Java SE 7 Finally Sees The Light Of Day
Just landing in Europe now for the Phoronix Oslo event taking place tonight in Aker Brygge, but the news on the Internet seems to be that -- at long last -- Oracle has officially released Java SE 7.
Java 7 Standard Edition has been finally released after being in development for more than five years. Major Java SE 7 features, according to Oracle, are: Project Coin, Fork/Join Framework, a new file-system API, and InvokeDynamic.
Project Coin is "many small language changes that add up to a big boost in productivity for developers." The Fork/Join Framework is designed to make Java more parallel for multi-core processors. InvokeDynamic is a new way to make it easier to run other languages on the Java Virtual Machine.
More information on Java SE 7 can be found in this Oracle blog posting.
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