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Java Best Practices – Vector vs ArrayList vs HashSet

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Continuing our series of articles concerning proposed practices while working with the Java programming language, we are going to perform a performance comparison between the three probably most used Collection implementation classes. To make things more realistic we are going to test against a multi–threading environment so as to discuss and demonstrate how to utilize Vector, ArrayList and/or HashSet for ...

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Java Best Practices – High performance Serialization

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Continuing our series of articles concerning proposed practices while working with the Java programming language, we are going to discuss and demonstrate how to utilize Object Serialization for high performance applications. All discussed topics are based on use cases derived from the development of mission critical, ultra high performance production systems for the telecommunication industry. Prior reading each section of ...

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Java Best Practices – DateFormat in a Multithreading Environment

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This is the first of a series of articles concerning proposed practices while working with the Java programming language. All discussed topics are based on use cases derived from the development of mission critical, ultra high performance production systems for the telecommunication industry. Prior reading each section of this article it is highly recommended that you consult the relevant Java ...

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