With Java 14 having reached general availability last week, work has begun on the successor, Java 15, due in September 2020.
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With the Covid-19 virus putting millions of more people into the “working from home” category, cloud service providers are being put to the test.
Microsoft is previewing F# 5, and upgrade to the vendor's open source, “functional-first” language that emphasises interactive, analytical programming.
Aimed at unifying the .NET platform, .NET 5 will support cross-platform native, web, and mobile development.
GitHub plans to move NPM private registries to GitHub Packages while leaving the public NPM registry in place.
Still the most widely used version Java, Java 8 will be eligible for Oracle’s fee-based support through 2030.
Clojure, a functional programming language for the JVM, is enjoying increased usage in the workplace, according to a user survey.
Addressing performance bottlenecks in the Git distributed version control system, Microsoft has introduced Scalar.
Oracle’s nearly decade-old lawsuit against Google over Google’s use of Java is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
A JDK Enhancement Proposal says introducing hidden classes in Java could make other JVM languages more efficient.
Experimental support allows ASP.NET Core gRPC apps and .NET Core gRPC clients to call gRPC services directly.
Microsoft Application Inspector allows developers to detect the features and characteristics of software components before using them.
Mozilla Developer Network survey indicates broad satisfaction with web technologies, with browser support being the main frustration.
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