Welcome to issue number one hundred and sixty of Hashtag Jakarta EE!
April 4th – 6th, 2023
Usually, the first sort algorithm many developers learn is the Bubble sort. That’s because it’s the easiest sort algorithm to implement.
The code we write has a climate impact. But how big is that impact? How do we measure it? How do we reduce it? Is the cloud helping? What’s…
27 years of age, and alive and kicking — The Java platform regularly comes out amongst the top contenders in rankings like the TIOBE index.In my opinion, rightly so. The language is very actively maintained and constantly improved;its underlying runtime, the Java Virtual Machine (JVM),is one of, if not the most, advanced runtime environments for managed programming languages.There is a massive eco-system of Java libraries which make it a great tool for a large number of use cases,ranging from command-line and desktop applications, over web apps and backend web services, to datastores and stream processing platforms.With upcoming features like support for vectorized computations (SIMD),light-weight virtual threads,improved integration with native code,value objects and user-defined primitives, and others,Java is becoming an excellent tool for solving a larger number of software development tasks than ever before.