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Java Lambda Expressions

A lambda expression is a piece of code that is giving an alternative way to the anonymous class to pass the function as a parameter to other subsequent flows of code such as methods, constructors, etc.. In this approach, a function can be referenced with a variable and passed as a reference to be executed in a subsequent flow of code execution.

Category: Beginners Java
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Spring Cloud Config Refresh Strategies

In this article, we will focus on how to refresh the configuration data fetched from the Spring Cloud Config Server.

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Centralize The Configuration of Services With Spring Cloud Config

In this article, we will look over the Spring Cloud Config project which is one of the main projects under Spring Cloud and that’s mainly designed for centralizing the application configuration.

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Top 12 String Programs For Your Next Java Interview

In this article, I have given top 12 Java String Interview programs with its output.

Category: Java
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Top 20 Java String Interview Questions And Answers

In this article, I am covering the top 20 Java String Interview Questions. After reading this article, you will be ready to rock the String part of your Java Interview.

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Guide to Control Flow Statements in Java

Control flow statements are an important part of any programming language. This article is your complete guide to control flow statements in Java.

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Organize Your Java Code Using Packages

In this article, you are going to learn how packages help you to organize your code in a better way.

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Hunting Down and Fixing Memory Leaks in Java

Memory leaks can be difficult to detect, and even harder to get rid of if you don't know what to be on the lookout for. In this post, we explore the different tools you can use to find and fix them.

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Memory Leaks in Java: A Cautionary Tale and Gentle Introduction to Preventing Memory Errors

What are memory leaks? Should you worry about them? How do you detect them and how can you get rid of them? This article covers various techniques for eliminating memory leaks in your Java application

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Benchmark Java Applications using JMH

In this article, we will introduce JMH as a tool to benchmark your Java applications. We will discuss on how to leverage JMH for performance insights of your Java application.

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