Here’s how to schedule a task to run periodically in Java. If you have any questions, leave a comment or ask me on my social media.
Here’s how to format a LocalDateTime object. If you have any questions, leave a comment or ask me on my social media.
Here’s how to generate a random number within a specific range in Java. If you have any questions, leave a comment or ask me on my social media.
There are a couple of operators that simplify how the developer writes code. But some of them aren’t trivial to read.
Two of these are the prefix (++i) and the postfix (i++) operators.
A few days ago I did a post on LinkedIn talking about the Optional class. One comment was an excellent question: Could the use of Optional lead to performance degradation?
The answer is: Yes, it can. But should you worry?
If you usually need to rewrite or copy similar code between different projects, it may be time to stop replicating it and create a library.
To use your library in different projects, you have to publish it on a repository like Maven Central Repository.
When you have more people using your Java APIs, your projects grow and naturally you become a better engineer. You become more likely to increase your incomes and join great new projects. It also enables people to get their jobs done faster. So it’s a win-win situation.
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