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Reviewing feedback on patterns in switch (Brian Goetz)
[From Brian](): We've previewed patterns in `switch` for two rounds, and have received some feedback. Overall, things work quite well, but t...[comments]
26-01-2022 03:39:53 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
New generation of Java programers
It seems universities, bootcamps and self learners mostly go with either Python or JavaScript. On the other hand, the Java ecosystem seems t...[comments]
24-01-2022 10:22:07 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Opinions on using Optional<> as parameter
I like using Optional<> to return values that may be null but today I saw people using them to accept parameters that may be null, if the pa...[comments]
24-01-2022 02:19:38 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
.NET (Core) developer, looking for Java starting point for web applications
Hi. I am a .NET (C#) developer, looking to transition into the Java world. I would like some pointers on where to begin. When starting to re...[comments]
21-01-2022 21:05:22 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Suggestion: completely disable serialization and JNDI in your application
**TLDR** Add the following two lines to your application to completely disable serialization and JNDI across the entire JVM, to protect your...[comments]
21-01-2022 06:25:03 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit

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