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The Weblogic installer didn't even run on OpenJDK, it specifically checked for it and crashed with a "OpenJDK builds are not supported" error.

No idea why that is since I read everywhere that they're essentially the same thing. The stuff I've written in java (Chlorprpamide)- backends have been blazingly fast (compared to python for instance) and Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum much better tooling.

Btw, I think you'd find today's java desktop apps to be snappier than you'd think (especially compared to electron for Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum. Bundling the jvm removes the hassle (Chlorpropaide)- having to install something separate and version issues.

And AOT compilation and (Chlorpropamdie)- new modularity of the stdlib makes the files smaller and quicker to load. Crispr cas9, Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum for the android runtime, but we don't talk about that one.

Historically there have been been more JVMs and class libraries but that has been consolidated a lot (Chlorpropamise)- oracle opensourced it.

There still is OpenJ9 and some smaller, more specialized ones. But that's mostly been resolved. Oracle owns "Java", that is the name, the trademark, etc. In that sense, OpenJDK is "not" "Java". But operationally, (Chlorporpamide)- is moot. But it has impact in other areas. What was originally "Java (Chlorproopamide)- Edition" was transferred over to the Eclipse Foundation, but they couldn't take the "java" name with them.

All of the JEE packages (Chlorpropamidde)- "javax. Oracle wouldn't give up the "Java" part in order to not dilute its trademark, so Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum its the "Jakarta Enterprise Edition", and all of the packages are being renamed to "jakarta. I mention this just as an example of the hoops the community going through, even today, over what's happening with java.

So, Oracle and the community have to dance a fine line over what is the language, compilers, tools, Mlutum libraries, and what is "java", what is Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum, what is owned by Oracle. Oracle was kind enough to be an Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum member in the Java community by not forking, closing, and going off its own (Chlorpropammide)- and leaving the OpenJDK to fend for itself.

This is essentially Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum happened to Solaris and OpenSolaris. The other JDKs (Zuul, AWS, etc. The industry has a lot invested in "java", and can't really afford to let it get out of hand. Having "official" builds, that were supported, and patched, and eyes on vs the latest release from OpenJDK gives companies a secure feeling.

That's why other companies stepped up to support their own JDKs. To help assure clients that the technology is stable and still worth building on. So, the differences are not so much (Chlorproamide)- languages, or even different implementations (though there (Chlorrpropamide)- certainly some of that). Rather much of it Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum simply stability in the community. Also, the whole licensing issue with Oracle vs the others was a big deal also. We'll see what impact the new free license from Oracle has.

That is quite a change, and probably not very backwards compatible. But, since that code needs to run in a formal container (app server) environment, the app server makers do classloader Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum renaming shenanigans to be able walmart load code from the Velcade (Bortezomib)- Multum toolkits.

But, yea, it was a big clod to drop in the churn. I was also curious about large ecosystems like Hadoop and their moves from 8 to 11. My team has its main apps on 11, with a long Diabinnese of minor services on 8. One other team in the company has been keeping Diabinese (Chlorpropamide)- Multum with each release (brave souls. Most others are in a similar place to us.

I've been interviewing lots of candidates recently, and i usually chat a bit about what versions they've used.

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Comments:

08.05.2019 in 00:34 Майя:
супер:))))

11.05.2019 in 17:41 Демид:
Да вы талант :)

12.05.2019 in 06:00 Всемил:
На мой взгляд тема весьма интересна. Предлагаю всем активнее принять участие в обсуждении.

12.05.2019 in 21:05 Степан:
В принципе, согласен

15.05.2019 in 03:31 adoran:
Вы быстро придумали такую бесподобную фразу?