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Boosting InputStream::transferTo Performance | The Two Minutes Tuesday 025 | Java Inside

As I explained in a recent video (https://youtu.be/qgDfZgreN40), InputStream::transferTo() is the most comfortable way to tell java we want to transfer the remaining content of one stream into another stream, but that it apparently is the slowest one, too! The … Continue reading

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Microsoft® Java®: Welcome at OpenJDK!

Microsoft officially is an OpenJDK contributor now, having a cool team on board with names like Bruno Borges, Reza Raman, Ed Burns and Martijn Verburg. That’s amazing, particularly if you know the troublesome history of both! So finally the Java … Continue reading

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JVM Callbacks for hardware state events

Strange but true, a Java program cannot detect the situation where it is still running but the laptop is going to sleep because the user closed the lid. Neither can a full-blown Java application server like GlassFish detect a power loss … Continue reading

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