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 EC has been devoting a lot of energy to recently is the adoption of the Java platform, post-JDK 8. Ordinarily, this would be a discussion […]
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. The previous post described all the changes in JDK 9 that might cause problems for application migration. Since all the changes in JDK 9 are […]
Zulu 10 Has Landed
In a previous blog post, I went into great detail about all of the 109 new features I had managed to uncover that are included in JDK 10. Given that it’s only six months since the release of JDK 9, this is an impressive feat on the part of the Java Platform Group at Oracle. […]
109 New Features In JDK 10
It feels like it was only a few weeks since JDK 9 was launched, and that’s because it was. Things move on, however, and with the new release cadence for OpenJDK, JDK 10 has already reached the release candidate milestone. I’ve seen a variety of blog posts on the subject of what’s new in JDK […]