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Java 15 is on its way!
The upcoming world-renowned, earth-shattering Java Development Kit is confirmed and will be in developers’ hands in September. JDK 15 will spoil you with text blocks, Z and Shenandoah garbage collectors, as well as hidden classes. But with every action, comes a rejection. This time, it’s the removal of the Nashorn engine in favour of GraalVM. Step into the future – because it’s now.
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Use Cases that Never Lose
Clean Architecture is all the rage. That’s why it’s a notable life skill when learning how to write use cases in Kotlin. Discover how to implement them and understand the trade-offs involved in the implementation strategy. Use case classes, or Interactors, are the bread and butter of Kotlin. Read this post, and the rest is toast!
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