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Java 19 - The Best Java Release? - Inside Java Newscast #27#video#java‑19 #project‑amber #project‑loom #project‑panama
Java 19 is the first release to preview Project Loom's virtual threads and structured concurrency, Project Amber's record patterns, and Project Panama's foreign memory and function APIs. It also continues previews of pattern matching in switch and vector API. Put together, this makes it the most groundbreaking Java release in years and probably for years to come!
All About JDK 18 - Inside Java Newscast #21#video#java‑18 #project‑amber #project‑panama #pattern‑matching #tools #reflection #documentation
Refinements in pattern matching and Panama's foreign and vector APIs; a new command jwebserver and a new IP address resolution SPI; preparing code for UTF-8 becoming the default character set and for the eventual removal of finalization; and a few more bits and pieces.
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.
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.
Incremental Evolution, Pattern Switches vs Visitor Pattern, and Wayland Support - Inside Java Newscast #8#video#java‑17 #project‑panama #pattern‑matching #sealed #patterns
How the six-month release cadence enabled a more incremental evolution of the Java platform and how pattern switches and sealed classes are an alternative to the visitor pattern. Also, maybe Wayland support for Java.
The State of Project Panama with Maurizio Cimadamore#video#conversation #project‑panama
Conversation with Project Panama lead Maurizio Cimadamore about the project's core mission, the split into foreign-memory access and foreign linker APIs, jextract, performance, interaction with Project Valhalla, the timeline, 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.