The inexpensive single-board computer works great with Java, making hardware development as easy as traditional software development.
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How to use Flink’s built-in complex event processing engine for real-time streaming analytics
Modern developers have access to hardware of never-before-seen power. Here’s how to leverage Concurnas, a new JVM programming language, to unlock that power.
One of the cornerstones of any well-written application is good performance, and that often means being able to run two or more tasks at the same time in parallel.
Follow these dozen best practices to protect your applications against ugly null pointer exceptions—and make your code more readable and concise.
From space exploration to genomics, from reverse compilers to robotic controllers, Java is at the heart of today’s world. Here are a few of the countless Java apps that stand out from the crowd.
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Twenty-five years of Java development saw many innovations in languages, libraries, tooling, and runtimes. Tell us what you think matters most.
New features such as the ability to define test execution order and run tests in parallel make this an important release.
Everyone cares about best practices, but worst practices can sometimes be more illuminating.
Just because you can break the rules, doesn’t mean you should break the rules—unless you have a good reason.
Microservice applications present special testing challenges.
Improvements and new features make JUnit 5 compelling.
Building a simple, reliable messaging service
Get a stream of high-volume data points about your running app.
Java 14 contains more new features than the previous two releases—most of them aimed at easing coding.