Top 10 List of Best Java Blogs in 2019

Java is of the most versatile programming languages in almost every field of programming such as system, application, web apps, and APIs.   It is one of the most useful and most popular languages in the world. It was originally released in 1995, is an object-oriented programming language.  Designed to have the look and feel of the C++ programming language, but simpler to use and enforces an object-oriented programming model.  Create complete applications that may run on a single computer or distributed among servers and clients in a network.

Java has flourished in the past year because providing a range of robust technologies, such as frameworks, libraries, web development SDKs and JVM languages.  Programming has found application in various technology sectors, which is why it is one of the most preferred languages to learn by programming enthusiasts.  Finally, the internet is flooded with multiple choices of programming courses.  Because programming is a vast topic and so learning the development is a lifelong and continuous process.

To stay updated on the recent developments taking place within the ecosystem, it is important for beginners as well as expert programmers.

1. Oracle Blog 

2. InfoQ

3. Javaworld

4. Javarevisited 

5. JOOQ Blog

6. Adam Bien’s Weblog

7. A Java Geek by Nicolas Fränkel 

8. Vlad Mihalcea’s Blog

9. Baeldung by Eugen 

10. Thoughts on Java by Thorben Janssen 

 

Here is an article that lists the Top 40 Java Blogs, Websites & Newsletters For Programmers in 2019.  It was last updated on February 18, 2019.

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