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GeekListener Hello hello hello! It's time to publish a new #GeekListener digest! What was interesting during the last week? What trends in twitter among the developers? As usual, I'm going to comment on tweets which I liked more than others. By the way, on the past week was a big software development conference in Berlin - GOTO, where cool architects are team leads were involved in different discussions, talks and panels. We will discuss it a little!

GeekListener The last week wasn't rich in global programming events. So I have no any comments and tweets regarding fresh tech-talks. But as always I have a bunch of developers tweets about everything, starting from a philosophy and finishing with a big data. So let's start the #GeekListener digest!

GeekListener Hey there! It's time for #GeekListener v.3. The last week was poor to good tweets. It's very strange because so many events occurred. Devoxx Belgium and Morocco are finished, Spring Boot 1.3 released, TypeSafe Monitor 1.0 and many other thins.

GeekListener Hello everyone, java and scala developers, big data engineers, geeks and random readers who opened the #GeekListener digest. So what was interesting on the previous week? There are a banch of things: echoes of the JavaOne conference, java lambdas, education, scala stuff and a humour which you may expect from me.

GeekListener This is the first blog post in a new category #GeekListener. Here, I’ll publish all tweets, which I’ve liked for the previous week. It makes even more sense, after Twitter has replaced “stars” with “hearts”. I'm following JVM tweets and software development tweets in general, so digest lays exactly in this space.

Not so far time ago, I and 10per Team started the CheckPoint education course for students of "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute". The main idea is to declare learning topics which are required for a good start of development (Java / JavaScript) and then provide education materials (multiple sources for each topic). This is a formula which can lead students to the future professional software development.

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