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Guava reviews and mentions

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  • Lists: do you know the nature of yours? The strange story of a data container in Java
    2 projects | | 23 Nov 2023
    The first problem is at the level of Type System, given that a situation more correct would allow us to distinguish through the Collection Type which abstraction we are operating with, species if definable as mutable or immutable. The JCF was born at a time when great care was taken to offer immediate operational data structures, and with attention to performance, but with less attention to constructs or uses that are now seen as common. These concepts have been taken up by other infrastructures from which we certainly cannot fail to mention: Eclipse Collection, Guava Collections, and VAVR.
  • Google/guava: Google core libraries for Java
    3 projects | | 8 Nov 2023
    Even better is getting Gradle/Maven to correctly pull "plain" vs "Android" versions of the package instead of them just publishing the diverging code base as two repository packages.

    3 projects | | 8 Nov 2023
  • Guava 32.0 (released today) and the @Beta annotation
    5 projects | /r/java | 30 May 2023
    I'll admit I'm surprised to see that BOMs have been documented on since mid-2008. It looks like Spring, for example, didn't adopt them until mid-2014. I don't know how widely they caught on in other areas. The first discussion of them in the context of Guava may have been in 2018, as I don't see mention of them in the various issues from 2011-2015 (#605, #1329, #1471, #1954.
    5 projects | /r/java | 30 May 2023
    In Guava 32.0 the `@Beta` annotation is removed from almost every class and member. This makes them officially API-frozen (and we do not break compatibility for API-frozen libraries anymore^1).
    5 projects | /r/java | 30 May 2023
  • Genuine question: how do you all use Haskell IRL?
    7 projects | /r/haskell | 22 Apr 2023
    The guava library of Java has some of these data structures implemented: , but implementations of the above book in many languages can be found on github (say, this one for Haskell: )
  • Murmurhash -criando um rollout progressivo via backend
    3 projects | | 21 Apr 2023
  • Один из примеров почему ChatGPT еще очень далеко до замены программистов, та и остальных профессий тоже.
    7 projects | /r/tjournal_refugees | 13 Apr 2023
    Java Mask: Java Mask is a library that offers various string masking techniques for sensitive data such as credit card numbers, email addresses, and more. You can find the library at: DataMasker: DataMasker is a Java library specifically designed for masking sensitive data, including credit card numbers, using customizable masking patterns. Visit the GitHub repository for more information and usage examples: Maskify: Maskify is a simple Java library that can be used to mask credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, and other sensitive information. You can find the library at: CreditCardUtils: This is a lightweight Java library that provides utility methods for validating, formatting, and masking credit card numbers. Visit the GitHub repository for more information: Google Guava: Google Guava is a popular set of Java libraries containing a wealth of utilities for working with strings, collections, and more. While not specifically designed for masking credit card information, you can use Guava's string manipulation methods to mask sensitive data:
  • Twitter makes some of its source code public
    3 projects | /r/Twitter | 2 Apr 2023
    I mean, I guess, technically? If you define it like that, then Microsoft has people working for them for free, as does Google, as does Apple, etc. It's not that weird, and you can try to twist it to be weird, but those of us in the software industry largely regard this as a good thing.
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