In this exciting round table panel discussion led by our very own Payara Engineers, we delve deep into the future of the upcoming Jakarta EE 11 in the context of its base Java version - Java 21.
The release of Java 21, the latest LTS Java version, marks an important milestone for the Java Platform. With much anticipated features like virtual threads, sequenced collections and record patterns, Java 21 is the perfect base for the upcoming Jakarta EE 11.
In this expert round table discussion, you will learn what the release of Java 21 means to you as a Jakarta EE developer.
Watch the video to get expert answers to questions such as:
- How will virtual threads affect the performance and scalability of my Jakarta EE applications
- How can I use pattern matching for switch to improve the readability and maintainability of my Jakarta EE code?
- How can I use record patterns to work more efficiently with records in my Jakarta EE applications?
- How can I use sequenced collections to improve the performance of my Jakarta EE applications that work with ordered data?
- How can I use generational low-pause garbage collection to reduce the amount of time that my Jakarta EE applications are paused during garbage collection?
- How can I use string templates to make my Jakarta EE code more readable and maintainable
- How can I use unnamed patterns and variables to write more concise and readable Jakarta EE code?
- How can I use the foreign function and memory API to call code and access memory outside of the Java virtual machine in my Jakarta EE applications?