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Don't be intimidated by the prospect of doing functional programming in Java. This step-by-step example will help you learn basic Java lambda syntax quickly and effectively.
If you haven't used lambda expressions before, you might be wondering what the fuss is all about. After all, at the most basic level, they're nothing more than a new, somewhat simpler way to ...
What is a 'lambda function' and more importantly, where did the term 'lambda expression' come from? Here we look at the basics of lambda functions in Java and computer science.
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We explore the idea of reactive systems and learn how they are designed.
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Red Hat’s chief trainer explores how developers can do a better job of keeping up with new tools.
Katie Stern, GM of the Game Developers Conference weighs in on what is in store for the future of VR development.
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The Ballerina language, promises to streamline integration development for enterprise apps.
The JavaOne conference is no more, but that doesn’t mean we can’t lament its death at the new Oracle Code One conference in San Francisco.
From Jenkins pipelines written in Groovy, to cloud native applications written using the Eclipse MicroProfile, there is plenty to be excited about at the conference that was once called JavaOne. ...
If Oracle Code One 2018 is your first time attending a major software conference, it will serve you well to follow some sage advice and insights from a veteran attendee of past JavaOne and Oracle ...