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Oracle - What's new in Java 8

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With Java 8 released in March 2014, Oracle Java Technology Ambassador James Weaver will discuss many of its new features such as lambda expressions, the stream API, and client-side capabilities with the JavaFX library.

James L. (Jim) Weaver is a Java developer, author, and speaker with a passion for helping Java to be increasingly leveraged in rich-client applications and the Internet of Things (IoT). Books that Jim has authored include Inside Java, Beginning J2EE, and Pro JavaFX 2. As an Oracle Java Technology Ambassador, Jim speaks internationally at software technology conferences about Java, JavaFX, and the IoT. Jim tweets as @JavaFXpert and blogs at

After the Presentation, Parallel HR continues their Hiring/Career workshops after the meeting.  This week, if you have a resume put together, bring it for an individual review and strategy/tips session

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  • Steve

    It was a great presentation. Jim was obviously very experienced and knowledgeable on the topic. I already knew about the introduction of lambda functions and some APIs like the Time/Date and Base64 APIs that were introduced in Java 8, but I was not aware of Streams, so that was cool new stuff for me to learn. The presentation was well-structured and covered many topics in the allotted two hours. I would have loved if Jim would have dived a little bit deeper into the implementation of lambdas, but there were only two hours to talk about all of the new features in Java 8. The bottom line take away I got from the presentation is that Java 8 introduces many great new features that make the language more robust and more fun to develop applications. I can't wait until I get to start using Java 8 in my current job!

    July 19, 2014

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