No as long my [email protected] client keeps running
Will this shit ever die off?
Anyway, back to work.
I was just writing this nice ContainerServiceWatcherInstanceEventManagerManagerConsumerMap<K,T> class, do you guys think I should provide an interface in case someone wants to roll his own ?
That's alright, you're only 15 years late.
MS already tried to make their won version of Java and miserably failed at it.
So they made C# as a better alternative, and it worked.
Java dying is literally MS wet dream.
I am new to programming and I've been learning Java (bad decision)? I was a bit overwhelmed by all of the event watcher and handler stuff. Is this normal of all languages? Or is it easier in other languages?
no because there is a real world outside of your basement. Keep programming in C, jerking off to chinese cartoon girls and living in your mothers basement, while companies and non-morons will earn money with Java.
You know Apple does shit right when autistic faggots literally put a spotlight on the few instances of issues that comes up.
It just shows you that Android plebs are so used to issues that it's just the norm. lol
Except it's not.
And let's get precise: Java bytecode execution is NOT faster than machine code (to what C, C++, ... is translated), especially for arithmetic operations, like the ones mentioned in the graph above.
That in itself doesn't make Java/the JVM shit. It's just ridiculous to pretend it's better or equivalent at this particular point when it's obviously not.