Lots of new features have been added to Java recently, such as records, text blocks, sealed classes, and pattern matching.
We will explore how to refactor existing application code to benefit from these new features. Time to see how to make your code shorter and clearer!
Jeanne Boyarsky is a Java Champion and has worked as a Java developer for over 17 years at a bank in New York City where she develops, mentors, and conducts training. She is also a valued member of the NYJavaSIG Leaders Team.
Besides being a senior moderator at CodeRanch.com in her free time, she works on the forum codebase. Jeanne also mentors the programming division of a FIRST robotics team, where she works with students just getting started with Java.
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