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September 15, 2019
If you're in San Francisco for Oracle Code One 2019, here are 10 sessions to visit to make the most out of your conference experience and chat with TheServerSide's Cameron McKenzie.
September 12, 2019
There's a lot to digest at Oracle Code One 2019. Here's some sage advice from a conference veteran to make the most out of your experience in San Francisco.
March 07, 2019
Red Hat's Quarkus project aims to raise Java up to the cloud and update the popular programming language for cloud-based computing situations and projects.
February 19, 2019
Interested in Java functional programming? The first place you need to start, especially if you use the Streams API, is with this Java Function interface example.
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Once an afterthought in the Java community, Microsoft has seemingly overtaken IBM as the preeminent advocate among developers at the Oracle Code One conference. Continue Reading
Word in the Java community is that it is slowly becoming outdated. Some beg to differ, including those who suggest that COBOL is the dying language. Continue Reading
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