Posts Tagged: java streams

Nicer implementations using Java streams

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I am not entirely sold on the performance of the Java streams but I will accept they are getting much better compared to the first cut, we now have parallel streams and all sorts, and also it provides a (nicer) functional approach to coding. I’m not going to go into the whole dispute of whether […]

Parallel : Groovy and Java Streams

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This is something that every now and then I have to do: check whether either one or all elements of a collection meet a certain criteria.¬†The standard code initially in Java involved a for loop and iterating through the collection explicitly and checking the condition at each step. Then Apache Commons came on with their […]

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Of Java Streams … Again!

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I just went again through this JAX London write-up (read more here: http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/10/jax-london-2015-round-up) and thought it was worth some more thoughts from me. As you might recall, I have touched before on the subject of Java 8 streams in this blog post back in Sep/2014. The thing that puzzled me back then was the fact […]

Find in Array — Java 8 Style

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Java 8 has added support for parallel processing arrays — as I’m sure most of you know. There are lots of official release documents from Oracle talking about how employing these parallel methods and classes improves speed of your application — and as to be expected, there are lots of bloggers who set off to […]