Topic: java

SD Times blog: Google vs. Oracle heads to the Supreme Court

The fight between Google and Oracle is beginning to heat up again. Recent reports have revealed the case is moving to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Google and Oracle have been fighting for what feels like forever now. The two companies have been caught up in a legal dispute since 2010. Oracle maintains its position that … continue reading

Python becomes the second-most popular programming language on GitHub

Python is finally beginning to outrank Java. In the beginning of the year, TIOBE Index predicted Python would soon replace Java and that prediction is becoming a reality with the release of GitHub’s 2019 State of the Octoverse. According to the report, Python outranked Java for the first time, becoming the second-most popular programming language … continue reading

Red Hat’s Quarkus sets Java up for a cloud-native world

Red Hat has announced the release of Quarkus 1.0, a Kubernetes-native Java stack built for containers and cloud deployments. According to the company, as application development continues to evolve, Quarkus will work to bring Java into the future and get it ready for serverless, cloud and Kubernetes environments. “Quarkus represents a fundamental shift in modern … continue reading

Oracle launches completely autonomous operating system

Oracle announced the general availability of a completely autonomous operating system at Oracle Code One and Oracle OpenWorld, which kicked off this morning in San Francisco. Both events are focused on developers, with Code One featuring more hands-on workshops, and OpenWorld featuring more panels and discussions on the future of development.  The big announcement this … continue reading

Is Java still relevant?

Java has been around for a long time, and over the past few years it has undergone significant changes to keep it relevant. It is still the most popular programming language among developers, according to JetBrains’ State of Developer Ecosystem in 2019 report. But it may not hold onto that title forever. While it’s still … continue reading

Java 13 now available

Today, at its Code One conference, Oracle announced that Java 13 is now officially available. Like every other Java release since Java 6, it was available in early access preview prior to the official release. These previews give developers the opportunity to try the new version out before using it in their production code.  “[This … continue reading

Jakarta EE now operates under open, community-driven process

After transitioning from Oracle to the Eclipse Foundation in 2017, Jakarta EE (previously known as Java EE), has reached another major milestone.  With today’s release of the Jakarta EE 8 Full Platform and Web Profile specification, the project  now has a new baseline for having an “open, vendor-neutral, community-driven process.” Now, Java vendors, developers, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft acquires jClarity, Julia 1.2 released, and Eggplant’s automated testing capability

Microsoft announced that it is acquiring jClarity to support their continued contributions to open source while driving increased performance for Java workloads on Azure. jClarity is a leading contributor for AdoptOpenJDK, an open-source OpenJDK binaries project.  “The jClarity team are JVM experts who have helped their customers optimize their Java applications while also providing leadership … continue reading

CROKAGE helps developers find Stack Overflow answers

Many developers turn to Stack Overflow to ask questions, share programming knowledge and learn from others, but the amount of information available on the online community can be overwhelming. To tackle this, a group of researchers have developed the Crowd Knowledge Answer Generator (CROKAGE), a new solution designed to help developers easily find relevant information … continue reading

IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2 prepares for the release of Java 13

JetBrains has released a major update to its Java IDE. IntelliJ IDEA 2019.2 is getting ready for the September release of Java 13 with support for Switch Expressions preview feature and its new syntax and the Text Blocks preview feature.  RELATED CONTENT:  JDK 13 reaches Rampdown Phase One New report shows shakeup amongst top programming … continue reading

JDK 13 reaches Rampdown Phase One

JDK 13 has entered Rampdown Phase One, signaling that the new version of Java is just weeks away based on the timeline of previous iterations. The overall feature set is now frozen so further JEPs will be targeted toward the next release. RELATED CONTENT: The rise of Kotlin Here is what you can expect from … continue reading

SD Times news digest: State of CSS 2019, Facebook open sources advanced simulation platform, and VS Code installer for Java

A new survey has been released looking at the state of CSS in 2019. “While JavaScript isn’t going anywhere, it also seems certain that CSS is not going to be replaced anytime soon. And the more powerful CSS becomes, the more valuable mastering it will be,” the report stated. The report looked at CSS features, … continue reading

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