Java 8 Date & Time

September 1, 2015 | 1 minute read
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Want to learn the intricacies of the new Java 8 Date and Time API? Learn how to simplify your programming of date and time and use Java 8 Date and Time API. In the next VTS, Simon Ritter discusses how the previous APIs treated the date and time and explains the much need improvements of the new API. For example, the classes java.util.Date and SimpleDateFormatter were not thread-safe.

Java 8 introduced the JSR 310, Date and Time API, which is based on the very popular open source Joda time API. The new Java library handles the format and schedule of time and date in a much more intuitive and flexible way. Simon explains in detail how to use the new API with different formats for setting future dates, dealing with time zones, adding temporal adjustors and much more.

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Yolande Poirier

Yolande Poirier manages the online experience for the world's biggest IT community. She empowers developers to successfully grow their projects, businesses, and careers. Telling the story of how people use technology, she curates technical content, interviews IT professionals around the world, and write blogs about Java technologies and projects. She is a speaker at international conferences and JavaOne Rock Star, this year's track lead of the developer community day and a long time member of @jduchess, a network of women in Java. She manages @Java, a network of over 350,000 developer enthusiasts.


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