Never a dull moment with Java! In the last part of our interview series, our interviewees weigh in on the future of modular Java and present their Java 11 wish list.
Hacker News Hiring Trends rankings and PYPL PopularitY of Programming Language index for April 2018 are out, offering different approaches, different data sources and different, yet interesting results.
Java 10 was released a few weeks ago but we’re still dissecting its most important feature(s), the features that didn’t make the cut and the migration process. Now we’ll find out how our 11 interviewees feel about having two feature releases per year and how the migration process looks like depending on the Java version you’re currently using.
Google’s machine learning framework TensorFlow is on the rise. We spoke to Christoph Henkelmann at ML Conference 2017 about its benefits in the enterprise and the reasons for using Java in this context. Furthermore, we talked about new trends in the world of machine learning.
Java 10 was released a couple of weeks ago but we’re still dissecting its most important feature(s), as well as the features that didn’t make the cut. Now it’s time to talk about migration. Is it a breeze or a tornado? Let’s see what our 11 interviewees have to say.
The weather may be unseasonably chilly, but spring (and Spring Boot 2!) is finally here! We rounded up the top Java stories of March, if you were too busy shoveling snow last month: Java 10, Spring Boot 2, Angular, and more!
Manifold is out of this world: this framework allows developers to dynamically and seamlessly extend Java’s type system. In this article, Scott McKinney explores how the Manifold framework makes Java development more appealing and productive.
It just won’t go away. The legal battle between Google and Oracle shows no signs of stopping. The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently ruled in favor of Oracle. In short, this means Google could owe Oracle billions in damages.
Java 10: What do Java developers want? Projects Amber and Valhalla! When do they want them? When they’re ready!
Java 10 is here. In the first part of this interview series dedicated to the newest Java release, we talked with 11 Java experts about their favorite feature(s). Now it’s time to dig deeper and talk about the features they wanted to see in Java 10 but were not included.
Oracle delivers the new Java 10 just in time with the previously announced deadline. Those who expected big and groundbreaking changes will be disappointed, but there are still a lot of great new features. Falk Sippach, trainer, software developer and project manager at OIO Orientation at Objects GmbH, took a good look at those and will go here into further detail.
We asked what Java version you’re currently using and we received almost 300 answers. Now it’s time to examine the results and see what this means for Java 10.
Big improvements and bug fixes are afoot in Eclipse Oxygen.3. If you want to see what’s new, this video from Holger Voormann explains some of the changes in Eclipse Oxygen.3, including notable improvements to Java, Gradle, and PHP.
Java 10 is here — it may or may not have a lot to offer [it’s up to you to decide] but one thing is certain: it is “the fastest release of Java in its 23-year history.” In the first part of this interview series dedicated to the newest Java release, we talked with 11 Java experts about their favorite feature(s).
Java SE 10 (JDK 10) is here but that’s not the only reason to celebrate: this is also the first release in Oracle’s new six-month cycle. Let’s have a look at the highlights.