Memory Management in Java is an extensive process. It includes allocation, de-allocation, and referencing of objects as well as garbage collection.
Pattern matching is a great tool for defining password constraints or to find a string(s) from a text. Find out how to use Pattern matching in Java.
A Career in Java programming can become stagnant after a while. Here are some ways you can apply to accelerate your Java Developer career path to the next stage.
Default methods in Java 8 allow you to add new functionality to your existing interfaces. Find out how you can implement defaults methods in your Java code.
Java parallel stream is a great performance booster for Java code but only if it is used correctly. Find out how and when to use the parallel stream in Java.
Java modules are considered one of the finest features introduced in Java 9. Find out what are Java modules and why every Java developer must be using them.
Some very important Java VM parameters can make your work way easier as a Java developer. Find out what those Java VM parameters are and how to use them.
Working on JavaFX certainly requires the libraries to take full advantage of JavaFX components. Here are some top JavaFX libraries and frameworks you can use.
Java Sleep and Java Wait are used in thread execution. Wait is used for synchronization whereas sleep pauses the thread. Find out more differences between them.