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How to Tell Time in Java’s Garbage Collection

Introduction As I wrap up my internship with Microsoft this summer, I have discovered the value in being confused. The more I learned, the more some things became clearer and the more other things became cloudier. In the end, I am left with a headache of confusion on how to tell time, something I thought I mastered in 2nd grade. Three months ...

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 on Visual Studio Code Update – May 2020

Welcome back to the May update of Java on Visual Studio Code. Your satisfaction continuously motivates us delivering the best product for you. Therefore, whatever it is a new feature or an enhancement, we hope you like it. In this update, we will show enhancements on Java side that make the product more friendly and also answer a frequently...

Java on Visual Studio Code Update – March 2020

In this update, we will show you the performance improvements just released as well as currently under development. You will see Syntax Mode, the newly polished experience for standalone Java files. We'd also like to introduce you to the newly released SonarLint extension which helps you detect code quality and security issues on the fly.

Java on Visual Studio Code Update – February 2020

In this update for Java on VS Code, we will show you the new ways to manage your dependencies and configure your multiple JDK. We will also show you the additional tools you can use with popular frameworks and runtimes such as Spring Boot and Quarkus. There're also a few new code actions and improvements to checkout.
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