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How antipatterns taint modern software

To go along with acronyms like TAGRI and YAGNI, we'd like to add YAGNTI: You ain't gonna need that interface. Learn why that applies to JavaOne 2016.

JavaOne 2016 sets its sights on Java 9 enhancements

With no particularly new announcements surrounding the Java platform, JavaOne 2016 has a more subdued feel than conferences in years past.

Reactive programming a key aspect of the next Java EE platform

If we learned one thing from the JavaOne 2016 keynotes, it's that the Java EE platform is built to enable reactive programming.

The future of Java promises a cleaner, more readable syntax

Java has always been derided as being too verbose, especially when compared with languages like Groovy or Scala. But, according to Brian Goetz, that's all about to change after Java 9.

JShell brings simplicity at JavaOne 2016

At JavaOne 2016, Oracle's chief architect of the Java platform group, Mark Reinhold, discusses the addition of JShell. Learn why he's excited.

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