In the second instalment of a two part series, Ted Neward explains how you can use lambda expressions to your advantage.
With Java 8 bringing some Scala-esque features to the JVM, we ponder over the future of the type-safe language.
In this JAXconf session, Ted Neward presents a handy guide for Java developers thinking of picking up the object-oriented and functional language Scala. In this presentation, Ted focuses on going “beyond” the syntax by tackling the hardest problem of learning a new language–thinking in that new language. Filming courtesy of Marakana Tech TV – marakana.com
As well as the big-name keynotes, there were tens of other sessions going on during the first day of JAX London.
Experts from across the Java ecosystem descend upon London to deliver some vital workshops on the latest hot topics. Sign up early to avoid disappointment
The NoSQL movement has stormed onto the development scene, and it’s left a few developers scratching their heads. In this session Ted examines the NoSQL ecosystem.
JAX London attendees get an introduction to concurrent code, BIRT, and architecturing the martial arts way!
Keith Braithwaite asks, ‘why is the Communist Manifesto like the Agile Manifesto?’ and Dalibor Topic talks about JDK 7.
JAX London celebrates its second ever event, by taking a closer look at Agile and Scala.
Take a look at what’s new in Lift 2.0, and watch Scala creator Martin Odersky’s keynote, in the second edition of JAXmag!