Optionals in Java can help you to write a program without null checks. Chaining Optionals in a Stream enables to pick the first Optional which has a value and return it.
Using Arduino IDE’s serial monitor with SparkFun ESP8266 Thing does not work. In this post you’ll see how to use a serial terminal with the SparkFun ESP8266 Thing on Linux.
If you have had any experience with Java, then you most likely have seen the NullPointerException. Optional in Java 8 are a way to fight them.
Introduced in Java 7, the fork/join framework is used to divide a parallelizable task into smaller ones and afterwards combine the intermediate results to get the end result.
Looking for an easy hardware project? Controlling an RC car with an Arduino board is relatively simple. I’ll share my experience.
This post will give you ideas on how to do version control with SugarCRM and how to manage multiple environments and deployments.
A collector is a recipe for how to build a summary of the elements in a Stream. In this post you’ll see how to create a custom collector in Java 8.
I debugged a service which didn’t start when using the service utility but was working fine when calling the init script directly.
Method references let you reuse existing method definitions and pass them just like lambdas. They can be useful in making the code more readable.