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How fast can you process a 1 billion rows text file in Java? That’s the challenge that many Java developers tried to solve in January 2024.
Cloud Cost Optimization Is Hard, Java Can Help
Did you know switching your Java runtime helps reduce Cloud waste?
Sorting Text in Java, How Complicated Can It Be?
Text is represented by the String class in Java. In this article we’ll explore how to sort String, the advantages and drawbacks of each possibility.
Achieving High Throughput Without Sacrificing Latency
Low latency coding techniques are designed to keep a processor core as busy as possible, executing at its full potential and so getting work done as quickly as possible.
Building gdocweb with Java 21, Spring Boot 3.x and Beyond
Explore the journey of building gdocweb: a developer’s insight into choosing Java 21, Spring Boot 3.x, and navigating tech stack challenges.
Java Flight Recording and Analysis with Azul Mission Control
With Azul Mission Control, you can delve deep into JFR recordings to optimize your code and ensure it runs smoothly and error-free.
Revolutionising Java Collections: The Advent of Sequenced Collections in Java 21
Addressing a long-standing gap in the collections framework, JEP 431 not only enhances the language’s capabilities but also simplifies our development experience with the language.
Writing C Code in Java
The Foreign Function & Memory API (also called Project Panama) has come a long way since it started.
Strategies for Managing State in Chronicle Services
When implementing an application using a Microservice architecture, it is crucially important to be aware of the potential pitfalls of managing mutable state in components.
Custom Events in the Blocky World: Using JFR in Minecraft
I was searching for some JFR-related settings on the internet when I stumbled upon the /jfr command that exists in Minecraft…
Custom JFR Events: A Short Introduction
Find out how JFR allows you to implement your events to record custom information directly in your profiling file.