Java streams is the easiest and most convenient way to operate on collections without altering the underlying data source. Learn more about the types of Java streams and how to choose them!
A JVM uses the memory allocated and divides it into two parts such as stack memory and heap memory. Learn in detail about stack and heap memory, and how to manage them.
Garbage collector is a process run by JVM to recycle unused memory footprints of the applications. Learn more about the working of garbage collection, types of garbage collectors, and choosing and garbage collector.
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