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by Brian Goetz | Updated July 6, 2016 - Published May 9, 2016
With the java.util.stream package, you can concisely and declaratively express possibly-parallel bulk operations on collections, arrays, and other data sources. In this series by Java Language Architect Brian Goetz, get a comprehensive understanding of the Streams library and learn how to use it to best advantage.
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