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  • OpenJDK Comes to Windows 10 on ARM

    Microsoft has made its first big contribution to OpenJDK: Porting OpenJDK to Windows 10 ARM (AArch64).

  • Return of the OpenJDK Developers' Guide

    A new version of the OpenJDK Developers Guide is now available, targeted at new and returning contributors and updated for the current reality of the project.

  • AdoptOpenJDK to Become Eclipse Adoptium

    The AdoptOpenJDK project is to move under the Eclipse umbrella as Eclipse Adoptium as part of a transition to an open-source foundation. Having a vendor-neutral open-source foundation to steward the AdoptOpenJDK project will give a strong basis for the future. Read on to find out what it means from a practical perspective and how the transition will play out.

  • Java at 25

    Java is one of the few recent languages (along with only Javascript, Python and C / C++) to have attained the top level of sustained, truly mainstream usage. The language and platform are celebrating their 25th birthday amid ongoing successes.

  • Java 15: the Story So Far

    Java 14 has just been released, but attention is already turning to the next release, with some features already confirmed for the September 2020 release.

  • AdoptOpenJDK Introduces Quality Assurance Program

    AdoptOpenJDK has created a comprehensive set of over 30,000 tests designed to ensure compatibility, performance, and reliability of their JRE distributions. The test suites are small enough to be run regularly by those working on the project, and also benefit those who simply use the project.

  • Java 12 Released with Experimental Switch Expressions and Shenandoah GC

    March 19th marks the release date of Java 12, the latest feature release of Java. With it comes a number of new and noteworthy features and refinements, but this version is not a long-term support release.

  • Amazon Releases Corretto 8 GA: A Downstream Distribution of OpenJDK

    Amazon recently released Corretto 8 GA, a "no-cost, multiplatform, production-ready distribution" of OpenJDK. Corretto was introduced as a preview release last November at Devoxx Belgium by Arun Gupta, principal open source technologist at Amazon Web Services, and Yishai Galatzer, senior engineering manager at Amazon Web Services. Gupta spoke to InfoQ about this latest Corretto GA release.

  • GoDaddy Announces Sponsorship of AdoptOpenJDK to Further its Commitment to a Free and Open Internet

    GoDaddy, the well-known domain name registrar company, recently announced sponsorship of the AdoptOpenJDK community. Charles Beadnall, CTO at GoDaddy, and Martijn Verburg, co-founder and CEO at jClarity and co-founder of AdoptOpenJDK, spoke to InfoQ about this new sponsorship.