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Red Hat Quarkus Java stack moves to OpenShift

The Quarkus framework allows developers to build Kubernetes-native Java applications, now on OpenShift

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How to use typesafe enums in Java

Use typesafe enums to avoid the problems with traditional enumerated types

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JetBrains releases desktop UI framework for Kotlin

Based on Google’s Jetpack Compose for Android, JetBrains’ Jetpack Compose for Desktop takes a declarative and reactive approach to creating user interfaces with Kotlin

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Python soars past Java in Tiobe language index

Python ranks as the second most popular programming language in the November index, with C first and Java slipping to third place

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Azul unveils migration services from Oracle Java

Azul offers two levels of migration services to entice enterprises to make the move from Oracle Java to Azul Zulu builds of OpenJDK

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How to use Java generics to avoid ClassCastExceptions

Learn how Java’s support for generics helps you develop more robust code

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Kotlin queues up new compiler, WebAssembly back end

Project roadmap puts a compiler rewrite, multiplatform mobile development, and WebAssembly at the top of the to do list

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How Oracle v. Google could upend software development

If Oracle convinces the U.S. Supreme Court that APIs are copyrightable, the impact will be felt by software developers across the globe

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Oracle open-sources Java machine learning library

Tribuo offers tools for building and deploying classification, clustering, and regression models in Java, along with interfaces to TensorFlow, XGBoost, and ONNX

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JDK 15: The new features in Java 15

Just-arrived update to standard Java features text blocks, hidden classes, the Z Garbage Collector, and previews of pattern matching and records

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How to use assertions in Java

Use Java assertions to document program correctness and more quickly test and debug your programs

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Bring Elastic Observability to your Java application

How to plan and implement observability of a Java application with Elasticsearch — a step-by-step guide

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Google Java container tech gets extension framework

Google’s Jib allows developers to optimize the creation of Docker containers for Java apps, and tweak the process by customizing plug-ins for Maven and Gradle

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Kotlin 1.4 arrives with IDE and compiler enhancements

New release also features a project wizard for easy creation of projects of different types

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What is OSGi? A different approach to Java modularity

The OSGi approach to developing and deploying modular software in Java offers an interesting alternative to standard runtimes and frameworks, especially for mobile and IoT applications

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Java’s move to GitHub set for September

JDK 16 sources are due to arrive on the popular code-sharing site before the September 15 GA of JDK 15

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Kotlin 1.4 reaches release candidate stage

IDE accommodations, Node.js API bindings among highlights in lead-up to production release

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Python rises in RedMonk language rankings

Python trails only JavaScript while Java slips to third in the RedMonk rankings, its lowest-ever placement

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