Thu, 16 October 2014
After spending some time where the Java language was "stuck" at Java SE 6 because of Oracle buying Sun, Java is moving forward again and companies are starting to leverage some of the new versions. Many companies are starting to move to Java SE 7 since that has been out for a few years and will be the required minimum version of Java EE 7 application servers as those are released. Java SE 8 was also recently finalized and although probably too early for many large Java projects to move to it fully it will help to know what are some of the more significant features of Java SE 8. In this webinar we will focus on the changes in Java SE 7 that projects can use when adopting this environment along with some of the significant features of Java SE 8 to watch out for as that becomes more popular.