Which Features Do Developers Really Want to See in Java 9? You Decide

 ● 15th Oct 2014

1 min read

Java is evolving right before our eyes, what do you have to say about it?

Java 9 is fast approaching, and with more features being added rapidly, we decided not only to cover the already chosen features, but rather ask the Java community – What do YOU want to see in the upcoming version? This is your chance to make your voice heard. Which new features are you waiting for the most? Which features do you feel are unnecessary and don’t actually do any good?
We’re looking forward to hearing your thoughts about project Jigsaw’s promise and other major changes you’d like to see coming to the JDK near you. Selected answers will be published together with all the results (Answers are anonymous but feel free to tell us who you are).

Let us know what you think!


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Alex is the Director of Product Marketing at OverOps. As an engineer-turned-marketer, he is passionate about transforming complex topics into simple narratives and using his experience to help software engineering navigate their way through the crowded DevOps landscape.

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