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Archive for the tag "stream"

JavaOne – Streams in JDK 8

October 4th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

“Streams in Java 8 – The good, the bad & the ugly” Speaker: Simon Ritter & Stuart Marks [Simon has the Twtter handle @speakjava; very cool] For more blog posts from JavaOne, see the table of contents Need to think differently. We are used to imperative programming with loops and variables. Dealing wih exceptions ugly […]

refactoring legacy code for java 8

June 25th, 2016 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I asked a teammate at CodeRanch if I could use a method he wrote to show how it could be written more clearly/succinctly in Java 8. He said yes. This is the original method. It is 95 lines and¬†has a cyclomatic¬†complexity of 27. First step – write unit tests First, I wrote unit tests for […]

java 8 stream performance – maurice naftalin – qcon

June 10th, 2015 by Jeanne Boyarsky

This is part of my live blogging from QCon 2015. See my QCon table of contents for other posts. See http://www.lambdafaq.org Background He started with background on streams. (This is old news by now, but still taking some notes). The goals were to bring a functional style to Java and “explicit but unobtrusive” hardware parallelism. […]