Last week at JavaOne, Oracle Database JDBC Architect Douglas Surber gave a talk about what is next for JDBC. There was an advance look at a possible new Java standard for accessing SQL databases: a non-blocking API. This would be a separate API that gives access to the same databases as JDBC, rather than a […]

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One of the rarely known features in Java among developers is Thread-local storage. The idea is simple, and the need for it comes in ¬†scenarios where we need data that is, well, local for the thread. For example, if we have two threads that refer to the same global variablem but we want them to […]

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