Former Java Magazine editor Andrew Binstock reviews an updated classic work that’s great for all coders.
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Just because you can break the rules, doesn’t mean you should break the rules—unless you have a good reason.
Overloaded methods must be valid, and all ambiguities must be resolved.
Java control statements can be confusing to learn and use correctly.
Parentheses make a real difference in the results of an evaluation.
You’re tasked with moving an application to JPMS. What’s the command line?
Microservice applications present special testing challenges.
The consumer interface can be confusing, even for advanced coders.
Predicate interfaces can be complicated, so be careful when working out the results.