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JavaOne 2012: The Road to Lambda

One of the presentations I most eagerly anticipated for JavaOne 2012 was Brian Goetz‘s ‘The Road to Lambda.’ The taste of Lambda at last night’s Technical Keynote ...
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JavaOne 2012: How Do Non-Blocking Data Structures Work?

I was a little surprised when I looked at my schedule for today and noted that all of the sessions I have currently planned to see today are in the Hilton. This became a little less ...
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JavaOne 2012: JavaOne Technical Keynote

Mark Reinhold started off the JavaOne 2012 Technical Keynote. He said this year’s edition would be a little different because it would use largely the same example to illustrate ...
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JavaOne 2012: Java Strategy Keynote and IBM Keynote

I had a rough start to JavaOne 2012 similar to that at JavaOne 2010. It took 70 minutes for the people handling the check-in to provide me with a JavaOne badge due to ‘computer ...
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Google Guava v07 examples

We have something called Weekly Technology Workshops at TouK, that is, every Friday at 16:00 somebody has a presentation for everyone willing to come. We present stuff we learn and ...
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Observer Design Pattern in Java

‘Don’t call us, we’ll call you’… that’s the Hollywood OO (Object Oriented) Principle and it’s exactly what the Observer pattern is about. In ...
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Java Code Quality Tools – Overview

Recently, I had a chance to present the subject at the local IT community meetup. Here is the basic presentation: Java Code Quality Tools    and more ...
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Does Immutability really means Thread Safety?

I have often read articles telling “If an object is immutable, it is thread safe”. Actually, I have never found an article that convinces me that immutable means thread safety. ...
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Test Driven Traps, part 2

The Story of a Unit in Unit Tests In the previous part of this article, you could see some bad, though popular, test samples. But I’m not a professional critic (also ...
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Checked and unchecked exceptions in Java

Java has two types of exceptions – checked and unchecked. In short – checked are meant for cases when the developer can reasonably recover from the exception, while unchecked exceptions ...
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