In this article, Java champion Lukas Eder looks at Ceylon from a different perspective and discovers that it might be the only (JVM) language which got Nulls right. The roadmap is explained below.
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The Linux experts cloud platform has received an enterprise update to put it on the same footing as the open source offering.
Latest preview of Red Hat JVM language adds tuples, date-time module and an HTTP server.
A response to Gavin Kings Methodology Luddite Manifesto, in which the Ceylon creator disparaged certified scum masters.
Latest release is almost feature-complete, bringing improvements to both the language and IDE.
Ceylon continues to motor towards its first full release, with M3 nearing and other important strides made.
News emerged from JRubyConf that two of the key developers of the JVM language are set to continue their work under the Red Hat banner
Some have called it a Java killer, others have asked why we even need it. Wherever you stand on Ceylon, it’s making quick progress towards its first version as Milestone 2 arrives.
Development environment to go alongside Red Hat’s new JVM-language
Release is ‘major step down the roadmap towards Ceylon 1.0’
Some experts have dubbed the project a Java killer