List/Grid Tag Archives: Java

Backport: Use Lambda Expressions on Java 7, 6, 5, 4

Backport: Use Lambda Expressions on Java 7, 6, 5, 4

Lambda expressions are one of the most attractive features of Java 8 release. Lambda expressions improve the Platform’s syntax and code redundancy by large. What are Lambda Expressions? Java 8… Read more »

[1000+] Huge List of Open Source Android apps on Play Store

[1000+] Huge List of Open Source Android apps on Play Store

Programming and developing good applications is always a challenge. The competition is huge, variety is huge, and developers continuously innovate to bring out best with new programming methodologies. In fast changing Android… Read more »

Drip: Fastest JVM launcher [Java, Scala, Clojure, JRuby]

Drip: Fastest JVM launcher [Java, Scala, Clojure, JRuby]

If you’re a Java developer of Java application user, you are not new to the fact that startup time for Java application is huge, of the order of milliseconds to… Read more »

Java 0-Day Exploit Code, Prevention Explained

Java 0-Day Exploit Code, Prevention Explained

Once in a while a new exploit or vulnerability arises that affects every single PC on the internet and within a span of few hours, it spreads across the globe…. Read more »

Junit Alternatives: Testing Frameworks

Junit Alternatives: Testing Frameworks

JUnit is the defacto standard for Java unit testing but story doesn’t end there. There are couple of  worthy alternatives which offer couple unique features, if not everything better than… Read more »

James Gosling leaves Google, joins Robotics startup

James Gosling leaves Google, joins Robotics startup

After spending only months at Google (March-August 2011), The Father of Java, James Gosling, makes yet another switch. This time its not another software giant but rather a startup that… Read more »

Run Java, J2ME Apps, Games on Android

Run Java, J2ME Apps, Games on Android

Returning to classics or looking out to try desktop Java applications, games, its all now possible to get those apps, games on Android devices. JBED will let you run any… Read more »

Java 7 Features – What’s New

Java 7 Features – What’s New

The long awaited and the most delayed version of Java is finally made available to public. The last Java update was in December 2006 and Java 7 was originally planned… Read more »

Father of Java Joins Google

Father of Java Joins Google

If you love Java or Open source, here is a good news for you. James Gosling aka Father of Java, has joined Google and you will be glad to know… Read more »

HowTo Decompile / Reverse Engineer Android APK [app]

HowTo Decompile / Reverse Engineer Android APK [app]

Reverse engineering is everywhere. Reverse engineering made it possible for GeoHot to hack the iPhone, PS3. Reverse engineering is what make hackers develop exploits, viruses and trojans for systems. So… Read more »

Java JDK 7 marks Feature Complete

Java JDK 7 marks Feature Complete

Java 7 is just around the corner with JDK 7 project  reaching the “Feature Complete (FC)” phase of software development cycle. What this means that development and QA have finished… Read more »

Java would Run inside Javascript runtime Environment (besides JVM)

Java would Run inside Javascript runtime Environment (besides JVM)

VP of Java development at Oracle has hinted that the Java 7 is taking shape and could get its public stable release within coming months. There were couple of other… Read more »

James Gosling – Future of Java, His Life Story [Podcast]

James Gosling – Future of Java, His Life Story [Podcast]

Oracle’s Java  One is just over, and there’s hardly any buzz about it. Is Java really Dead? o, No not even near, its still growing. After moving on from Oracle… Read more »

Oracle to Accelerate Mobile, Java runtime

Oracle to Accelerate Mobile, Java runtime

Everyone seems to be ditching Oracle after it’s acquisiton of Sun Microsystems first over Killing OpenSolaris, and recently because of the Java lawsuit on Google Android. The good leaders –… Read more »

Java 4-Ever: Open Source love in Microsoft Family

Java 4-Ever: Open Source love in Microsoft Family

I passed out of grad college as an electronics engineer with little background of programming and luckily enough my first job involved Java/j2ee. The need of the hour was to… Read more »

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