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Software Engineer @EPAM
Have you ever worked with Java threads, monitors or locks? Have you ever used Runnables and Callables? Are you familiar with the Future? I suppose that's a ‘yes’. Now, forget about all of this!

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Roman Shramkov, Solution Architect @ EPAM
In this article I have focused on the roles of the Architects involved in projects at EPAM.
Java 9 brings the long awaited syntactic sugar for creating small unmodifiable Collection instances using a concise one line code. As per JEP 269, new convenience factory methods will be included in JDK 9.
Jose Paumard, Java Champion, Java enthousiast, blogger @ Java le Soir
In the Java 8 Stream API, a classical stream operation can only work on the current element of the given stream, but cannot take into account the previous elements.
Kenny Bastani , Spring Developer Advocate @ Pivotal
In this first post, we’ll explore how to implement the CQRS pattern in microservices. We’ll also dive into why serverless is a natural fit for these kinds of systems.
In this article, we will be looking at a WeakHashMap from the java.util package. In order to understand the data structure, we’ll use it here to roll out a simple cache implementation.
Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski , Co-founder, VP of Engineering @ Plumbr
Throughout the lifecycle of a company the IT architecture is bound to change multiple times. There can be many different reasons for such changes.
Martin Fowler, Programmer, Loud Mouth, ThoughtWorker
Towards the end of last year I attended a workshop with my colleagues in ThoughtWorks to discuss the nature of “event-driven” applications.
Michel Krämer , Researcher @ Fraunhofer IGD
Awesome Vert.x is a list of awesome frameworks, libraries or other components for use with or that use Vert.x version 3.
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JUG Meetups: call for papers (Kyiv & Kharkiv)
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