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First of all big congratulations to the authors to bring the latest edition of one of the most loved Java title.
I am fan of all the "Nutshell" series as all those cover the most important stories rather than superfluous details.

Being an experienced Java developer, I have a specific question:
How this book can help an experienced programmer to quickly adopt the new concepts of Modularity, I/O stream changes, Concurrency and memory performance updates to Java 9 & 11?
 
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