Java Concurrency LiveLessons, Second Edition teaches you how to develop high-quality concurrent software applications and reusable frameworks through the use of patterns, object-oriented design and functional programming techniques, and Java language features, including Java 8 lambda expressions, parallel streams, and completable futures.
Work takes time to flow through an organization and ultimately be deployed to production where it captures value. It’s critical to reduce time-to-production. Software is a competitive advantage for many organizations and industries.
Production debugging is hard, and it’s getting harder. With architectures becoming more distributed and code more asynchronous, pinpointing and resolving errors in production is no child's game. This session will cover advanced techniques that Java, Scala and Clojure developers can use to debug live servers and resolve critical errors in production quickly.We'll explore five crucial techniques for distributed and reactive logging, and some of the pitfalls that make resolution much more difficult (and even lead to downtime). We'll then dive into more advanced techniques and powerful tools for capturing live state from a production JVM without deploying new code, restarting the application or attaching a debugger.
Many Java developers today are working on applications written before the release of Java SE 8. Even after Java 8 is adopted for new features, it’s likely that these legacy applications will not take full advantage of Java 8 without significant refactoring.
With Java used in everything from smartphones and game consoles to robots, massive enterprise systems, and supercomputers, it continues to be one of the most important languages you can learn. The four segments of this Learning Path will take you from absolute beginner to competent (and confident) practitioner.
Java 5 introduced generics capabilities to the language, and for most developers, simply knowing that collections were typed was enough to get them through the day. However, one look at the standard library in Java 8 tells you those days are over. To be an effective Java developer now, you must understand the details of generics and how they are used in Java 8. Designed for the intermediate level Java user, this video explores how generic classes and methods are defined, how they enforce bounded types through wildcards, and how you can use them in your own code.
The Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) is a collection of technologies and APIs for the Java platform designed to support large-scale, distributed, transactional, and highly available applications that support mission-critical business requirements. This Learning Path gives you a hands-on introduction to Java EE 7 and some of the most popular and useful APIs, tools, and services for building applications in Java EE.
You're a Java developer who has heard of Scala and maybe now you’re being asked to work on Scala code. Concerned?
Database programming and design are core competencies expected of every Java programmer. This code-oriented course moves you toward competency by providing a detailed overview of how to program for the two most common types of database systems used today: The traditional relational RDBMS systems (e.g. Oracle, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL) and the now popular non-relational NoSQL systems (e.g. Mongo DB and Apache Cassandra).