.
Revealing the first guest on my new series ‘The Engineering Room’ tomorrow 👀
Discussions with a few of the most influential people in our industry!
Any guesses as to who’s joining me over the next month? 🤔#softwareengineer pic.twitter.com/q4zvZ8yGNE— Dave Farley (@davefarley77) December 2, 2021
Time to rethink the live coding interview for any company wanting to hire women, from underrepresented groups and those with performance anxiety.
Don’t take it from me. Take it from @cherthedev, @gurlcode, @erinfoox, and dozens of other engineers who shared the same in private. pic.twitter.com/COO5KnSiNJ— Gergely Orosz (@GergelyOrosz) November 26, 2021
Helen is leaving me… I mean, us! I am SO SAD 😭😭😭@HelenJoScott, you have been an amazing team member, a brilliant advocate, and an inspiration to me. THANK YOU for giving @jetbrains and @intellijidea your time, expertise, and blood sweat and tears.https://t.co/VkNKGJzoe9— Trisha Gee (@trisha_gee) December 3, 2021
As well as the usual great stuff on our blogs and YouTube channels, there were two huge announcements from JetBrains this week, Remote Development and Fleet:
This is big! We’re introducing remote development in the 2021.3 JetBrains release wave:
– Run your IDE on a remote server
– Work from any laptop, anywhere
– Manage dev environments with @JetBrains_Space
Bonus: check out @JetBrains_Fleet
Find out more https://t.co/AbdYkaItlX pic.twitter.com/YuYu5JrA8b— JetBrains (@jetbrains) November 29, 2021
Fleet is an IDE and a lightweight editor. It’s flexible and polyglot, with support for collaboration and remote workflows. It’s built from scratch but uses the @intellijidea code-processing engine for smart code editing. Read more and join the Preview https://t.co/pbERl3NvV7 pic.twitter.com/5MZEwAWo8Q— JetBrains Fleet (@JetBrains_Fleet) November 29, 2021
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