2018-QCon-Java-11.pdf

 2018-QCon-Java-11.pdf

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Jeanne Boyarsky

June 28, 2018
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    @jeanneboyarsky Java 11 – Keeping the Java Release Train on

    the Right Track speakerdeck.com/boyarsky Jeanne Boyarsky QCon– June 28, 2018
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    @jeanneboyarsky Til Java 6 (1996- 2006) Hi Oracle (2010) Java

    7 (2011) Java 8 (2014) Java 9 (2017) 8
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    @jeanneboyarsky The Saga of Jigsaw •  2011 – Maybe part

    of Java 7. Nope Plan B •  2012 - Part of Java 8. No wait •  2014 - Part of Java 9 9
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    @jeanneboyarsky Wait, a major version every 6 months? •  +

    Syntax changes •  + Smaller features •  - Years of features JDK 10 JDK 11 12 new features 15 new features 13
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    @jeanneboyarsky Java School Report Card Developer Community à A Features

    à B Frequency of Release à F Predictability of Release à D 14
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    @jeanneboyarsky JVM College Report Card Vocabulary à B Polyglot programming

    à A Frequency of Release à F Predictability of Release à D 15
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    @jeanneboyarsky How many languages do you know? q  One (or

    zero) q  Two – Five q  Six or more Examples •  Java •  Kotlin •  Groovy •  Scala •  SQL •  HTML •  JavaScript •  CSS 17
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    @jeanneboyarsky Before Now Releases every Varies 6 months (or 3

    years) Releases are Feature driven Date driven 20
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    @jeanneboyarsky Arrivals Train Schedule Java Release Date Long Term Support

    9 September 21, 2017 10 March 20, 2018 11 September 25, 2018 22
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    @jeanneboyarsky Security Patches Departure Schedule Java Public Patches Paid Patches

    6 2013 Late 2018 7 2015 2022 8 January 2019 (business) December 2020 (public) 2025 23
  12. 24.

    @jeanneboyarsky Security Patches Departure Schedule Java Public patches Paid patches

    9 March 2018 n/a 10 September 2018 n/a 11 March 2019 2023-2028 24
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    @jeanneboyarsky Wait. So what happens next? How long will Java

    12 have security patches? Answer: 6 months What is the next LTS version after Java 11? Java 11 + 3*2 = 17 25
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    @jeanneboyarsky A Tale of Two JDKs Java Oracle JDK Open

    JDK New Version Every 3 years Every 6 months Cost Paid Free Upgrade Options •  Security patch •  Next version •  OpenJDK •  Interim security patch •  Next version 26
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    @jeanneboyarsky String name = "Jeanne”; var name = "Jeanne"; List

    list = List.of(1, 2, 3); var list = List.of(1, 2, 3); •  Syntactical sugar/less boilerplate •  Not immutable (no val) (10) 31
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    @jeanneboyarsky List<WebElement> headers = thead.findElements(By.tagName("th")); VolunteerDashboardRow headerRow = new VolunteerDashboardRow(headers);

    vs var headers = thead.findElements(By.tagName("th")); var headerRow = new VolunteerDashboardRow(headers); (10) 33
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    @jeanneboyarsky var csvPath = createAndGetFile(CSV_DATA); try (var csvWriter = Files.newBufferedWriter(csvPath);

    var csvPrinter = new CSVPrinter(csvWriter, CSVFormat.DEFAULT)); { } (10) 34
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    @jeanneboyarsky Map<Integer, String> productMap1 = new HashMap<Integer, String>(); Map<Integer, String>

    productMap2 = new HashMap<>(); var productMap3 = new HashMap<Integer, String>(); (10) 35
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    @jeanneboyarsky Where can we use? var name = "Jeanne"; var

    other = name + 2; var list = List.of(1, 2, 3); for (var num : list) {} (10) 36
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    @jeanneboyarsky Where can’t we use? class Inner { var bad

    = "abc"; } var noGood; noGood = 4; •  Also instance variables, etc (10) 37
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    @jeanneboyarsky (10) Pros Cons Less typing Loss of information Less

    redundancy Variable names matter more Can scan variable names Be careful! 39 http://openjdk.java.net/projects/amber/LVTIstyle.html
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    @jeanneboyarsky Lambdas Predicate<String> pred1 = p -> true; Predicate<String> pred2

    = (String p) -> true; Predicate<String> pred3 = (var p) -> true; (11) 40
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    @jeanneboyarsky All or nothing Good (var map, var list) ->

    true No good (var map, list) -> true (var map, List list) -> true (11) 42
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    @jeanneboyarsky Choose your own GC •  Who cares? •  Agile.

