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Java 9: Tips on Migration and Upgradability
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| by Bernard Traversat Follow 0 Followers on Dec 03, 2017 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in London Mar 5-9, 2018. Join us!

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Summary
Bernard Traversat reviews the compatibility and upgradability stand taken by leading developer’s platforms (Java, JavaScript, Node.js, Python, Go), covers the new Java 9 features (module system, modular runtime, multi-jar packaging, Jdep, etc), and discusses migration strategies to migrate existing code to Java 9. He provides a number of useful tips to ease code migration to Java 9.

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Bio

Bernard Traversat is the Vice President of Development for the Java SE Platform at Oracle. He manages the development team responsible for the Java Language, JVM, Core libraries, Java UI toolkits, and Java deployment stack for Oracle JDK product. He is also overseeing security development for the Java platform and OpenJDK development.

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