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Poll: What Version of Java are You Using Currently?

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Poll: What Version of Java are You Using Currently?

It's a two-question poll to check something we haven't measured in a while. What version of Java SE are you currently using and do you have plans to upgrade?

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This poll should take you less than a minute, since it's only two questions.  

  1. Which version of Java SE are you working with?

  2. If you have on an older version, do you think your project will move to a new version in the next six months?

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The poll is from the Oracle Technology Network newsletter, so with the DZone community's stats, it should be a pretty broad respondent pool. I'll share the results with you next week!

P.S. If you've already taken the survey, it's just going to go to a Sign up for SurveyMonkey page.

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