Blog: joda time (stephen colebournes)

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Should you adopt Java 12 or stick on Java 11?
Should you adopt Java 12 or stick on Java 11 for the next 3 years? Seems like an innocuous question, but it is one of the most important dec...
31-10-2018 08:22:12 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Do not fall into Oracle's Java 11 trap
Java 11 has been released. It is a major release because it has long-term support (LTS). But Oracle have also set it up to be a trap (either...
26-09-2018 13:26:27 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Java release chains - Splitting features from security
There is now a Java release every 6 months - March and September. It started with Java 9 and we're about to get Java 11. But should you jump...
20-09-2018 13:36:12 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
From Java 8 to Java 11
Moving from Java 8 to Java 11 is trickier than most upgrades. Here are a few of my notes on the process. (And here are a couple of other blo...
06-09-2018 12:33:31 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Time to look beyond Oracle's JDK
From Java 11 its time to think beyond Oracle's JDK. Time to appreciate the depth of the ecosystem built on OpenJDK. Here are some of the key...
03-09-2018 11:43:39 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Java is still available at zero-cost
The Java ecosystem has always been built on a high quality $free (zero-cost) JDK available from Oracle, and previously Sun. This is as true ...
28-08-2018 09:21:50 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Upgrading to Eclipse Photon
I use Eclipse as my Java IDE. And the new release, Photon is now out. Photon is a large release, with lots of new features. The most importa...
09-07-2018 12:38:18 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
JPMS modules for library developers - negative benefits
Java 9 introduced a major new feature - JPMS, the Java Platform Module System. After six months I've come to the conclusion that JPMS curren...
22-03-2018 13:14:58 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Java 9 has six weeks to live
Java 9 is obsolete in just six weeks. What? You haven't upgraded yet? Well, Java 10 is only going to last six months before it is obsolete t...
05-02-2018 15:19:21 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners
Java SE 9 - JPMS automatic modules
This article in my series on the Java Platform Module System (JPMS) is focussed on automatic modules. JPMS was previously known as Project J...
09-05-2017 09:38:33 joda time (stephen colebournes) Beginners

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