Is Lambda affecting your Java performance?

Java champion Adam Bien discusses how Project Lambda is impacting Java performance.

Is Project Lambda and the introduction of default interface methods breaking the Java performance? Will the desire to move to various polyglot programming languages such as Scala and Groovy diminish as newer versions of the Java programming language improve both readability and their ability to handle large data collections? In this second installment of TheServerSide's discussion with Adam Bien, the Java Champion addresses these very issues, providing his insights on the impact version 8 of the JDK will have on the enterprise development community.

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