Java Annotated Monthly: July 2018

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Java Annotated Monthly: July 2018

Want to get up-to-date on the latest happenings in Java? Check out this post to learn more about future events, conferences, JDK releases and more!

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This month’s annotated monthly has a nice wide selection of reading for you to take to the beach, including chunky sections on community and culture, since it’s not always about lines of code.  Or, if you actually are going on vacation, you could just leave all this alone for a while and recharge your batteries. I suggest the latter, although that’s a more difficult proposition if you have kids. You might already be looking forward to going back to work. Anyway, let's get into it!


In this section, we will look at some collections tutorials, information about working with databases, and more general news about Java.

Java Future

With the shorter, faster releases, it’s not so clear which version number certain features will come in, but we can still keep an eye on upcoming features.




It’s summer, so there’s not much going on for the next couple of months in terms of big conferences. It’s a good opportunity, therefore, to let you know about the big autumn conferences that we’ll have a booth at.

And, Finally

News and topics from the IntelliJ IDEA blog that you may have missed:

java ,news ,java collections ,java conferences ,jdk ,eclipse

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