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JDK 11.0.1 is the production-ready open-source build of the Java Development Kit, version 11.0.1, an implementation of the Java SE 11.0.1 Platform under the GNU General Public License, version 2, with the Classpath Exception.
Coming up in JDK 12
So far, raw string literals and switch expressions are planned for this release. More features will be announced for the March General Availability release.
Getting Started Guide on Migration
This guide will help you identify potential issues and give you suggestions on how to proceed as you migrate your existing Java application to the latest JDK release
Oracle has continued to apply the traditions and intent of the OCTLA program as it was originally conceived.
Congratulations to JPoint, a self-driving car; community winners BgJUG (the Bulgarian JUG) and Sharat Chander; developer tools including ClassGraph, Twitter4J, Apache NetBeans and Jelastic; and two open source initiatives, MicroProfile.IO and Project Helidon.
Java SE 11.0.1 with Support
The release is a Long Term Support feature release for the Java SE Platform. Learn more and download Oracle JDK 11.0.1
Update and FAQ on the Java SE Release Cadence
Gain a deeper understanding of the Java SE six-month release cadence previously announced in September 2017.
A Quick Summary of the new Java SE Subscription
Learn more about the Oracle Java SE Subscription offering meant for users/enterprises looking for licensed long term support.
Share Your Feedback on any Oracle Product!
Leave constructive peer-to-peer feedback as an Oracle product user. Oracle values its customers and would love to hear what you have to say.
Get your foot in the door by adding an Oracle Certification digital badge to your resume. To pass this exam you need a basic understanding of Java programming language and concepts
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bullet Step by Step Guide to Migrating a Java 8 Library to the Java Module System.
bullet Working On the Leading Edge - Inside the Java Magazine
bullet How to Send Synchronous and Asynchronous Requests with the Java 11 HTTP/2 API
bullet Developing a Java Module with Eclipse IDE
bullet 4 Essential Tools To Build Java EE Microservices Today
bullet How to Use Query Pagination in Hibernate to Restrict the JDBC ResultSet Size
bullet What's next for MicroProfile and Jakarta EE?
bullet Use Memory Mapping to Compare Files in Java in a Performant, Somewhat Resilient Manner.
bullet FAQ for Local Variable Type Inference (var) in Java
bullet How to Develop Modules with Eclipse IDE
bullet Challenges of Generalization in Machine Learning
bullet Doing Enterprise-Level Data Science with a Skeleton Crew
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