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News Grab Bag: Loom Virtual Threads, Lilliput, Pattern Matching, ... - Inside Java Newscast #25#video#project‑loom #tools #project‑lilliput #project‑amber #pattern‑matching #community
Project Loom's virtual threads are merged and ship with JDK 19 - here's to prepare for them. Also, news on Project Lilliput, proposal for record patterns in pattern matching, some astonishing numbers from Sonatype on Maven Central, and the move of OpenJDK to openjdk.org.
Virtual Thread Deep Dive - Inside Java Newscast #23#video#project‑loom
Now that Project Loom's JEP 425 officially proposes virtual threads, it's time to take a close look at them: scheduling and memory management; mounting, unmounting, capturing, and pinning; observability; and and what you can do for optimal scalability - this episode has (almost) everything on virtual threads!
Java's Plans for 2022 - Inside Java Newscast #18#video#project‑amber #project‑loom #project‑panama #project‑valhalla
An update on Java's four key projects: Valhalla, Panama, Loom, and Amber - what they're about, where they are right now, and what their plans are for 2022 and beyond.
Project Loom Brings Structured Concurrency - Inside Java Newscast #17#video#java‑18 #project‑loom
Project Loom aims to bring structured concurrency to Java, a concept that compares to "regular" concurrency like structured programming compares to GOTO-programming - let's dip our toes into this new concept. Also: JDK 18 feature freeze, JDK migration guide, and nifty things to do with the new simple web server.
Java Next#talk#java‑next #project‑amber #project‑loom #project‑panama #project‑valhalla
From Amber to Loom, from Panama to Valhalla - the four big projects are entering the home stretch. Time to take a closer look at how they will improve Java.
The State of Project Loom with Ron Pressler#video#conversation #project‑loom
Conversation with Project Loom lead Ron Pressler about the project's core mission, challenges like interaction with debuggers and garbage collectors, the timeline for the next steps, compatibility and more.
Java 2077#post#java‑next #project‑amber #project‑jigsaw #project‑leyden #project‑loom #project‑panama #project‑valhalla
The year is 2077, the Java version is 128. It's not LTS. Here's how Loom, Valhalla, Panama, Leyden, Amber, and Jigsaw pushed humanity to the brink. And how you can save us.