Filter collections with Predicates and transform them with Functions using the Guava library.
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Java doesn't support multi-dimensional array in true sense, they are actually array... more »
A self-contained DSL executor that allows you to package your "syntax"... more »
Java's Pattern class supports matching various Unicode scripts with \p. It can be... more »
In this tutorial we will discuss about SecurityException in Java. This exception is... more »
Yesterday's announcement states that PSU releases (which are really CPU+ releases)... more »
"Most devs I know do their Maven builds from the command line (using Eclipse as... more »
One of the useful concept to learn in Java is formatting e.g. formatting numbers,... more »
The following example is using the JBoss BPM HR Employee Rewards process project as... more »
Java 9 is fast approaching, and with more features being added rapidly, we decided... more »
In this blog post we use JHades to troubleshoot problems in our classpath.
This post says the reason for not having java code in JSP files. i.e., the reasons... more »
My take on the latest upgrade to JArchitect 4.
The features, the highlights and the stories of seven helpful tools that every Java developer should know.
Finally a method of accessing the hbm2ddl package in Hibernate from Play Framework... more »
Hierarchical roles offer a lot more flexibility than simple roles. See how to... more »
Tim Fox about the design principles and motivation behind Vert.x and why we are heading for a reactive future.
In this part of the beginner's guide to Hazelcast, we look at the logging... more »
Dependency Injection is a widely used software design pattern in Java (and many other... more »
When field access mode is used, JPA directly reads the state values from the fields... more »
NetBeans offers platform independance, easy installation, a lot of plugins, and many... more »
First and foremost, you now have access to the history of your JVMs.
Locks were introduced to provide finer control on locking and unlocking on JDK 1.5,... more »
As you might be aware, the initial wave of Java EE 8 JSRs are now launched, including... more »
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