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I have recently just finished an upgrade of the JavaSE 7 hands on labs that we conduct at Oracle Technical Network Java Developer Days. One of the objectives of the lab is to teach the attendees about the new JavaSE 7 features from Project Coin and NIO2. The other, somewhat subtle objective, is to introduce the NetBeans IDE and it's refactoring capabilities. Additionally, with the recent JavaSE 6 end of updates announcement it is a good time to share some refactoring hints to others that might be thinking of upgrading their code when as they upgrade to JavaSE 7.

Posted by brinkleyr  |   Mar 14 2013 / 20:58

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