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Java Mini Puzzler

, 1 May 2009
Three examples of Java code that doesn't do what you'd expect
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BurkHufnagel
Architect LexisNexis
United States United States
Burk Hufnagel has been creating positive User Experiences since 1978 and is a Lead Software Architect at LexisNexis. Burk spends most of his life designing and crafting software, and has made a habit of creating practical solutions for difficult problems.
Recent achievements include co-authoring "97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know", speaking at JavaOne 2008, and being a speaker and mentor at the 2009 IT Architect Regional Conference in Atlanta, GA.

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