Technology Focus At JavaJee For 2024

As technology and methodologies continue to evolve, staying updated and enhancing our skills is essential. At JavaJee, we are committed to this journey of continuous learning and adaptation. For 2024, we have identified several key areas of focus, which we will update as our priorities evolve.

Java 21 is now the latest stable version, and our primary goal is to utilize Java 21 for all code on our website. We'll also be exploring the features and improvements of all Java versions released since Java 11.

Performance of Java applications remains a crucial area of focus. This includes enhancements in Java performance within the JVM, garbage collectors, and the development of scalable distributed applications.

Frameworks such as Spring and Spring Boot are constantly evolving. We're dedicated to mastering the latest features in Spring Boot, Spring Data, Spring Batch, and more, aiming to assist you in mastering these as well.

The growing importance of DevOps culture is undeniable. We plan to explore various aspects of DevOps and automation, enhancing our understanding and capabilities in this area.

Security and scalability, particularly in distributed applications, will be a significant focus. Additionally, we aim to clarify and demystify microservices architecture, guiding readers in building more efficient distributed systems compared to traditional monolithic architectures.

We will shift our focus from thick UI client technologies like Swing and JavaFX to JavaScript-based thin client technologies, with a particular emphasis on Angular, React, and Node.js.

Tools such as Maven and Git are indispensable in the development process, and we plan to add more comprehensive notes and guides on these essential tools.

Cloud development is more relevant than ever. For cloud-specific insights and updates, our blog will be a valuable resource. Furthermore, we will move all general computer science notes to

2024 at JavaJee is about embracing change, mastering new technologies, and helping our community to do the same. Stay tuned for more updates, resources, and learning opportunities!

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