Project Jigsaw AIMS to create a simple, friendly and scalable standard module system for the Java platform. This session by Paul Sandoz explains its key goals and design principles, shows its application to the Java platform, and demonstrates how you can use it to create your own modular libraries and applications. Filmed at JAX 2013, Mainz.
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