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Getting Started With NCache Java Edition (Using Docker)

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NCache Java Edition with distributed cache technique is a powerful tool that helps Java applications run faster, handle more users, and be more reliable. In today's world, where people expect apps to work quickly and without any problems, knowing how to use NCache Java Edition is very important.

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Understanding Lazy Evaluation in Java Streams

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Java Streams , introduced in Java 8, have revolutionized how we handle collections of data in Java. This article delves into what lazy evaluation means in the context of Java Streams and why it's beneficial, accompanied by practical examples.

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O11y Guide: Beginner's Guide To Open Source Instrumenting Java

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Are you a Java developer and looking for a working example to get started instrumenting your applications and services? Look no further, as this article provides you with an easy-to-understand guide to instrumenting your Java using open standards.

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Creating Scalable OpenAI GPT Applications in Java

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One of the more notable aspects of ChatGPT is its engine, which not only powers the web-based chatbot but can also be integrated into your Java applications.

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Unlocking Performance: Exploring Java 21 Virtual Threads [Video]

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In this Java 21 tutorial, we dive into virtual threads, a game-changing feature for developers. Virtual threads are a lightweight and efficient alternative to traditional platform threads, designed to simplify concurrent programming and enhance the performance of Java applications.

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Everything Bad in Java Is Good for You

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I love the premise of disrupting the conventional narrative and was reminded of that constantly when debating some of the more controversial features and problems in Java. It’s a feature, not a bug… One of my favourite things about Java is its tendency to move slowly and deliberately. It doesn’t give us what we want right away.

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In the realm of Java development, optimizing the performance of applications remains an ongoing pursuit. Profile-Guided Optimization (PGO) stands as a potent technique capable of substantially enhancing the efficiency of your Java programs.

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