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Author Archives: Rodrigo Sasaki

Rodrigo is a certified Java Programmer. He has worked in a variety of different domains, but always focused on the Java Platform. Developing applications as his work, and also as a hobby. He's an amateur guitarist, an eternal student and also blogs a thing or two in his free time.

Java’s Reflection API


If you have ever asked yourself questions like these: – “How do I invoke a method, having only it’s name in a String?” – “How do I list all the attributes in a class dynamically?” – “How do I write a method that resets the state of any given object to default values?” Then you have probably already heared of ...

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How does Scala work it’s Magic?


Hello everyone, today we’re gonna talk a little about the said “automagics” of Scala, how it does what it does, and generates Java code in the end. Because if you think about it, if all that it does is generate Java classes, then we should just do it directly with Java right? Wrong. I’m not going to go really deep ...

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