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Oracle Code One Afterglow

Oracle Code One Afterglow

Earlier this year, Oracle announced that it was “enhancing” the traditional JavaOne conference. Personally, I found this a rather odd way of describing the changes that they had planned. Essentially,…

Category: Events

Measuring Up Java Usage

Measuring Up Java Usage

Today saw the publication of “the largest survey ever of Java developers”, run by Simon Maple of Snyk and Andrew Binstock, Editor of the Java Magazine. As the first of…

Category: Java

Azul and Azure Keeping Java Free Stable and Secure in the Cloud

Azul and Azure: Keeping Java Free, Stable and Secure in the Cloud

The world of Java is going through something of a change at the moment; specifically in the area of how people get updates to the Java Development Kit (JDK) to…

Category: Java

90 New Features (and APIs) in JDK 11

The new six-month release cadence of the JDK means before we’ve even really figured out what the new features are in JDK 10, along comes JDK 11. I posted an…

Category: Java11

Java Still In the Zone

Java: Still In the Zone

This week was the JavaZone conference in Oslo, which I was fortunate to attend again. Looking back, this is the seventh time I’ve presented at this conference. As with other…

Category: Java

The Will of the JDK Using People

The Will of the [JDK Using] People

In an earlier blog, I wrote about what comes after JDK 8. This examined what factors might affect people’s decisions about which version of the JDK to move to after…

Category: Azul Zulu

What Comes After JDK 8?

What Comes After JDK 8?

As the Azul alternate representative on the JCP Executive Committee (EC), I get to attend all the EC meetings and take part in the various discussions. One topic that the…

Category: Azul Zulu

Eliminating Java Update Confusion

Eliminating Java Update Confusion

It has become clear to me, having spoken to many developers at many different events and seen recent postings on sites like Reddit, that there is still a lot of…

Category: Java

Javas Magic Sauce

Java’s Magic Sauce

Or should I say, Java’s Magic Source? If we go all the way back to JDK 1.0, there were 211 classes in the public API. Out of interest, I created…

Category: Java

Algos Odd Lots and Bursty Trading

Algos, Odd Lots and Bursty Trading

Corporate bond traders are following the siren song of electronic trading, according to an in-depth article in the June 15, 2018 issue of the Financial Times. Authors Robin Wigglesworth and…

Category: Azul Zing

How Do We Define Java

How Do We Define Java?

Java is a massively overloaded word. For a start, it is the name of an Indonesian island as well as being a term for coffee. Then we have Java, the…

Category: Java11

JDK 10 Pitfalls for the Unwary

JDK 10: Pitfalls for the Unwary

Now that JDK 10 has been out for a few weeks, I thought it would be a good idea to write a follow up to one of my earlier posts….

Category: java10

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