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It is important to remember what can happen in the case that humanity and respect get lost in a society.

When I follow today's discussions in so called "social media" (in many countries) - I'm more and more scared that many of us forgot the lessons we learnt from world wars and holocaust, or never learnt it.

Please, spend some time with this link (Independent from your religion and race). And share it with your children, friends and peers.
 
January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day to commemorate the survivors and 11 million victims murdered by the Nazi regime and its collaborators.  To learn more, click on the image below or follow this link: https://goo.gl/yzd4X3

#HolocaustRemembranceDay
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Why does this immediately brings Donald Trump to my mind?! 😦
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Programming is like writing a Book
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And then they change the spec.
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New version of BigOTest releases (see https://github.com/MarkusSprunck/big-o-test):
Now there is support to write the test code with Lambda Expressions. This saves a lot boilerplate code. Just write your test in this form:

public class LambdaTest {

@Test
public void heapSortDetectLogLinear() {

// ARRANGE
List<List<Long>> values = LongStream.range(6, 14)
.mapToInt(i -> 1 << i)
.mapToObj(x -> HeapSortTest.createSortInput(x))
.collect(Collectors.toList());

// ACT
BigOResult actual = BigOAnalyser.classUnderTest(HeapSort.class)
.execute((HeapSort o) -> values.stream().forEach(value -> o.sort(value)))
.trace();

// ASSERT BigOAssert.assertLogLinearOrPowerLaw(actual.getBigOAnalyser(), "sort");
}
}

Read more:
http://www.sw-engineering-candies.com/blog-1/bigotest-jar-a-library-to-empirically-estimate-big-o-time-efficiency-and-check-results-of-analysis-in-junit-tests

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Lambda Expression have been released with Java 8 (March 2014). So, they are not completely new, but I know many experienced developers which are not familiar with them and/or use them where reasonable.

The following collection of examples about Streams & Lambda Expressions give a brief overview of the most important aspects in a simple form. It doesn't provide a complete and exhaustive description of the topic. The purpose is to provide a fast overview with many examples which can be read in less than 30 minutes.

You may find the complete source code on GitHub and you may also check Further-Reading.

Examples of Streams & Lambda Expressions in Java 8 give a brief overview of the most important aspects in a simple form
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This could be my boy ...
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It's all about asking the right questions.
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Die Frage, wie man lösbare von praktisch unlösbaren Problemen unterscheidet, ist eine Kernfrage der Komplexitätstheorie.
Hier ist ein kurzweiliges Video, in dem u.a. der Begriff NP-Vollständig sowie die anderen bekannten Komplexitätsklassen sehr anschaulich erklärt werden.

http://youtu.be/YX40hbAHx3s
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And this is why Scotty was always smart enough to give ridiculous repair estimates.
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    Micro Systems Technology, 1989 - 1993
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In my free time I maintain the site Software Engineering Candies and experiment with different technologies and development paradigms. 
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