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  • PyTorch 1.4 Release Introduces Java Bindings, Distributed Training

    PyTorch, Facebook's open-source deep-learning framework, announced the release of version 1.4. This release, which will be the last version to support Python 2, includes improvements to distributed training and mobile inference and introduces support for Java.

  • Equifax Hackers Charged with Crime

    The United States has charged four members of the Chinese military with hacking Equifax. The attack on Struts2 Deserialization can be detected by a suite of tools.

  • The Jakarta EE 9 Delivery Plan

    Anticipating a mid-2020 GA release, the Jakarta EE platform project team presented the formal Jakarta EE 9 delivery plan to the Jakarta EE steering committee. It is expected that Jakarta EE 9 will be a stable tooling release from which vendors can support the new jakarta package namespace. Jakarta EE 9 may be considered a foundation for innovation to drive new features in Jakarta EE 10 and beyond.

  • Developer Surveys Survey: Including a Spotlight on Java Results

    JRebel and Snyk have recently published their Java/JVM technology reports, and Codingame and Tiobe have published reports into language usage and adoption. InfoQ looks at the state of play of these reports, and what is happening in the Java and wider ecosystems today.

  • Java Flight Recorder Coming to OpenJDK 8

    Java Flight Recorder, originally open sourced in Open JDK 11, is being backported into the mainline Open JDK 8 tree as it comes out of its early access release. Together with JMC 7.1, available from Azul, flight recorder profiling will become accessible to users of both Open JDK 8 and Open JDK 11.

  • The Java EE Guardians Rebrand as the Jakarta EE Ambassadors

    Under the auspices of the Eclipse Foundation, the rebranding of the Java EE Guardians to the Jakarta EE Ambassadors has been completed. They were a driving force that ultimately led to Oracle open-sourcing Java EE and transferring ownership to the Eclipse Foundation. Reza Rahman, program manager, Java on Azure at Microsoft, spoke to InfoQ about this rebranding.

  • Ballerina - An Open Source JVM Language and Platform for Cloud-Era Application Programmers

    Open-source technology company, WSO2, has released Ballerina 1.1.0 with new features including: the new Ballerina Tool, enhanced IDE support for VSCode and IntelliJ IDEA; and improved performance in runtime type checking and creating and accessing maps, arrays and records. Lakmal Warusawithana, senior director, cloud architecture at WSO2, spoke to InfoQ about this latest release.

  • Sonatype Disables Unencrypted Access to Maven

    Sonatype has disabled unencrypted HTTP access to Maven Central, improving security for build systems such as Maven, Gradle, SBT, and other dependency systems.

  • Gradle 6 Brings Significant Dependency Management Improvements

    Gradle, the customizable open source build automation tool, has released version 6.0 with significant improvements to dependency management, out of the box support for javadoc and source jars, and faster incremental compilation of Java and Groovy code. In addition, the latest release 6.1.1 supports a relocatable dependency cache for speeding up ephemeral CI builds.

  • Deep Java Library: New Deep Learning Toolkit for Java Developers

    Amazon released Deep Java Library (DJL), an open-source library with Java APIs to simplify training, testing, deploying, and making predictions with deep-learning models. DJL is framework agnostic; it abstracts away commonly used deep-learning functions, using Java Native Access (JNA) on top of existing deep-learning frameworks, currently providing implementations for Apache MXNet and TensorFlow.

  • Apple Open Sources ServiceTalk to the Java Community

    Apple has open-sourced ServiceTalk, a JVM network application framework that provides a common and extensible networking abstraction built on top of Netty. ServiceTalk was conceived to improve low-level abstractions provided by Netty such as threading and usability. The goal of open-sourcing ServiceTalk was to provide building blocks that would enable contributions from the Java community.

  • JakartaOne 2019: Livestream 7pm to 1am Summary

    The JakartaOne Livestream global virtual conference was held on September 10th, 2019, with 19 one-hour sessions. It provided insights into the current state and the future of Jakarta EE and MicroProfile technologies, focused on cloud native Java development. The sessions included keynotes, demos, panel discussions, and upcoming specifications delivered by an all-star cast of Java luminaries.

  • Java 14 Is in Feature-Freeze and Release Rampdown

    JDK 14 is now in Rampdown Phase One - meaning that the overall feature set is frozen and no further features will be targeted to this release.

  • Red Hat Releases WildFly 18 Featuring Support for Jakarta EE and MicroProfile

    Red Hat has released version 18 of their WildFly application server featuring support for Jakarta EE 8 and MicroProfile 3.0. Other features include alignment with the Jakarta EE APIs, support for JDK 13, and enhancements to security, clustering and EE subsystems, especially in the areas of EJB and RESTEasy.

  • Supreme Court to Have Final Say in Oracle v. Google Java API Battle

    Following our story that Oracle was seeking $8.8 billion in damages from Google, the Supreme Court of the United States has decided to hear Google’s petition appealing that its use of open-source Java Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to build the Android platform violated Oracle’s copyrights.

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