Welcome to the jOOQ Tuesdays series. In this series, we’ll publish an article on the third Tuesday every other month where we interview someone we find exciting in our industry from a jOOQ perspective. This includes people who work with SQL, Java, Open Source, and a variety of other related topics. We have the pleasure … Continue reading jOOQ Tuesdays: Ming-Yee Iu Gives Insight into Language Integrated Querying
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At Data Geekery, we love Java. And as we're really into jOOQ's fluent API and query DSL, we're absolutely thrilled about what Java 8 will bring to our ecosystem. Java 8 Friday Every Friday, we're showing you a couple of nice new tutorial-style Java 8 features, which take advantage of lambda expressions, extension methods, and … Continue reading Java 8 Friday: Let’s Deprecate Those Legacy Libs
At Data Geekery, we love Java. And as we're really into jOOQ's fluent API and query DSL, we're absolutely thrilled about what Java 8 will bring to our ecosystem. For our Java 8 series, we're honoured to host a very relevant guest post by Dr. Ming-Yee Iu. Dr. Ming-Yee Iu completed a PhD on Database … Continue reading Java 8 Friday: Java 8 Will Revolutionize Database Access
Elixir? What on earth is Elixir? It is a programming language that somewhat reminds me of Ruby. Here is some example Elixir code: defmodule Hello do IO.puts "Defining the function world" def world do IO.puts "Hello World" end IO.puts "Function world defined" end And it has a Stack Overflow community with around 50 tagged questions … Continue reading Ecto a Slick Query DSL for the Elixir Language
LINQ was one of the best things that happened to the .NET software engineering ecosystem in a long time. With its introduction of lambda expressions and monads in Visual Studio 2008, it had catapulted the C# language way ahead of Java, which was at version 6 at the time, still discussing the pros and cons of … Continue reading Does Java 8 Still Need LINQ? Or is it Better than LINQ?
LINQ has been quite a successful, but also controversial addition to the .NET ecosystem. Many people are looking for a comparable solution in the Java world. To better understand what a comparable solution could be, let's have a look at the main problem that LINQ solves: Query languages are often declarative programming languages with many … Continue reading LINQ and Java
I've started following this very promising blog by the "Geeks From Paradise". Apart from the fact that I'm a bit envious of geeks living in Costa Rica, this comparison of the upcoming Java 8 Streams API with various of .NET's LINQ API capabilities is a very interesting read. A preview of what you'll find there … Continue reading Java Streams Preview vs .Net LINQ
This fact has somehow slipped by me unnoticed so far: As the JSR-341 websites claim, Java is going to add full .NET-Style LINQ support to its expression language 3.0! While the JSR-341 website doesn't explicitly mention these feature additions to the expression language, a lot of details can be seen here: http://java.net/projects/el-spec/pages/CollectionOperations This is very … Continue reading Will Java add LINQ to EL 3.0 in JSR-341?
The below paragraphs were taken from the jOOQ preface from the manual. It is worth thinking about why you should (or should not) use jOOQ in a given project. Specifically, you might be choosing between jOOQ and JPA, jOOQ and Hibernate, or jOOQ and SLICK (in a Scala context). here's some guidance (slightly biased towards … Continue reading jOOQ’s Reason for Being