Coming up...

News

Java security patch breaks Guava library

As reported in http://jaxenter.com/java-security-patch-breaks-guava-library-49360.html :

"A small security fix in Java update 51, released last week, appears to be incompatible with the popular Google Guava library."

JEP 188: Java Memory Model Update

Doug Lea has introduced this JEP which  "serves to provide information and guidance for efforts bearing on shared-memory concurrency, including those on Java SE specification updates, JVM concurrency support, JDK components, testing, and tools."

The motivation for this seems to be to fix issues with the memory model brought on by changes in technology, mainly parallelism, and limitations in the current model shown up by new software and techniques. The model was last revised in JSR 133.

CJUG Changes a bit

In case you hadn't noticed CJUG is now CJUG, yes, amazing, I know! After canvasing widely we have substitued J instead of Java indicating that we do much more than just Java. The J stands for JVM, Java, Javascript and "Just about anything to do with coding."

We trust you'll enjoy the continued focus on bringing interesting topics to Canberra and opportunities to network with other people with the same interests.

News from OTN Java

otnjava

  • Java Champion Heinz Kabutz shares his insights into Java and reflects on his life as a developer on Crete.
    • Check out this growing collection of short techincal how-to videos on using the #1 application server for C, C++, COBOL, Java and dynamic language applications in private cloud or traditional data center environments.
      •  
        Powered by Y! Pipes


        If you are interested in presenting to our group, please email or call Peter McNeil on 0418 482 545.


        meeting1.jpg


        Copyright © Nerderg 2010