Sunday Jul 12, 2015

JDK 8 Massive Open, Free and Online Course: Lambdas and Streams – Starts July 14th 2015 Introduction by Simon Ritter

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Java SE 8 (JDK 8) introduced a fundamentally new way of programming in Java with the introduction of Lambda expressions.

Lambda provides a simple way to pass functionality as an argument to another method, such as what action should be taken when someone clicks a button, or how to sort a set of names. Lambda expressions enable you to do this, to treat functionality as a method argument, or code as data.

You may have heard about Lambda expressions, and are curious what impact it will have on you as a Java developer.

This course is designed to answer your questions and more.

Have you ever wondered what Lambda expressions are in Java?
Have you ever wanted to write parallel code in Java without worrying about threads and locking?
Have you ever wanted to process collections of data without using loops?
Have you ever wanted to do functional programming in Java?

All of these questions will be answered in this practical hands-on MOOC. This course introduces two major new changes to the Java platform: Lambda expressions and the Stream API. For details please visit the registration page here.

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Tuesday Mar 25, 2014

JDK8 Project is being built at jdk8.java.net

Schedule & Features OTN logo with Java 8 URL Java SE 8 is scheduled for release in March, 2014. The full schedule and feature list is available here.

Technical Articles Java SE 8 Date and Time by Ben Evans and Richard Warburton
Why do we need a new date and time library?

Oracle Nashorn: A Next-Generation JavaScript Engine for the JVM by Julien Ponge Scenarios for using Oracle Nashorn as a command-line tool and as an embedded interpreter in Java applications

Collection enhancements leveraging Lambda Expressions - or: How Java emulates SQL by Lucas Jellema
Lambdas introduce a powerful Inversion of Control in Java – allowing a clear and elegant distinction between the what [should be done] and how [should it be done]. Under certain circumstances Java is very similar to SQL! Read the complete article here.

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