What developers want for future Java standards

The Java Community Process is the mechanism for defining specifications relating to Java.  These specifications are called Java Specification Requests (JSR) and there can be multiple implementations, for example, JSR 315 defines the latest servlet standard and software such as Tomcat and Glassfish implements this standard.

The London Java Community have a vote on the Executive Committee of the JCP which sets out the overall direction of the JCP and represents the interests of both its direct members and also the general membership of the Java community at large.  In order to complement the many informal discussions with developers that we regularly undertake the JCP Committee decided to run a survey in order to reach a wider audience.

Here’s a summary of the 322 responses that they had!
Read it HERE!


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