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Coffee and Code Sealed Classes in Java 17

Sealed classes are classes that permit only specific classes to extend them, as a result limiting extensibility. Sealed classes provide several benefits such as: additional modularization, could be used to develop internal classes, could be used to develop proprietary software.

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Deepak Vohra
Girl Coding New JVM Features in JDK 11

Java SE 11 is a recent LTS (Long Term Support) version of Java. Java 11 has introduced several other (non-language features), some of which we’ll discuss in this article. 

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Deepak Vohra
Privacy 7 Things to Know In 2021 about the New Privacy Laws Changing the Web

In the past few years, we’ve experienced rapid changes in the online privacy landscape. Here are 7 key things everyone should know today regarding privacy on the Web.

 

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Daniel Quintero
Calculator Cutting Cloud Costs with Spot Instances on AWS and Azure

Short-term spot instances can save users up to 90 percent compared to regular on-demand instances.  How do you know if they are right for you?

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Gilad David Maayan
Computer with code New JVM and Other Libs Features in Java 15

Each new version of the OpenJDK (Java Developer Kit) includes some language features and some non-language JVM (Java Virtual Machine), core-libs, and other libs-related features. Here, we’ll discuss some of the non-language new features in the upcoming OpenJDK 15.

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Deepak Vohra
Flowing Water Using Pipelines for CI/CD

Continuous integration and continuous deployment have become very important in the daily workflow of building a product to production. We take a look at the stages necessary to have a well-functioning CI/CD pipeline.

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John Agbanusi
Frustrated Customer And Now a Word from (One of) Your Customers…

A plea to software product owners to avoid adding buggy features or making capricious changes to your GUI. Quality matters, remember?

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Payson Hall
Records Records in Java 14 for Concise Data Carriers

In this article, we explore a preview language feature in Java 14 that improves the design of data carriers, making them simple, concise, and agile.

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Deepak Vohra