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Lazy sequences implementation for Java 8

I just published LazySeq library on GitHub – result of my Java 8 experiments recently. I hope you will enjoy it. Even if you don’t find it very useful, it’s still ...
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Java 8: Definitive guide to CompletableFuture

Java 8 is coming so it’s time to study new features. While Java 7 and Java 6 were rather minor releases, version 8 will be a big step forward. Maybe even too big? Today I will ...
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JDK 8’s Calendar.Builder

One of the defining characteristics of the brave new world of Java is the increasing prevalence of the builder pattern in the Java space. Groovy, which appears to be the most popular ...
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A simple application of Lambda Expressions in Java 8

I have been trying to fit in lambda expressions in the code I write and this simple example is a consequence of the same. For those totally unaware of Lambda Expressions in Java, I ...
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JDK 8 Javadoc Tweaked For Methods Listings

Since it’s beginning, Javadoc output has been largely static HTML with navigation links and simple stylesheet styling of its appearance. Java SE 7 saw the first significant change ...
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On Java 8’s introduction of Optional

I had recently discovered the JDK 8′s addition of the Optional type. The Optional type is a way to avoid NullPointerException, as API consumers that get Optional return values from ...
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Predicate and Consumer Interface in java.util.function package in Java 8

In my previous post I wrote about Function interface which is part of java.util.package. I also mentioned about Predicate interface which is part of the same package and in this post ...
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Function interface – A functional interface in the java.util.function package in Java 8

I had previously written about functional interfaces and their usage. If you are exploring the APIs to be part of Java 8 and especially those APIs which support lambda expressions you ...
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Java 8 Lambdas – The missing link to moving away from Java

I learnt functional programming, but then I decided I liked imperative programming better so I switched back. — Nobody, ever Moving from imperative programming to functional programming ...
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Extracting the elements of the Java Collection- The Java 8 way

We all have extensively used Collection classes like List, Map and their derived versions. And each time we used them we had to iterate through them to either find some element or update ...
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