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JavaOne- Lambdas Chops: Recipes for simpler more expressive code

October 4th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

“Lambdas Chops: Recipes for simpler more expressive code” Speaker: Ian Robertson slidehare.net/nainostrebor For more blog posts from JavaOne, see the table of contents Disclaimer: These are now the most performant way of doing things. If you have I/O or database code, it won’t be a significant difference. Did one slide review of lambdas as “test” […]

The 8 Nights of Java – Night 8

December 31st, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

It’s been a fun 8 Nights of Java, but alas, tonight is the final post. Java 8 added one of the most radical, most drastic changes to date, even bigger than Java 5 or Java 7: lambdas and streams! The writers of Java updated nearly every Java API to include lambda expression and stream-based methods. […]

java 8 – writing a timer

August 9th, 2014 by Jeanne Boyarsky

A member at CodeRanch asked a question that prompted me to write a qucik program to determine which of two String operations were faster. This is the first time my instinct was to use Java 8 functionality to do it. The interesting features: Uses Instant and Duration instead of System.currentTimeMillis(). Uses functional programming to pass […]