New JAX Mag issue: Java 13 – the JDK’s hidden treasures
Let’s celebrate Java – three times!
It’s that time again: A new Java version is here! Java 13 was launched as planned, six months after the release of Java 12, and again it has some interesting features on board. In this issue of Jax Magazine, we’ve covered them for you in detail.
The good news doesn’t end there, as JavaFX 13 has also been released. The UI toolkit is no longer included in the JDK but has adjusted its new version releases to the new Java release cadence. Find out what’s new here!
Last but not least: Jakarta EE, the follow-up project of Java EE, has announced its first release under the umbrella of the Eclipse Foundation. We got hold of the executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, Mike Milinkovich, and asked him about the current status of Jakarta EE.
Inside this issue
Java 13 – a deep dive into the JDK’s new features
Java 13 – why text blocks are worth the wait
Jakarta EE 8 is sprinting towards an exciting future for enterprise Java
Jakarta EE 8 release – the future is now!
Interview with Mike Milinkovich
OpenJFX 13 – “JavaFX gets its own identity”
Interview with Dirk Lemmermann
JavaFX 13 release
Interview with Johan Vos
The state of DevOps
Kubernetes as a multi-cloud operating system
Multi-tier deployment with Ansible
Do we need a service mesh?
Neural networks with PyTorch
Chi Nhan Nguyen
Machine learning with the Apache Kafka ecosystem
Python: “We see a trend towards adding more and more typing support“
Interview with Oz Tiram