This week's Java news roundup features news from OpenJDK promoting JEP 412 to Candidate status, Object Computing introducing JHipster Micronaut Blueprint 1.0, point releases for GraalVM and Spring Cloud Horton, a new alpha release for Quarkus 2.0, and a call for papers for both EclipseCon and ApacheCon that are currently open.
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OpenJDK が ARM 上の Windows 10 に登場. Microsoft が OpenJDK に初めて大きな貢献をした: Windows 10 ARM への OpenJDK の移植 (AArch64)
Juan Fumero presents TornadoVM, a plugin for OpenJDK that allows Java programmers to automatically run on Heterogeneous Hardware such as multi-core CPUs, GPUs, and FPGAs. He explains what Tornado VM is, what it is good for, what the latest developments on heterogeneous hardware are, and where TornadoVM fits.
The transition of the OpenJDK projects from Mercurial to GitHub will be completed by September 2020. Some of the expected benefits of the new source code management solution are performance and better support for code reviews. OpenJDK has used the Mercurial source code management solution since 2008 to store source code and conduct code reviews. Some of the OpenJDK projects have already transitioned to GitHub and the JDK project will join them when Github becomes the official read/write main repo in September 2020.
This includes massive, root-and-branch changes such as Project Valhalla as well as some of the more incremental deliveries coming from Project Amber - such as Records and Sealed Types.
Java Garbage Collection remains a topic of major interest even after 25 years.