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Code Examples for the book "On Java 8"

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Bruce Eckel’s Programming Blog

Dec 24, 2019 — 4 minute read — Comments

For Atomic Kotlin, I’ve been struggling with an “atom” (very small chapter) during the last couple of months. It’s on object-oriented design, and it brought up a lot of feelings I’ve had for quite awhile about some of the various maxims and design guidelines that have appeared in recent decades, since OO became mainstream. I couldn’t quite put my finger on what bothered me about these design ideas. Then @codingunicorn did it for me by writing a post called Flexible code considered harmful.

Oct 14, 2019 — 1 minute read — Comments

A recent interview with The Six Figure Developer podcast. I talk about how much I’m enjoying the design of Kotlin while writing Atomic Kotlin and also my experiment with creating a “Teal” software consulting firm.

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Aug 30, 2019 — 4 minute read — Comments

The recent developer retreat took place August 20-26th. We arranged it because my friend Luciano Ramalho (Thoughtworker and author of the best-selling Fluent Python) was doing a multi-stop trip to the US (from his native Brazil) and had a gap in his schedule, so he wanted to come to Crested Butte and have a retreat. This seems to have become a pattern: someone I know would like to come here, and we end up organizing a retreat around their trip.

Aug 29, 2019 — 1 minute read — Comments

This is the presentation I gave at the Geecon conference in Krakow, Poland last May:

Sep 16, 2018 — 4 minute read — Comments

The Hugo static-site generator can work with data files in the form of JSON, yaml or toml. If you place these in the data directory you can access them within Hugo templates (including Hugo shortcodes, which are called directly from a Markdown file) by saying .Site.Data. , and then use the contents as part of your static-site build. This feature came in handy for the AtomicKotlin.com site, because the ebook deployment service I’m using (Stepik.

Sep 6, 2018 — 4 minute read — Comments

I’ve been experimenting with different forms of events for many years now. Mostly this has been in the form of self-organizing conferences, but in recent years I’ve tried going further, to even less structure. I’ve held a number of “developer retreats” where we had a theme that everyone focused on, and those have been quite interesting and valuable. To be honest, what I really wanted to try with the developer retreats is zero structure.

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On Java 8 is designed for someone with a basic foundation in programming. For beginners, web sites like Code.org and Khan Academy can provide at least some of that background, along with the Thinking in C seminar freely available at the OnJava8 Site.

Services like YouTube, blogs and StackOverflow have made finding answers ridiculously easy compared to just a few years ago On Java 8 is designed for someone with a basic foundation in programming. For beginners, web sites like Code.org and Khan Academy can provide at least some of that background, along with the Thinking in C seminar freely available at the OnJava8 Site.

Services like YouTube, blogs and StackOverflow have made finding answers ridiculously easy compared to just a few years ago when we relied on print media.

Combine these with perseverance, and you can use this book as your first programming text. It’s also intended for professional programmers who want to expand their knowledge. . more

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