Java 7 D-Day is here

So we've made it to the launch of Java 7! If you read this in time, make sure to attend the live webcast or a JUG event nearby.

You can also watch this recent Java 7 video with some of the key people behind this release.

Duke Forward

To celebrate this day we now have a Release Candidate build (b147) available and all final JSR's on the final approval ballot with results dues on July 18th. The final bits should be available as planned later this month.

Note also that the Oracle JDK Mac OS build will take a bit longer to be released. In the meantime you can read this OpenJDK wiki page to either build yourself or get a community-contributed binary.


Great news I look forward to starting to work with it. I have 2 questions.
1. Will Java 7 be available via the java updater?
2. Will Java 7 be used when java.deploy is used for checking for existing java installed on the client and if no java is found Java 7 will be downloaded?


Posted by guest on July 07, 2011 at 01:40 AM PDT #


I am wondering what the performance difference for version jre 7 version versus the latest release of version or jre 6. Has there been some testing to obtain performance metrics?


Posted by guest on July 07, 2011 at 01:46 AM PDT #

please try asking those good questions at the webinar that is about to start!

Posted by Alexis MP on July 07, 2011 at 01:51 AM PDT #

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