InfoQ eMag: Java 8 (InfoQ)

 
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InfoQ eMag: Java 8 (InfoQ)

The Java 8 release shows how a language may be modernized without sacrificing stability or backward compatibility with new features like lambda expressions, streams, and the new Date and Time APIs.

In this eMag, InfoQ takes users on a tour of Java 8, examining how we got here and suggesting ways to proceed.

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(2014)
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PDF (46 pages, 4.1 MB)

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