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New Java SE Release Cadence
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JDK 11 Coming Up!
Among the proposed JEPs are Unicode 10, Flight Recorder and the removal of Java EE and CORBA modules. Read the release notes. Download and test the early access build today!
So far, raw string literals and switch expressions are planned for this release. More features will be announced.
Re-sign Java Code Periodically
Learn why Java signed code needs to be re-signed periodically (even if time-stamped).
With the Java Platform Module System in place since Java SE 9, it is now more viable to decouple JavaFX from the JDK, in order to make it available as a separate download.
the opensource JDK Mission Control (JMC) technology will be available as a separate download to serve both OpenJDK and Oracle JDK users.

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