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j1-2k7-mtW07: Closures Q and A

May 16, 2007

In a followup to his JavaOne 2007 technical session, Neal Gafter offers a 15-minute question-and answer session on a proposal to add closures to the Java programming language. He makes the case for Closures making Java programs easier to read, and handles questions about closure expression serializability, continuations, patterns and boilerplate that suggest the need for closures, and whether closures really fit into the language.

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Neal Gafter works on Google Calendar, and is the author of Java Puzzlers.
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