On March 22 we released JDK 18, the next release of Java in the six-month release cadence, and the first release after the long-term support release of Java 17 last September. Learn what’s new in JDK 18 in the Oracle Developer Live – Java Innovations sessions at the link below, and what’s coming in future releases at https://jdk.java.net/.
Oracle delivers long-term support releases of the Java platform every two years. Learn about the innovations in the latest release for Java 17 from the September 2021 Oracle Developer Live—Java Innovations event.
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