Many people have tried to bring LINQ to Java. But can’t the Java community get along just fine without it?
Java 8 did well to steal ideas from Scala, but here’s a list of sweet Ceylon programming features that Java developers can still only dream about.
OpenJDK has released a sneak peek of Java 9 with basic improvements for early adopters
Lukas Eder reiterates why ORM is out, and why it’s time to ditch the dogma and embrace a new functional programming approach.
Whilst we can offer a pretty hefty wedge of Java goodness, the vast and bottomless depths of the internet hold plenty more besides. Lukas Eder cuts the wheat from the chaff.
Mark Reinhold announces gear shift from explorative stages to creation of production-quality design and implementation for Jigsaw in Java 9.
What can go wrong with your app when you’re working with Java 8? Well, when using the Streams API, quite a bit actually.
Java 8 will bring a lot of new traction into last decades DSL debate. Lukas Eder wades in to the fray.
ZeroTurnaround CEO Jevgeni Kabanov give JAXenter the full story on nifty new tool XRebel, the always-on interactive Java profiler.
Gil Tene explains why hed like to see wider participation in putting together final Java builds, and why were going to see some overuse of certain Java 8 features.
With concerns over security of the platform lingering, Microsoft report urges Java users to put updating to Java 8 at the forefront of their agenda.
Prompted by JUnit GitHub issue #706, Lukas Eder ponders a new method proposal.
With Java 8, API design is definitely more interesting, but also more complex, with additional functional aspects to consider. Here are some things to ponder.
Java may not have the “cool” clout of node.js – but, as Lukas Eder argues, it’s more important to think long-term, putting things like backwards-compatibility to the fore.