Google Collections Reaching 1.0

Exciting news for Java developers: The first 1.0 release candidate of Google Collections has been released. For almost a year I’ve been waiting for this, and now it seems the waiting will soon be over.

Basically, Google Collections is a better, more consistent version of commons-collections with generics and a few cool things that let you almost use a functional style in Java (at least as far as this is possible). I think this library will quickly become a standard dependency in my Java projects.

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2 Responses to Google Collections Reaching 1.0

  1. David Linsin says:

    I heard it on the JavaPosse podcast last week. I’ve never had the time to take a look at the Google Collection Library, but I hope to do so in the near future…

  2. Atul says:

    nice technical blog

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