The Enterprise Edition of the GraalVM, Oracle's "universal virtual machine," is now available, free of charge, with a Java SE subscription, Oracle announced.
The Eclipse Foundation's move to Europe continues apace with the formal establishment last week of its new international non-profit association in Brussels, Belgium.
A conversation with Bruno Souza, founder and leader of the Brazil-based SouJava, the largest Java user group in the world, about the Eclipse Jakarta EE 9 release and the evolution of the Java ecosystem.
Software development and collaboration tools provider Atlassian has announced four new features in its Jira Software Cloud designed to allow developers to visualize and measure progress "from idea through to production" across Atlassian and third-party tools.
Instana announces the availability of automated distributed tracing for Lambda functions written in Java or Go.
The Eclipse Foundation's Jakarta EE Working Group today announced the release of the Jakarta EE 9 Platform, Web Profile specifications, and related TCKs.
Azul Systems and Payara have extended their agreement to ship Azul's Zulu Enterprise builds of OpenJDK with Payara Platform Enterprise.
The latest point release of Kotlin delivers fixes and performance improvements for existing features, along with new experimental features and a call from the Kotlin team for feedback.
Oracle Labs announced the release of GraalVM 20.3, the final feature release for this year of the Community and Enterprise editions, and the first long-term support (LTS) release of GraalVM Enterprise.
Specops Software sifted data from Ahrefs.com using its Google and YouTube search analytics tool to surface a list of the programming languages people most want to teach themselves. Python and Java topped that list.
Azul Systems announces plans to deliver OpenJDK builds for the new Apple Silicon machines, giving developers native Java support for current and popular Java versions.
Diffblue makes a free version of its AI-powered Java unit testing solution available for developers on open source software projects.
This week, under the auspices of the Linux Foundation and the newly formed Reactive Foundation, Jonas Bonér and a veritable crowd of collaborators published an updated and expanded version of "The Reactive Manifesto" entitled "The Reactive Principles."
Application performance monitoring (APM) solutions provider Instana adds PHP and Python to the list of languages supported by its continuous production profiler.
Oracle publishes its last Critical Patch Update of 2020, including 402 patches across its product groups, but only 8 vulnerabilities affecting Java SE, the highest CVSS score of which was 5.3.
Open-source Java platform provider Azul Systems is offering a new series of migration tools and services designed to help enterprise and public sector IT teams transition from proprietary Oracle Java SE to its Zulu builds of OpenJDK.
The decade-long court battle between Google and Oracle over 37 Java APIs Google used without Oracle's permission in its Android mobile operating system is finally coming to an end. Oral arguments before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ended on Friday.
JetBrains officially announces a new release cadence for Kotlin and the IntelliJ Kotlin plugin. Users can expect new releases of Kotlin 1.x every six months.
In-memory computing platform maker has Hazelcast is adding new features and enhancements to its namesake Java-based in-memory data grid, including new support for SQL and Kerberos.
Oracle today announced the general availability release of Java 15 with new functionality, preview features now finalized, incubating features in preview, the continued modernization of the existing code, and a host of bug fixes and the deprecation of outdated functionality.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces the preview release of the AWS Common Runtime HTTP Client supported in the AWS SDK for Java 2.0.
A UK-based startup founded by University of Oxford researchers launches an AI-powered Java unit testing solution, including a free-for-Java-devs Community Edition.
The results of the September TIOBE Programming Community index are in, and the C language tops the list again with a slight uptick from August of last year, and Java comes in second with a slip over last year. But three languages--C++, C#, and R--have made some fast gains.
The Azure Spring Cloud, a joint project of Microsoft and VMware, is now generally available for developers of Spring Boot-based Java applications,
The latest release of the Kotlin programming language, v1.4.0, is now generally available. This release emphasized performance and tooling, and includes the long-awaited SAM (single abstract method) conversions for Kotlin interfaces.
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