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Crazy Translations of Simple SQL Expressions to Various SQL Dialects

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Fast File System Operations with Xtend, Lambdas, and ThreadPools

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Brian Goetz’s Final State of the Lambda Documentation

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This Beats Everything: Koding in the Cloud

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10 Subtle Best Practices when Coding Java

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How schema meta data impacts Oracle query transformations

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Java Streams Preview vs .Net High-Order Programming with LINQ

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Edwin DalorzoIn today’s post I want to share with you a comparison that I did this weekend between the high-order programming features from LINQ and those being incorporated into the new Java 8 streams API.  It is important to highlight that the Java Stream API is still work in progress. I have been downloading and building the source code of Project Lambda for almost a year now and I have seen how the API evolves over time, but the improvements are more frequent as we approach the general availability date (planed for September 2013).

Before I delve into the comparisons, I must say that as of today, the current implementation of the Java Stream API is far away from all the high-order programming functionality offered by LINQ. It has already been announced in the mailing list that there was not going to be enough time for all improvements…

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