In my former post about a “CDI issue using GlassFish”  I talked about a problem which seems to be widely spread . So far, I recognized a lot of visits, and some people reported similar problems in their comments. Beside the possible solution I described in my blog, memory tuning seemed to help. Read my recent comment of this blog entry .
I recently visited the German conference for parallel programming. Read my report  (German).
 Parallel2014 – klein, aber fein
JSF 2.2 comes in conjunction with EL 3.0. This version of the expression language offers a rarely known highlight: It is capable of using lambda expressions and streams. Even thought defined withing the Jave EE 7 spec (and not Java 8), you can still use these cool features! Continue reading
Due to less time, I sadly could only contribute a small amount to NetBeans 8. Following is the report, I received today. Get inspired to contribute too.
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Java 8 introduced some impressive new features. Lambdas in conjunction with Streams finally support a functional style of programming.
But, unlike LINQ of the .NET world, there is no operator to join streams. Thus, I tried to join streams manually. My approach is to use second a stream in a lambda expression within a map operation. Other options are thinkable. Continue reading