Java 8 articles

Managing different date time formats with DateTimeFormatterBuilder

In one of the homework of my Become a Data Engineer course I'm asking students to normalize a dataset. In the dataset a date time field has different supported formats. When I was analyzing the possible solutions, I found a class I've never met before, the DateTimeFormatterBuilder. And it will be the topic of this post.

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Java 8 and Streams

So far only Google Guava allowed us to easily process collections. But the arrival of Java 8 brought a serious alternative to this library - streams.

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Metaspace in Java 8

One of big changes in Java 8 regarding to Java 7 was the replacement of permanent generation by metaspace. Even if this change dates from more than year ago, it's worth to dedicate some lines about this new element in memory.

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