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Old developer faithful now offers next-generation Asynchronous Loggers, auto-extension detection, and support for properties.
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San Francisco software giant throws new offering into packed market of ‘transformative’ data-to-gold solutions.
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Java overlords issue 113 critical patches for Oracle Fusion Middleware, Java SE, MySQL Server, Hyperion products and Oracle database and E-Business Suite.
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Built around the Java 8 compatible version of the IDE, the new Spring Tools are swept of bugs and fine tuned with a host of new features.
Oracle spokesman rounds on claims that Java is dead on the retro OS, emphasising that future security patches for J-7 will still be viable.