Bruno Borges

Principal Program Manager, Java Engineering Group

Bruno is Principal Program Manager for Microsoft's Java Engineering Group. Previously the Java lead for Azure Developer Relations. Conference speaker, open source contributor, Java Champion and influencer, Twitter junkie, beer sommelier.

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Additions and Updates to Microsoft Build of OpenJDK

Today we are excited to share two new additions to the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK family of LTS (Long Term Support) binaries: OpenJDK 11 and OpenJDK 17 binaries for Alpine Linux, and OpenJDK 11 for macOS on Apple Silicon. Other platforms have also been updated to the latest versions of OpenJDK following the tags 11.0.14 and 17.0.2. As ...

Microsoft Deepens Its Investments in Java

Today we are excited to announce Microsoft has officially joined the Java Community Process. Along with that, we have also provided updates to Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, enhancements to Java support on Visual Studio Code and GitHub, and more details on Azure's rollout of Microsoft Build of OpenJDK.

July PSU and General Availability Microsoft Build of OpenJDK for M1 and ARM64

Today we are announcing the July PSU for Java 11 and Java 16 for Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, the GA of AArch64 builds, and we are also glad to see the Eclipse Temurin distribution has released its first binaries, including OpenJDK HotSpot for Java 8.

End of Updates, Support and Availability of the Zulu for Azure builds of OpenJDK

Starting January 1st, 2022, Microsoft and Azul will no longer provide updates or support for the Zulu for Azure build of OpenJDK. In addition, repositories, and the user download site for Zulu for Azure binaries may no longer be available after July 1st, 2022.

Announcing Microsoft Build of OpenJDK

Today we are excited to announce the preview of the Microsoft Build of OpenJDK, a new Long-Term Support (LTS) distribution of OpenJDK that is open source and available for free for anyone to deploy anywhere. It includes binaries for Java 11, based on OpenJDK 11.0.10, on x64 server and desktop environments on macOS, Linux, and Windows.

Announcing OpenJDK for Windows 10 on ARM

Today, our team is excited to share that it has completed the first phase of porting OpenJDK™ for Windows 10 on Arm® (AArch64) based devices, and now we are in the process of upstreaming the initial changes to the OpenJDK project.

Java At Microsoft: From OpenJDK to Azure Spring Cloud

It’s been a fantastic year for Java developers. With the increased number of companies supporting the Java platform and providing distributions of OpenJDK, makes the Java ecosystem even stronger and enables customers to further their investments into Java applications. More recently Microsoft acquired jClarity to help form the Java ...

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