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Java 8 StringJoiner

At the release of Java 8 the most attention went to the Lamda’s, the new Date API and the Nashorn Javascript engine. In the shade of these, there are smaller but also interesting changes. Amongst them is the introduction of a StringJoiner. The StringJoiner is a utility to delimit a list of characters or strings. You may recognize the code below: ...

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

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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One Jar To Rule Them All: Arquillian + Java 8

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With Java 8, a lot of new language improvements have been implemented for making life of developer easier. In my opinion, one of the greatest things it has Java 8 is that in some situations developed code looks more beautiful that using prior approaches, and I am referring in Lambdas and Method references. This post is not about learning these ...

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Java SE 8 new features tour: Traversing, filtering, processing collection, & methods enhancements with Lambda

In this article of the “Java SE 8 new features tour” series, we will deep dig into explanation, and exploring the code, on how to traverse the collections using lambda expression and with method references, filtering them with predicate interface, implementing default methods in interfaces, and finally implementing static methods in interfaces. In the previous article “Functional programming with Lambda ...

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First Java 8 Experience

Like the rest of the world, I fell deeply in love with Slack. Why? Lot of reasons, but the main one is it provides a new means of really building the SDLC process around communication rather than tools. Which do you think is more common these days, the team of disorganized nitwits meandering around in the wilderness unable to execute ...

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Java 8 Streams: Micro Katas

A programming kata is an exercise which helps a programmer hone his skills through practice and repetition. This article is part of the series Java Tutorial Through Katas. The article assumes that the reader already has experience with Java, that he is familiar with the basics of unit tests and that he knows how to run them from his favorite ...

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Spring Boot / Java 8 / Tomcat 8 on Openshift with DIY

DIY cartridge is an experimental cartridge that provides a way to test unsupported languages on OpenShift. It provides a minimal, free-form scaffolding which leaves all details of the cartridge to the application developer. This blog post illustrates the use of Spring Boot / Java 8 / Tomcat 8 application with PostgreSQL service bound to it. Creating new application Prerequisite Before ...

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Let’s Stream a Map in Java 8 with jOOλ

I wanted to find an easy way to stream a Map in Java 8. Guess what? There isn’t! What I would’ve expected for convenience is the following method:                   public interface Map<K, V> { default Stream<Entry<K, V>> stream() { return entrySet().stream(); } } But there’s no such method. There are probably a ...

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Don’t Miss out on Writing Java 8 SQL One-Liners with jOOλ or jOOQ

More and more people are catching up with the latest update to our platform by adopting functional programming also for their businesses. At Data Geekery, we’re using Java 8 for our jOOQ integration tests, as using the new Streams API with lambda expressions makes generating ad-hoc test data so much easier. However, we don’t feel that the JDK offers as ...

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