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Is it weird for a job to start new projects in Java 8?
My first job was at a large, non-tech company. We used Java 13, Spring Boot 2.6.5, and had a ticket to look into upgrading to Java 17 right ...[comments]
11-08-2022 12:56:04 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
I made a java client for the todoist api
Hey everyone, for those of you unfamiliar with Todoist, it's a to do list and task manager that can be used to construct custom workflows fo...[comments]
09-08-2022 17:29:42 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
.NET Dev here: What is the general practice for asynchronous programming in Java?
Hey, /r/java! I'm a long-suffering .NET developer that's getting up and running with the Java ecosystem and Spring Boot. Something I have re...[comments]
07-08-2022 15:42:20 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
I made an ancient Hebrew programming language to make coding holier (feedback is appreciated)
Hello everyone! I recently observed that many languages sometimes profess themselves as "God's programming language" (e.g. Lisp, C, and othe...[comments]
06-08-2022 19:41:10 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
I'm tired of static factory methods
Why can't we just have normal, simple constructors anymore? Every new JDK feature uses those annoying "of(value)", "newAbcd()", "of()". In s...[comments]
05-08-2022 11:50:27 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit

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