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Testing

This category is all about testing. TDD, JUnit, etc...

11 Apr 4, 2014
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Dynamic Languages

Love Jython. JRuby? It rocks. This category is all about dynamic languages. Especially dynamic languages that run on the JVM.

8 Feb 15, 2016
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Java

Java in general.

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Functional Programming

Clojure, Lambda expressions, all the ins and outs of functional programming from languages to use cases. If you've got functional programming on your mind, this is the place to discuss it!

1 Feb 21, 2016
What's functional programming, anyway?
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Trends

This category is about what's hot and what's not.

1 Apr 10, 2017
Hadoop getting old?
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