Learn to use and understand the main new features coming with Java 8. With lots of examples!

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Become at ease with Java 8

13 Jan , 2018  

 

Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of the Java programming language
 
Description

The Java engineering team has been busy for years to see the shortcomings in the earlier versions of Java. Every 2 to 3 years a new and improved version is released, each time mixing proven concepts from other programming languages and the strengths of Java itself.
Java 8 (codename Spider) was released in March 2014 with a vast number of language updates.

Get yourself up-to-date in this course with all the new and great features this version of Java has to offer:

Lambas and function references
Streams for functional programming
* Default methods for more flexibility when evolving APIs
* Using Optional to create awareness around null-values in your APIs
* The new Date/Time API to cope with all the past issues of handling time

The course is based on a lot of examples, to help you understand as easily as possible the issues that were addressed with Java 8. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Software engineers looking for a brief update of the Java 8 features

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