Monthly Archive: September 2015

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The Future is Completable in Java 8

As I mentioned in my previous post, interface Future in Java up to version 7 has a serious limitation, and that is that it’s not possible to get notified when the result is available. The only thing you can do with a Future is call get() on it, which will block if...

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Listen to the Future with Google Guava

Futures are one of the many concepts that are useful for building scalable software. A future is an object that acts as a placeholder for the result of some operation that has yet to be performed. This is useful for asynchronous, non-blocking programming, which is what you want to do...