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Java IO Benchmark: Quasar vs. Async ForkJoinPool vs. managedBlock

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“Arien got in touch with us on twitter after seeing the results of a parallelStreams and ForkJoin benchmark we ran. It piqued his interest so he ran some tests of his own, adding Quasar fibers to the mix. Here are his results and conclusions.” – Alex Zhitnitsky, Takipi Arien Kock is a Sr. Java Software Engineer. He enjoys stand-up comedy and used to be ...

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Really Too Bad that Java 8 Doesn’t Have Iterable.stream()

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This is one of the more interesting recent Stack Overflow questions: Why does Iterable not provide stream() and parallelStream() methods? At first, it might seem intuitive to make it straight-forward to convert an Iterable into a Stream, because the two are really more or less the same thing for 90% of all use-cases. Granted, the expert group had a strong ...

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Java.io in nutshell: 22 case studies

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This post attempts to cover a comprehensive set of operations in java.io. Compared with other books and blogs related to this topic, my motivation is to show “how-to” through case studies. As once a Java student, I realize the most effective way of learning a new program language is through examples: copy and paste a piece of codes, run it ...

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