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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 a four-part series this set of results covers which JDK the 10,200 respondents make use of for their main projects. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority are

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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 Java conferences that have been running for many years, the organisation has become flawless. That said, I know the organisers put in an incredible amount

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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 computing platform. Even then, the word has several meanings: are we talking about Java the programming language syntax, Java the virtual machine or Java the

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Duke Takes His Last Tumble

Click here for more info on the rapid release cadence of the JDK When Java was first released, the world was a very different place. This was 1995, and the Internet and World Wide Web were still very much in their infancy. When James Gosling and John Gage demonstrated the WebRunner browser (as it was

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