Java 13 is already the second release of Java in 2019. In this course, What’s New in Java 13, you'll get an overview of all the important features in Java 13. First, you will learn about API changes, such as updates to the ByteBuffer API. Next, you will discover a preview Java language feature called Text Blocks. Finally, you will look at platform changes, looking at how the JDK reimplements the Socket API and improves upon the Application Class Data Sharing feature. When you're finished with this course, you will be ready to make the most of Java 13 in your own projects.
Sander is a Fellow at Luminis in The Netherlands, where he crafts modular and scalable software, most often on the JVM, but with a touch of TypeScript when needed. He also is a Java Champion and author of the O'Reilly book 'Java 9 Modularity' (see javamodularity.com). As an avid conference speaker, Sander loves sharing knowledge, also through his blog at http://branchandbound.net and as Pluralsight instructor.
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