#Java 6-month upgrade versioning cycle is here. Read more in this blog.
This is serious temptation to just plunge back into the Windows World. EXCEPT I still hate virus software (it is a Virus itself.)
10. Use Apache Commons StringUtils.Replace Instead of String.replace
In general, the String.replace method works fine and is pretty efficient, especially if you’re using Java 9. But if your application requires a lot of replace operations and you haven’t updated to the newest Java version, it still makes sense to check for faster and more efficient alternatives.
One candidate is Apache Commons Lang’s StringUtils.replace method. As Lukas Eder described in one of his recent blog posts, it dramatically outperforms Java 8’s String.replace method.
You’ve all done a Sprint 0. Me too!
Now this article wants to come along and challenge that notion.