Top Java Newsletters for 2023

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One of the best way to keep-up-to-date with a specific programming language is to subscribe a professional newsletter that focuses on that very specific programming language.

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There are many professional newsletters through which it is possible to keep up-to-date with the Java programming language. Trying to pick the best, I came up with this post. 

The JavaSpecialists Newsletter

This professional newsletter exists for more than 20 years. It usually includes professional articles written by Dr Heinz Kabutz, its editor. It is a high quality newsletter and you can subscribe it for free at https://www.javaspecialists.eu/archive/subscribe. The issues of this newsletter are published every 1-2 months. 

The Baeldung Java Web Newsletter

This professional newsletter includes articles written by various authors and is managed by Eugene Paraschiv. This newsletter focuses on the Spring framework and on topics related to developing the server side of web applications in Java. The issues of this newsletter are published every week. You can subscribe for free at https://www.baeldung.com/java-web-weekly.

The Oracle Java Magazine Newsletter

The Oracle Java Magazine includes various professional posts written by industry experts. You can browse these posts at https://blogs.oracle.com/javamagazine and you can also subscribe for free at https://go.oracle.com/LP=28277?nsl=jvm.

If you happen to know a professional Java newsletter that match with these ones please let ujs know and we will be more than happy to consider adding it. 

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