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Top 10 Java stories of March: Java 12, Angular v8, why not to use Jenkins pipelines for CD & more

It’s the first Monday of the month and that means that it is time for our monthly recap! No, no don’t worry! Although it is April Fools we will not fool you in any way! These are indeed the most clicked news and honorable mentions for March 2019, including the new Java release, Steve Burton’s article on why you should not use Jenkins pipelines for CD & many more!

New Java release is in the house

Java 12 is here!

Java SE 12 is here and even though it’s not an LTS release, it definitely brings some important features to the table. Let’s have a look at the highlights of this new release.

General release is closer than it seems

The second release candidate for JDK 12 is here

The general availability is less than a month away and the second release candidate brings just a single bug fix. The stabilization repository, jdk/jdk12, remains open for P1 bug fixes but for now, let’s have a look at the second release candidate.

Time to say goodbye or not yet?

JDK 12 patrol: Discussion on Raw String Literals (Preview) reignited

The tech world is moving fast and we’re in for the ride! The JDK 12 development repositories are open and we thought it’s time to start a new thread in order to keep track of everything that’s going live. JEP 326: Raw String Literals may have dropped from JDK 12 but the discussion about the feature has been brought back to life. Let’s have a quick look.

In case you missed it

Weekly round-up: JDK 12, OpenJFX 11, Project Helidon & more

Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. JDK 11 is right on our doorstep but that’s no excuse to chill! The tech world is moving fast and we ‘re in for the ride! Last week, we had some more JDK 12 updates, a new Java project from Oracle and much more!

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