Java's four big projects are entering the home stretch: Amber and Panama have already incubated, previewed, and even finalized some features, Loom and Valhalla are on track to follow soon. Time to take a closer look at how...
- Project Amber makes the language more expressive and ready for today's and tomorrow's problems
- Project Panama cuts through the isthmus separating Java from native code
- Project Loom enables hassle-free and efficient structured concurrency
- Project Valhalla mends the rift in Java's type system and improves performance
After this talk, you will know what to expect from Java in the next few years.
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Here's a good recording of the talk. I hope you'll like it.
I gave this talk a few times before. See below for links to slides (as they were at that very event), videos, and other information.
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Adickesallee 1, Frankfurt
Kassel, Ing.-Schule Universität, Raum HS 0315, Wilhelmshöher Allee 73
Teknologihuset, Pilestredet 56, Oslo
Uni Mannheim A5, 6 im Raum C013
Kiew, Mercure Congress Hall, Track A
Trondheim, Clarion Congress
Gothenburg, Clarion Hotel Post, Brevsalen 1
Urania Berlin, Humboldtsaal
Tallinn, Kultuurikatel, Room 1