Dec 19, 2016 3:17:20 PM | Java Blogs You Should Be Reading

Our favorite blogs covering Java - the top enterprise programming language. Stick with these Java blogs to stay up to date on all things Java!

Among programmers and Computer Science experts, Java is recognized as a market leader and the number one programming language in the enterprise development arena. So today we bring you a list of some of our favorite Java Blogs from around the world focusing on different aspects of Java. We hope you’ll enjoy our recommendations.

Program Creek

Program Creek is a blog developed by Xiaoran Wang, a PhD candidate at the University of Delaware.

This site is all about Java, including Java Core, Java Tutorials, Java Frameworks, Eclipse RCP, Eclipse JDT, and Java Design Patterns. Some of the most popularly referenced blog posts on this site include: The Top 10 Algorithms for CodingFAQs regarding Simple Java; and LeetCode – Binary Tree Paths

Jonathon Giles’ blog

Jonathon lives in New Zealand and is a Sun-certified Java Programmer who is also the Tech Lead at Oracle in the Java FX UI controls team. Jonathon writes mainly about Java FX and updates his blog regularly.

Antonio Goncalves' Blog

Antonio is the author of two books on Java entitled Beginning Java EE 7 and Beginning Java EE 6 with Glassfish 3. He is a former BEA consultant who shares his knowledge on many aspects of Java including using application servers such as Weblogic, JBoss and Glassfish. Antonio also writes passionately about his support of open source software.

Java Deep (Or javax0)

Java Deep is a technical Java oriented blog written by Hungarian Peter Verhas. He writes about Pure Java, JSON, XML, PHP, VCF and QR. He also maintains and develops open source projects, like ScriptBasic Classic, ScriptBasic for Java, and License3j. His blog is usually updated regularly, with most new posts released on Wednesday afternoons (GMT time zone).

Java Code Geeks

Java Code Geeks is a blog we recommend to all Java developers. Java Code Geeks is an independent online community with over 500 authors that contribute to the site. The blog receives over 1,200,000 views each month and with good reason. If you subscribe to the site’s newsletter you gain access to five of their bestselling Java ebooks.

Although Java Code Geeks blog extensively about Java, other programming tools and computing concepts are also discussed. Some of their most popular blog posts of all time include: Java Best Practices: Vector vs ArrayList vs HashSetAndroid Full Application Tutorial, and this list of Great Online Learning Websites for Aspiring Coders


is probably the most extensive resource on the internet for Java users outside of Oracle. Some of the world’s leading Java experts write for JavaWorld and share tips, tricks, commentary and solutions on all matters of Java programming for both the novice Java programmer and experienced professionals.

Java, SQL and JOOQ

Posts are all about the practical application of Java, not theoretical concepts. This is a go-to resource for many Java programmers due to the handy library that allows users to write database queries based on classes that are generated from a database schema. The blog also provides useful hacks to helps users modify and improve their Java coding for increased performance.

The Java Source

Oracle’s official in-house blog relating to Java. If you want to keep up-to-date on the changes relating to new versions of Java or be the first to try out early access builds, this is the site for you. The Java Source also often posts inspirational stories of Java practitioners and how they are using Java technology in their businesses.

Top Java Blogs

This site features a mashup of the latest posts published by Java blogs across the internet. You can search blog posts by latest published or by the top-rated blog posts of the week or month. You can further refine your search to filter results by Java for beginners, advanced Java concepts or Java blog posts related to agile development and testing.

We hope you have enjoyed this list. Once you try out our recommendations we’d love to hear from you and know which blogs you have found to be most useful.

Written By: Frances Banks