The latest, long-term-support release of the Java platform has arrived! Enhance your developer skills and see how Java can help you create the next generation of rich, scalable, secure, and modern applications for a variety of targeted deployment environments. Learn what's new in Java 17 and more in the keynote, technical sessions, demos, panels, and Q&A with industry experts.
Oracle is proud to announce the general availability of Java 17, the eighth feature release and next long-term support release in Java's six-month release cadence. This predictable schedule offers a steady stream of innovations and allows developers to manage the adoption of new features more easily.
The 2020 annual report by VDC Research shows Java as a consistently strong preference among developers for language choice in today's top tech trends. Java users also see productivity advantages in contrast to other development platforms.
Learn about the people and innovations of the last quarter century of Java history. As the most widely used programming language in the industry today, Java is more powerful and relevant than ever before. Take a look back to where it all began.
Stack Overflow celebrates Java in a colorful conversation with Oracle Java leaders. This podcast is full of historical anecdotes on the rise and proliferation of Java, as well as speculation about why it will continue to drive innovation well into the future.
This analyst report considers the history and future of Java and related technologies including GraalVM. The article confirms that Java is the most widely used language in the industry today and is well-suited for an innovative, productive future.
Constellation Research's Holger Mueller and Oracle's Manish Gupta discuss why Java remains so popular 25 years later. (3:56)
Oracle University offers various Java courses so you can stay current with the advancing language and get the certifications you need.
Written for developers by developers, Oracle’s Java Magazine offers helpful programming information to thousands of subscribers.
Java User Groups (JUGs) are groups of volunteers that help users network, share knowledge, and expand their Java expertise more easily.