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  • Structured Concurrency in JDK 21: A Leap Forward in Concurrent Programming

    JEP 453, Structured Concurrency (Preview), has been Integrated from the Targeted status for JDK 21. Formerly an incubating API, this initial preview incorporates enhancements in response to feedback from the previous two rounds of incubation: JEP 428, Structured Concurrency (Incubator), delivered in JDK 19; and JEP 437, Structured Concurrency (Second Incubator), delivered in JDK 20.

  • Java 20 Delivers Features for Projects Amber, Loom and Panama

    Oracle has released version 20 of the Java programming language and virtual machine with a final feature set that includes seven (7) JEPs. This release features JEPs that provide continued contribution toward Project Amber, Project Loom and Project Panama along with new rounds of preview and incubation.

  • Java 19 Delivers Features for Projects Loom, Panama and Amber

    Oracle has released version 19 of the Java programming language and virtual machine with a final feature set that includes seven JEPs. This release features JEPs that provide continued contribution toward Project Amber, Project Loom and Project Panama along with a new feature that ports the JDK to the Linux/RISC-V instruction set.

  • JDK 19 and JDK 20: What We Know So Far

    JDK 19, the second non-LTS release since JDK 17, has reached its initial release candidate phase with a final set of seven (7) new features, in the form of JEPs, that can be separated into three categories: Core Java Library, Java Specification and Hotspot Compiler. We examine JDK 19 and predict what features may be targeted for JDK 20.

  • JEP 428: Structured Concurrency to Simplify Java Multithreaded Programming

    JEP 428, Structured Concurrency (Incubator), has been promoted from Proposed to Target to Targeted status for JDK 19. Under the umbrella of Project Loom, this JEP proposes simplifying multithreaded programming by introducing a library to treat multiple tasks running on different threads as an atomic operation. It will streamline error handling, improve reliability, and enhance observability.

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