Everyone today wants to stay up to date in this ultra speed world, especially when it comes to programming knowledge. There were times when a Java developer could survive without much updating themself for years, but those days are gone. Today technology is evolving very fast, we need to sharpen our programming skills to stay relevant with the latest and greatest technology. I have listed some of the greatest youtube channels below that every Java Developer must spend time.

1. The official Devoxx conference YouTube channel

Devoxx is a developer community that organizes amazing Dev events. They also have an official website, you will find a lot of contents on Microservices, Micronaut, GraalVM, Qurkus, Kafka, Spring-Boot, Serverless, Tensorflow and much more. This is the number #1 on my list.

2. The InfoQ YouTube channel

The InfoQ focuses more on software development teams to adopt new technologies and practices. Great contents on Service Mesh, ML, DevOps, Event-Driven Architecture, Microservices and much more. This channel has been renamed several times.

3. GOTO Conferences YouTube channel

This is a very popular Swiss youtube channel. Great content on Software Architecture, DevOps, Programming Languages, Serverless programming, ML, Deep Learning, Blockchain, Security, Quantum Computing and etc.

4. The Official SpringDeveloper YouTube channel

Spring is the hope of millions of Java Developers. It is the most popular application development framework for enterprise Java™. Millions of developers use Spring to build simple, truly portable, fast and flexible JVM-based systems and applications. You will find a lot of content on Spring-Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Data Flow, and etc.

5. The Spring I/O conference channel

A great channel to know various practical applications of the Spring framework. A lot of useful content.

6. Great developers channels

There are also few great developers on youtube contributing a lot to the community. Here are some of them to specifically useful for any Java developer.

  • The Thoughts on Java – Good content on Hibernate and JPA.
  • TELUSKO – Java and it’s ecosystem tutorial.
  • Java Brains – Java and JavaScript Courses and Tutorials.
  • Edureka – Contents on the latest and greatest technologies.


I don’t want to bombard you with tons of channels, rather the best ones. Let me know how helpful these resources are. These channels motivate me to stay up to date.