Live Coding with Eclipse Collections
A CJUG Lightning Talk — June 11, 2020
The following blog has some background info on my past 20 years programming professionally in Java. I wrote the blog to celebrate Java’s 25th birthday and to share the story of how I have been MovedByJava during my career. I’m linking this here to save me time during my intro.
Happy 25th Birthday Java
Java is still going strong after 25 years. I’m even more excited for the next 25.
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I will be live coding solutions to Exercise 1 and 4 of the Pet Kata in 10 minutes.
Video of the session:
- Eclipse Collections Kata (GitHub Link)
- Pet Kata Slides (Web based slides)
- 19 Lessons in a Kata (Multiple Solutions to Exercise 1)
A Tale of Two Katas
Learn a modern Java Collections Library with more features and less waste.
I hope you enjoyed the live coding session. Thank you for attending and spending your valuable time watching, listening and learning! If you would like to learn more about Eclipse Collections, try out the Eclipse Collections katas on your own. The links above can get you started.
I am a Project Lead and Committer for the Eclipse Collections OSS project at the Eclipse Foundation. Eclipse Collections is open for contributions. If you like the library, you can let us know by starring it on GitHub.