Quarkus has been on our Java radar since its inception, and for a good reason too. A recent update reveals that Quarkus is now compatible with the latest edition of Eclipse MicroProfile. Check in on the latest news and see what’s changed, and what the plans for the future are. Keep an eye out, because the newest edition of Quarkus is on its way and it could arrive any day now.
New Java releases are coming faster than ever, now that we are well into the new six-month release cadence. The number of new features and APIs in each version is less than we’re used to, but the overall rate of change is actually faster than before. See what’s new with Java in this talk by Simon Ritter, CTO of Azul Systems.
The latest version of JUnit has arrived. The Java unit testing framework has performance improvements, new features and minor bug fixes on board in v5.6, but breaking changes have been added as well. Let’s take a closer look and see what has changed for JUnit’s three modules.
The lightweight Java and Kotlin web framework Javalin is updated on a regular basis, and this year’s first minor release is version 3.7. It offers additional features such as rate limiting and brings back a function you may have used in previous versions. Let’s take a closer look.
Weekly Review: Jakarta EE 9 release plan, DevOps trends in 2020 and JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase Two
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, the Java world was even busier than usual: JDK 14 reached another milestone and we got hold of some insider knowledge on the release plan for Jakarta EE 9. The year has just started, so we also took a look at 2020’s five DevOps trends.
Christian Kaltepoth shares some of his insider knowledge from the Jakarta EE universe with a deep look at the Jakarta EE 9 Release Plan. He discusses what’s going on with the documentation, specifications and schedule, and offers some insights into why certain decisions have been made. This release plan is even more ambitious than the one proposed by Oracle, and paves the way for the future of enterprise Java.
Which programming languages do developers love most—and which do they dread? CodinGame has the answers, as the company surveyed more than 21,000 developers. They also took a look at where to find the happiest developers, depending on the countries they work in and the positions they hold.
Java 14 is in development, even if it’s still a few months away. Java 12 and Java 13 each came with a manageable number of new features, and thanks to the new release cadence that probably won’t change for Java 14. We’re keeping track of JDK 14 news, so what’s new? JDK 14 has entered Rampdown Phase Two.
As the date approaches when the US Supreme Court will hear the case of Oracle v. Google, Red Hat and IBM have submitted a “friend of the court” brief in support of Google, justifying why the decision made by the Court of Appeals should be overturned. Let’s take a closer look.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week Quarkus 1.1.1.Final was released, a VS Code update added more features for Java and the winner of the Programming Language of the Year award was announced. Let’s take a closer look.
Perforce, provider of Java tools JRebel and XRebel released survey results tallying nearly 400 Java devs from around the globe. Professional developers shared their favorite tools to use in production, the most common performance challenges they face, what version of Java they use, and how satisfied they are with microservices. Check out the data and get your team on track.
A new version of supersonic, subatomic Java framework Quarkus has arrived, paving the way for the next big release in late January. We also take a look at the contents of Quarkus 1.1.0.Final and see why GraalVM 19.3 support has been delayed until Quarkus 1.2. Let’s take a closer look.
Programming with Java on Visual Studio Code is better than ever. Java on VS Code uses a package of popular Java extensions for the editor. Now, it receives its first update of the year, which includes a few new features, UI changes, and performance improvements. Take a look at the newest update and what it adds to the playing field.