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BellSoft, OpenJDK distribution vendor and one of the top-5 OpenJDK contributors, today announced that SoftChalk, provider of content authoring software, has adopted Liberica JDK.
JDK Flight Recorder (JFR) is a low-overhead data collection framework for troubleshooting Java applications and the HotSpot JVM, which produces event data flow for further analysis with Liberica Mission Control.
One of the main global trends in IT is the safety of users and preventing the spread of malicious programs, but at the same time, it greatly complicates the life of developers. There are different approaches to solving the issue...
BellSoft, a leading OpenJDK contributor, announced work with VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software. BellSoft will provide their main product, Liberica JDK and full-service support for VMware Tanzu.
Liberica JDK 14 is generally available By changing the cadence of OpenJDK releases two years ago, Oracle accelerated the evolution of Java, which was categorically a positive move
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Liberica Mission Control is a supported build of JDK Mission Control project, also known as Java Mission Control. Liberica Mission Control (LMC) 7.1 is generally available for free download from the BellSoft website.
Liberica JDK optimized packages introduction Today, with the announcement of the general availability of Liberica JDK 8u242, 11.0.6, 13.0.2 BellSoft introduces several changes that will help Liberica JDK customers have a better experience
Oracle Code One 2019: Side Notes On September 16-19, the Oracle Code One conference 2019 threw open its doors to Java developers hailing from all over the world
Liberica JDK is generally available on PowerPC Based on OpenJDK and verified by TCK for Java SE Standard Compliance, Liberica JDK for PowerPC is designed to deliver a more efficient end-to-end developer experience by making the runtime systems more hardware-agnostic.
4 Things you Don’t Want To Do at Code One 2019 Code One 2019 Next week we’ll be at CodeOne in San Francisco. Hopefully, you will be there too, to learn what’s new and Discover the Latest on Java. To help you on your quest…