OpenJDK Project was under the gun during this year’s FOSDEM event for its misfire regarding the JIRA Bug-Tracker while Java 9 remained at the centre of developers’ attention as open discussions tipped the balance in its favor. The audience also had a chance to witness a conflict between Committers from SAP working on the Hotspot VM and Oracle.
Oracle’s latest JDK update brings a number of enhancements to memory management, Nashorn and JavaFX that should be warmly welcomed in the Java community.
After months of work, a major milestone has been reached for Java’s JDK repository, which now builds warning-free – that’s a whopping several thousand warnings being taken care of.
Project Panama is building a bridge to non-JVM libraries like C and C++. And it could be the most exciting Java 9 feature yet.
Azul’s CEO Scott Sellers speaks to JAXenter about the new Zulu Docker repository.
Oracles latest update to the JDK arrives with much focus on commercial side of Java
New APIs, performance features and modular source code are the first features to be confirmed for Oracles next major Java release
Oracle’s latest Java releases have thrown a spanner in the works for several third-party tools.
OpenJDK has released a sneak peek of Java 9 with basic improvements for early adopters
Oracle JDK Release Manager Mathias Axelsson announces build 128 as the first release candidate build of Java 8
The Java platform VP discusses Java 8, Java EE 7 and beyond with help from a few guests.
Javas steward reveal extra practices to rid the platform of vulnerabilities including extra security fixes, enterprise controls and server side reductions
Adam Bien introduces us to one of the key features of Java EE 7, used for leaner Java RESTful applications.
Finally Oracle have bowed to growing pressure and come up with a quick-fix to the security problems besieging Java.