    With releases every 6 months, features are smaller (10) 44
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    @jeanneboyarsky Faster Default GC Java 8 Parallel Garbage Collector Java

    9 G1 GC Java 10 + 11 G1 GC with parallel implementation (10) For more, see https://speakerdeck.com/cguntur/garbage- collection-in-java-9 45
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    @jeanneboyarsky Epsilon GC (11) •  Never reclaims memory •  Program

    proceeds until run out of heap •  GC never runs •  To use: •  -XX:+UseEpsilonGC •  (or) -XX:+UseNoGC 47
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    @jeanneboyarsky Epsilon GC Good for (11) •  Performance/memory stress test

    •  Very short programs •  Last ditch performance improvements (this probably isn’t you) 48
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    @jeanneboyarsky Z GC (11) •  Experimental •  10ms or less

    pause time •  Only for Linux/x64 •  To use, enable both: •  -XX:+UnlockExperimentalVMOptions •  -XX:+UseZGC 49
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    @jeanneboyarsky (11) var uri = "http://www.google.com"; var client = HttpClient.newHttpClient();

    var request = HttpRequest.newBuilder() .uri(URI.create(uri)) .build(); var response = client.send(request, BodyHandlers.ofString()); System.out.println(response.body()); 51
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    @jeanneboyarsky (11) var client = HttpClient.newHttpClient(); var requests = uris.stream()

    .map(HttpRequest::newBuilder) .map(reqBuilder -> reqBuilder.build()) .collect(toList()); CompletableFuture.allOf(requests.stream() .map(r->client.sendAsync(r, ofString())) .toArray(CompletableFuture<?>[]::new)) .join(); 52
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    @jeanneboyarsky Other APIs •  BodyHandlers – file, inputstream, string, discarding

    •  Request Builder Options – Header, proxy, authenticator, http protocol version •  Methods – get/post/put/delete (11) 53
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    @jeanneboyarsky String javaVersion = System.getProperty("java.version"); Runtime.Version version = Runtime.Version.parse(javaVersion); System.out.println(javaVersion

    + ": " + version.feature() + " " + version.interim() + " " + version.update() + " " + version.patch()); (10) 55
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    @jeanneboyarsky (10) Updates Examples feature() Every 6 months 10, 11,

    12 interim() n/a for Open JDK 0 update() Within 6 months 0, 1, 2 patch() Emergencies 0, 1, 2 58
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    @jeanneboyarsky New java launcher mode Full command Shorthand javac HelloWorld.java

    java HelloWorld java HelloWorld.java Produces class file Fully in memory For any program For programs with one class (11) 62
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    @jeanneboyarsky Unmodifiable Collections (10) 63 Copying another Terminal operations List.copyOf

    Collectors.toUnmodifiableList Set.copyOf Collectors.toUnmodifiableSet Map.copyOf Collectors.toUnmodifiableMap
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    @jeanneboyarsky Behind the Scenes •  Nest based access control • 

    Remove hack for private access in nested classes •  Pay off tech debt (11) 64
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    @jeanneboyarsky Nashorn Java 11 •  Challenging to maintain •  Unclear

    adoption •  May be adopted •  Made it into Java 11 two days before cutoff (11) 67
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    @jeanneboyarsky Tying it all together (10+11) 69 import java.nio.charset.*; public

    class Unicode { public static void main(String... args) { System.out.print("Have a \uD83C\uDF7A"); System.out.println(" or a \uD83E\uDD64"); } }