T h e C o d e R a n c h J o u r n a l - J u l y 2 0 2 1 E d i t i o nA big howdy from all the CodeRanch staff, and welcome to the July edition of the CodeRanch Journal.
I n t e r e s t i n g . C o d e R a n c h . F o r u m . P o s t sInteresting threads from this month:
Even though there hasn't been a lot of traffic, there was some very interesting stuff... there were some topics about Streams, Maps and Comparators that got some very good replies, always worth re-reading.
A cow for the Opening Posters, and a special thank you to Rob Spoor, for giving some excellent replies with very clear explanations. See for instance here: click and here: click
Can I elect him for the title "CodeRancher" of the month"?
And thanks to Campbell et all for some useful suggestions!
B o o k . P r o m o t i o n sThere's a book (or software) promotion just about every week at CodeRanch. Just ask a question in the appropriate forum and you're eligible to win a copy of the book (or license). Check the book promotions schedule
Book promotion in-progress (or just finished):
Spring Boot: Up and Running: Building Cloud Native Java and Kotlin Applications
by Mark Heckler
Upcoming promotions in July: There are three book promotions planned for august. See The book promotion schedule:
T h e . M o o s e . i s . L o o s e . o n . S o c i a l . M e d i aThe CodeRanch announces latest news/developments frequently on our social media outlets. You can find us at:
O u r . S t a f fThanks to all staff that volunteer their time and share their knowledge to make this site the friendliest place on the web to learn. A special thanks this month to the following members ...
Marshals: Campbell Ritchie · Ron McLeod · Paul Clapham · Liutauras Vilda
Sheriffs: Rob Spoor · Bear Bibeault · Jeanne Boyarsky
Saloon Keepers: Tim Moores · Stephan van Hulst · Tim Holloway · Carey Brown · Piet Souris
Bartenders: Frits Walraven · Fred Rosenberger
A b o u t . T h e . E d i t o rI (Piet Souris) studied for Math teacher, but ended up as an actuary in life- and non-life insurances. Retired a few years ago. I've never been involved professionally in the IT business (although I worked a lot with the guys and gals), but I used things like Visual Basic, R, and Excel for my daily work. I started with java around 2010, when I had bought a PC and I was looking for some free programming language. Currently struggling with some health problems, and getting P5.js to work. I see a question coming!