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eclipse and line wrapping

July 2nd, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Last month, a co-worker referenced an Eclipse setting that I wish I’ve known about for years. ¬†With streams, I typically indent code like: Then I’d let Eclipse format the code and it would turn into a one (or two) line wall of text. I’ve been “solving” that problem by adding comments before some of the […]

java @ speed: making the most of modern hardware – live blogging from qcon

June 26th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Java @Speed – Making the most of modern hardware Speaker: Gil Tene See the list of all blog posts from the conference duct tape engineering should only be done when absolutely necessary We think of speed as a number. But it’s not a quality without a context. Are you fast when you deploy? When at […]

java evolution of eclipse collections – live blogging from qcon

June 26th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

The Java Evolution of Eclipse Collections Speaker: Kristen O’Leary See the list of all blog posts from the conference Eclipse Collections was once GS (Goldman Sachs) Collections Memory efficient collections framework Open sourced in 2012 Java 8 8.0 compatible with Java 8+ Extend Java 8 Functional Interfaces New APIs – ex: reduceInPlace Optional RichIteratable.detectWith() used […]