JDK 22: Twice as Good as JDK 11 

The six-month release cadence of the JDK keeps delivering exciting new features to the Java platform and JDK 22 is no exception.

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In this webinar

In this webinar, we'll explore what's new in JDK 22, specifically:

  • Statements before super
  • The finalisation of the Foreign Function and Memory API
  • Unnamed variables and patterns
  • The new class file API
  • Development of String templates, the Vector API, Structured concurrency and Scoped values
  • What stream gatherers do

    At the end of the session, you'll be all ready to move to the next Java version.