Instead of arguing about cosmetics, e.g., annotations vs. “functional”, we need to spend time on intrinsics more: actors, asynchronous, etc.
From experience, I have seen three big mistakes every junior software developer makes that could easily be solved.
In this series of articles, we will explore the APIs from OpenJDK’s Project Panama.
My intent is to show you how to be proficient in using the Foreign Linker APIs (module ‘jdk.incubator.foreign’) as it relates to Java interoperability with native code.
While this article is for newbies, I assume you know the basics of the Java language, a little bash scripting, and a familiarity with C programming concepts. If you are new to C language don’t worry I will go over the concepts later.