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Collection creation and Immutability with Google Guava

So, thought I’d take a look at some of the collection creation patterns Guava offers, and also some of the Immutable collection types it offers. If you’ve not seen my previous ...
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Google Guava Multisets

Continuing this tour of Guava we get to the Multiset. I probably don’t use this as much as Multimaps or Bimaps, but it certainly does have it’s uses. So what’s a Multiset ...
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Google Guava BiMaps

Next up on my tour of Guava, is the BiMap, another useful collection type. It’s pretty simple really, a BiMap is simply a two way map. Inverting a Map A normal java map is a set ...
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Guava Splitter vs StringUtils

So I recently wrote a post about good old reliable Apache Commons StringUtils, which provoked a couple of comments, one of which was that Google Guava provides better mechanisms for ...
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Google Guava MultiMaps

Guava? This is the first in a series of posts where I’ll be attempting to explain and explore Google’s awesome Guava java library. I first came across Guava whilst searching ...
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Apache Commons Lang StringUtils

So, thought it’d be good to talk about another Java library that I like. It’s been around for a while and is not perhaps the most exciting library, but it is very very useful. ...
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Implicit Conversions in Scala

Following on from the previous post on operator overloading I’m going to be looking at Implicit Conversions, and how we can combine them to with operator overloading to do some ...
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