Design benchmarks

This is a long-form write-up. The comment that goes something like this.,

Which means that the people who speak louder online, with higher frequency and reach, are not necessarily the ones striving for Independence, Depth, Honesty, or Breadth through the content they create. They are not necessarily the ones equipped with the experience and knowledge required to share thoughts that will provoke change in our industry.

This is such a genuine opinion, beats the odds that, if you are an individual who is an industry trendsetter, then you do not have time to write about the content that you are working on. So anyone who has the power and time to write will have a perspective on how design should be.

 

Effective Java – Third edition​

​​

Effective Java is always a good book to read and this latest edition is no different. Here is the Amazon link to get the book. Here are some code samples and presentation promoting the book. My quick code snippet from the book.

import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.Collections;
import java.util.List;

public class StringManipLambda {
public static void main(String args[]){
 List stringArras= Arrays.asList("First","Second","third","fourth","fifth");
 Collections.sort(stringArras,(s1,s2)->Integer.compare(s1.length(),s2.length()));
 stringArras.stream().forEach(System.out::println);
    }
}

This is a simple code block, where we take a list of Strings and sort it based on its length. The book goes in depth of how to read this lambda expression and understand how it works.