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Java 10 Could Bring Upgraded Lambdas by Abraham Marín Pérez Posted on Jan 17, 2017 2 Groovy 2.3 Released With Traits and Java 8 Support by Victor Grazi Posted on May 06, 2014 Java 8 On Track for March Release by Victor Grazi Posted on Jan 17, 2014 4
Java 8 Delayed to 2014 by Ongoing Security Woes by Victor Grazi Posted on Apr 24, 2013 2 Google Open Sources Leak Finder, a JavaScript Tool for Detecting Memory Leaks by Abel Avram Posted on Aug 09, 2012 2 Google+ Technological Details by Abel Avram Posted on Jul 13, 2011 4
Lambda Syntax Survey by Alex Blewitt Posted on Jun 10, 2011 25 First Version of Java Lambda Syntax Sparks Debate by Dio Synodinos Posted on Jun 03, 2010 18 Mark Reinhold on Closures for Java by Charles Humble Posted on Nov 25, 2009 4
JDK 7 Unexpectedly Gets “Simple” Closures, but is Pushed Back to End of 2010 by Dio Synodinos Posted on Nov 19, 2009 10 Java 7 Roadmap Updated: Reactions by Dio Synodinos Posted on Jan 02, 2009 15 Using Closures to Improve API Design and Usage by Jonathan Allen Posted on Sep 04, 2008 1
Interview: Neal Gafter Discusses Closures, Language Features and Optional Typing by Ryan Slobojan Posted on Aug 13, 2008 7 Parallelism with Fork/Join in Java 7 by R.J. Lorimer Posted on Mar 21, 2008 5 The state of the Lambda in Ruby 1.9 by Werner Schuster Posted on Jan 15, 2008 3
Closures and Preserving the Feel of Java by Geoffrey Wiseman Posted on Dec 19, 2007 16 Understanding the ActionScript Virtual Machine for Java Developers by Jon Rose Posted on Nov 13, 2007 The Dark Side of Closures by Jonathan Allen Posted on Sep 28, 2007 3
Catching up with Closures for Java by Geoffrey Wiseman Posted on Aug 29, 2007 14 Consensus Reached on Closure Proposals by Rob Thornton Posted on Apr 30, 2007 1 Java Closure Proposals Compared, JCA Position Paper Announced by Rob Thornton Posted on Apr 13, 2007 1
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InfoQ eMag: Java 8 The release of Java 8 was considered a game changer for the Java platform. With new features like lambda expressions, streams, and the new Date and Time APIs, the Java 8 demonstrates that a language can be modernized without compromising stability or backward compatibility. In this eMag we explore some of the important or lesser known features of Java 8, along with a glimpse of how we got here.
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