About This Course
Java 8 introduced us to Java Lambdas. Lambdas are a way to write Java code in a more functional style. This functional style allows us to create components that are flexible and composable. It is used in Java Streams, Java CompletableFutures, and the Lightbend Ecosystem.
In this course you will learn about Functional Interfaces and how they can be converted to Java Lambdas. You will see how method references can be used to replace Lambdas where appropriate. Finally you will learn some of the best practices to follow when working with Lambdas.
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- Functional Interfaces
- Method References
- Best Practices
- This course is free for Subscription Customers.
- It is self-paced.
- It can be taken at any time.
- It can be taken as many times as you wish.
- This course assumes that students are familiar with the Java language
- Knowledge of features such as Java collections, generics, and lambdas is required.
- You do not need to know about CompletableFutures, CompletionStages, or Executors.
- You will be working with Maven. A basic knowledge of Maven is assumed.