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  • Microsoft OpenJDK Introduces Experimental Feature for Improving Escape Analysis

    Microsoft announced an experimental feature, still under development, which improves the performance of escape analysis by increasing the opportunities for scalar replacement. Currently the feature is only available for Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, but might become part of OpenJDK in the future.

  • 11 Puzzles from JDK11: Hanno Embregts on Java Certification at Devoxx UK

    As part of his talk given in front of Devoxx's audience, Hanno Embregts shares 11 crazy things he learned on his path towards Oracle Java 11 certification. Even though having a career spanning of almost one decade and a half, these Java curiosities still needed to be ironed out while preparing to become common practice afterwards.

  • Quarkus 2.0 Delivers Continuous Testing, CLI and Supports Minimal JDK 11

    Red Hat has released Quarkus 2.0 with new features such as continuous testing, a new CLI, and developer services. This version upgrades its core as well, moving to JDK 11, Vert.x 4.0 and MicroProfile 4.0, promising to have a seamless upgrade experience. InfoQ reached out to the Quarkus’ core team members to provide a brief description on the benefits of each newly-added feature in Quarkus 2.0.

  • GraalVM 19.3 Brings JDK 11 Support

    GraalVM, a polyglot virtual machine that provides a shared runtime to execute applications written in multiple languages like Java, C, Python, and JavaScript, has released version 19.3 with support for JDK 11. Previous versions of GraalVM were based on JDK 8.

  • Apache Releases NetBeans 10.0 Featuring Enhanced Support for JDK 11

    The Apache Software Foundation recently released NetBeans 10.0 featuring enhanced support for JDK 11, adding support for JUnit 5, and the reintegration of the PHP, JavaScript, and Groovy modules. Apache has committed to two releases in 2019 to include support for JDK 12 and JDK 13.

  • Spring Framework 5.1 Ships with Java 11 Support

    The SpringOne Platform conference got underway in Washington DC this week, with a flurry of new releases and annoucements. During the Tuesday morning keynote, Juergen Hoeller, principal engineer at Pivotal and co-founder of the Spring Framework, talked about Java 8, the new Java release cadence, and the support in Spring Framework 5.1 for Java 11, which was released yesterday.