Java

How To Implement equals Correctly

A fundamental aspect of any Java class is its definition of equality. It is determined by a class’s equals method and there are a couple of things to be considered for a correct implementation. Let’s check ’em out so we get it right!

Implied Readability

In Java 9 a module must read another to be able to use its API. With implied readability a third module passes the dependency on, allowing the first to read the second without explicitly depending on it.

Beware Of findFirst() And findAny()

When using Stream.findFirst() or findAny(), you will often assume that there is at most one element left in the stream. But neither tests that assumption so maybe you should use a different approach.