Writing About Java [Prompts]

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Writing About Java [Prompts]

Writer's block?

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Writer's block

Ever struggle with what to write? No worries, we've got you covered. Here's a list of Java prompts and article ideas to help cure even the worst cases of writer's block. So, take a moment, check out the prompts below, pick one (or more!), and get to writing.

Also, please feel free to comment on this post to bounce around ideas, ask questions, or share which prompt(s) you're working on. 

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Prompt #1: JDK 13 Reviews

JDK 13 brought two major feature changes: raw string literals and text blocks. We've published several articles and publications on this release but not many all-encompassing reviews on JDK 13 itself.

For those who have already switched, what are your thoughts? Is it worth it, or are you planning to wait around for JDK 14 instead? We would love to know your thoughts.

Prompt #2: Scala Tutorials

Scala is becoming one of the most prominent JVM languages out there, and we can't get enough tutorials on everything from just getting started; using specific features like forall(), type inferences, and lazy computation; or broader topics like FP in Scala or building reactive web applications.

No matter where you are in your Scala journey, we'd love to have more DZone contributors writing and sharing how they are building Scala applications. 

Prompt #3: Which Version of the JDK Are You On?

JDK 13 came out last month. And a lot of developers are already making the switch. But, there is still a large number of developers using Java 8 and 9. Which version of Java are you on? And why? Do you think you will be switching any time soon? What are your biggest concerns over making the switch?

Once again, please feel free to comment on this post to share your thoughts, ideas, questions, or other article ideas on what you would like to see on DZone! The sky's the limit!

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