To celebrate the beta release of Functional Programming in Java, Second Edition, happening this week, we’ve been featuring articles from the PragPub archives about how to exploit the benefits of functional style in Java. In this installment, Venkat Subramaniam @venkats looks at the intricacies of one-to-many relationships.
Today on Medium, an article from the November 2017 archives of PragPub magazine. Continuing the Functional Style in Java series, Venkat Subramaniam looks at the intricacies of one-to-many relationships.
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Certain professionals, like detectives and historians, rely on abductive reasoning to do their jobs, examining each individual and event for unique characteristics. How, when, and why should we apply an abductive approach to software projects? Today on Medium, Staffan Nöteberg @staffannoteberg talks about how path-dependent processes benefit from an abductive approach, and how they differ from Bernoullian and Markovian processes:
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We have a fun and informative article from our own Eric Sadun @PragmaticErica today on Medium. Our puzzle wizard shares the surprising origins of Sudoku and shares ways she has modified the format for Sudoku speed rounds:
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Today on Medium, the final post in the “Fearless Concurrency with Rust” series from Herbert Wolverson @herbert . In this article, you learn about using asynchronous execution in servers and other processes that spend most of their time waiting for other systems:
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