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Podcast 12 : Java vs Scala

19-Apr-2018 in Podcasts Core Java

Matt’s alone in the studio today – Richard is busy working on updating our courses, so Matt took the opportunity to interview John Humble, principle engineer at Sky Betting and Gaming. Find out about the technology stack John uses to support systems dealing with huge volumes of data and how they decide whether to use Scala or Java for different jobs.

 

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Podcast 11 : Talking about the Java Stack Job Market

15-Jan-2018 in Podcasts

Our special guest for this podcast is Matt Wood from IT recruitment firm www.fruitionit.co.uk/

Matt and FruitionIT run "The JVM Thing", a community of Java Full stack developers - twitter.com/The_JVM_Thing

What Java/JVM Stack skills are in demand?

Transcript

Matt G:Hello, and welcome to the first podcast of 2018. I think it's number 11 in the All Things Java series. My name is Matt Greencroft.

Richard:I'm Richard Chesterwood.

Matt G:Today, we are delighted to have in the studio with us Matt Wood from Fruition IT. Hi, Matt. Thanks for joining us.

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Podcast 10 : Anemic Domain Models

07-Nov-2017 in Podcasts

Matt and Rich get round the fireside to talk about anemic domain models, and discuss the news of a proposal to include data classes in Java.

In this episode Richard attempts to break the world record for the uses of the word "exactly" within an hour. He won't be saying it again next time around.

Hacker News discussion: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=15606250

Proposal: cr.openjdk.java.net/~briangoetz/amber/datum.html

Martin Fowler's Paper: www.martinfowler.com/bliki/AnemicDomainModel.html

 

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Podcast 9 : UML

20-Oct-2017 in Podcasts

Richard and Matt talk about their previous experience with UML and wonder if it still has a relevance for modern Agile projects.

Despite Matt's valiant attempts, Richard fails to have a rant this week. But, he does manage to somehow squeeze in a reference to the "Comprehensive Super Mario Bros. Disassembly" which is quite an achievement on a UML talk (gist.github.com/1wErt3r/4048722).

We had a faulty microphone on this podcast so we're sorry about the sound quality - will be improved next time!

Transcript

 

Richard:All right then. Am I going to start again?

Matt:I'll start.

Richard:Oh, okay.

Matt:Mm-hmm (affirmative). “Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Java podcast”. Now, at this point, Alexa will probably complain and say it can't find it, because I've not got that wording exactly right. Welcome to episode nine of All Things Java. I'm Matt Greencroft.

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Podcast 8 : Java 9 is Here!

28-Sep-2017 in Podcasts Core Java

Matt and Rich run through what they think are the exciting features of Java 9, but they're not allowed to mention Jigsaw.

What will Richard find to moan and rant about most this week? Java's new genius numbering system? Or people who want to keep their lists mutable?

Transcript

Richard:So welcome to, we think it's number eight of “All Things Java” from Virtual Pair Programmers. Around the table are ...

Matt:Matt Greencroft, nice to speak to you again Richard.

Richard:I'm Richard Chesterwood. So, this week, I think, Matthew is all excited because he wants to talk about Java 9 - obviously the big news in Java.

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