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Meet Azul Systems at O’Reilly OSCON July 21-23

For the 4th year in a row, Azul Systems will be at O’Reilly OSCON. Join Open Source community members, developers, DevOps and fans of  Voodoo Doughnuts for three-plus days of Open Source discussions and insights. We’ll be at Booth 429 at the Portland Convention Center. At OSCON you can learn more about Zulu, our fully supported

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RedMonk: Widespread correlations across programming-language rankings

On July 15, RedMonk’s Donnie Berkholz published a blog post highlighting the results of the IEEE’s 2014 language ranking study, and compared the IEEE results (which draw upon an additional 12 data sources, with his work at RedMonk. According to Berkholz: “The strongest correlation on the chart, interestingly, is the 0.92 found between Twitter conversation and Google

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Java language architect Brian Goetz on OpenJDK 9 and possible changes in Java Generics

SD Times just ran a great article by Alex Handy that provides a summary of a recent post to Brian Goetz’s blog.  Brian’s post goes deeper into his current thinking, and provides code examples. “He [Goetz writes] that OpenJDK 9 is looking at making generic classes easier to turn into specialized classes. The idea is

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Welcome to Azul’s new blog!

…and welcome to betterjava. We picked the title deliberately, because we are interested in showing what can be done when you deploy a better Java runtime — or when you look for Java support alternatives for your operations or development teams. We’re big fans of Java, and we look forward to working with the Java

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