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    Red Hat this week announced the latest release of its Red Hat Runtimes product suite, which includes updates of Quarkus, Red Hat Data Grid, and the Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) expansion pack.

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    Java Devs Using Microsoft VS Code: Upgrade to Java 11 Now

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    Based on the responses of several thousand enterprise developer, the survey provides a fascinating look at the growth of open source enterprise Java, as well as some details on what developer interest in things like microservices and platforms.

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    Eclipse Jakarta EE 9 Reaches Milestone 1

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    Microsoft Collaborating with Red Hat on OpenJDK Port for Windows 10 ARM

    As part of the first phase of the in-progress port, Microsoft will push its development work upstream to the OpenJDK project.

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    Python Edges Out Java in Annual Usage Survey

    The Java programming language continued to be the most popular primary programming language among developers during the past 12 months, according to a new survey, but Python topped the list of most used languages overall during that period.

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    BMC Acquires Mainframe Toolmaker Compuware

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    AWS Boosts Mobile App Development with Amplify Libraries

    Cloud giant Amazon Web Services extended its Amplify family of cloud tools/services for developing mobile apps with new iOS- and Android-specific libraries.

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    JetBrains Plugs IntelliJ IDEA Into Big Data

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    Red Hat Advances Java on Kubernetes with Quarkus

    Red Hat announced that its Quarkus Kubernetes-native Java framework is now fully supported in Red Hat Runtimes. The move advances Java on Kubernetes, the IBM subsidiary said in a statement, “bridging the gap between traditional Java applications and cloud-native environments.”

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    Project Reunion Unifies Win32 and UWP for Developers

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    IBM Watson AIOps Helps CIOs Facing Pandemic Disruptions Automate

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    New No-Cost Tool for Devs To Secure Kubernetes Deployments

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    Gradle 6.4 Released with Support for Java Modules

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    3rd Annual 'Call for Code' Yields Promising Front Runners

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    Brian Gracely, senior director of product strategy in IBM's Red Hat OpenShift group, is the right guy to help developers understand Red Hat's quirky OpenShift feature release strategy.


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