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#java 8

What happens *after* Oracle relinquishes their leadership

Now’s the time to get involved with JDK 8u

“OpenJDK is the future of Java,” Rich Sharples told us earlier this week. So if this is the case (and we think it is!), you should get involved with OpenJDK as soon as possible. And if you’re interested in the continuation of JDK 8 after Oracle relinquishes their leadership, now’s the time to have a say in the development of JDK 8u.

Efficient, not lazy!

Are Java 8 streams truly lazy? Not completely!

It’s time to talk about Java 8 streams. Are they actually a sign of lazy coding? In this article, Java champion Lukas Eder explains why they are important and why you should filter first, map later.

Taking Speedment for a spin

Creating database content with Java 8

Per Minborg, founder and CTO at the Speedment AB, reminisces about the old (Java) days when people were experimenting with Java and databases and paves the way for Speedment, the Java 8 Open Source project which can be used to extract Java code from existing database schemas without trouble and directly start coding applications.

“Do more, more easily”

Jooby: A micro web framework for Java 8

Jooby is a (relatively) new micro web framework inspired by express.js, which in line with the slogan by its creator Edgar Espina “do more, more easily” emphasizes the strengths of Java and would like to iron out its weaknesses.