Java Developer Newsletter
Java Developer Newsletter
March 2020
Latest Release
JDK 15 Early-Access Builds

Schedule, status, & features (OpenJDK)

Release notes
Test results
API Javadoc

Build 12 (2020/2/26)
Changes in this build
Issues addressed in this build

These early-access, open-source builds are provided under the GNU General Public License, version 2, with the Classpath Exception.

Linux / x64 tar.gz (sha256) 197871005
macOS / x64 tar.gz (sha256) 192708287
Windows / x64 zip (sha256) 198109277
Alpine Linux / x64 tar.gz (sha256) 199132199
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bullet How To Securely Program in Java in 2020
by Sam Bocetta
bullet Top five benefits of client-side rendering frameworks
by Cameron McKenzie
bullet Java Flight Recorder and JFR Event Streaming in Java 14
by Ben Evans
bullet Transition from Java EE to Jakarta EE
by Arjan Tijms
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bullet Oracle Database client libraries for Java now on Maven Central
by Gerald Venzl
bullet All in and New GroupIds — Oracle JDBC drivers on Maven Central
by Kuassi Mensah
bullet Java 14 Arrives with a Host of New Features
by Raoul-Gabriel Urma
bullet New programming language rankings: Python now as popular as Java, as TypeScript climbs
by Liam Tung 
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Latest Developments on the GraalVM Project
Latest Developments on the GraalVM Project
Interview with Alina Yurenko
Alina Yurenko, GraalVM developer advocate at Oracle, shares the latest news on the GraalVM project in this interview recorded at JFokus 2020.
OpenJDK Hotspot Compiler Engineering
OpenJDK Hotspot Compiler Engineering
Interview with Nils Eliasson
Nils Eliasson talks about compiler engineering and about his role as a developer on the JRockit Compiler and Runtime team in this interview recorded at JFokus 2020. 
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