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Are remote jobs common for Java Backend (ex: Spring)?
I am an Android developer thinking of switching to java backend development, problem is remote work is top priority for me, how hard is it t...[comments]
27-09-2022 17:05:09 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Your experience with Java microservices vs monolith in the Cloud
I've been wondering what the general experience has been so far. I've started several apps with a microservice architecture and migrated a c...[comments]
26-09-2022 19:18:29 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
What are some more options or good practices for dynamic SQL query building?
This is a common problem. We as developers have to construct an API for some kind of search feature. This search takes in a variety of poten...[comments]
24-09-2022 18:11:48 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Subtle difference between lambda and method reference
So. Turns out there's a subtle difference between lambdas and method references. For instance, compare: `myInstance::getStuff` and `() -> my...[comments]
24-09-2022 02:41:09 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Best Java Books?
I've been learning Java for a few years now and here are some books which helped me a lot: []() Does anyone have any other good recommendati...[comments]
23-09-2022 19:01:04 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit
Apache ShenYu: Java Responsive API Gateway Announced as Apache Top-Level Project
The Apache Software Foundation has announced that Apache ShenYu, an asynchronous, high-performance, and responsive API Gateway for service p...[comments]
22-09-2022 20:03:00 reddit java (min. 40 likes) Reddit

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