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Discussion on: Java 11's Future

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Joe DuVall • Edited on

I read that Oracle traditionally uses OpenJDK to build its Oracle JRE, which tells me that OpenJDK is more than up to the task as a drop-in replacement for Oracle's JDK.

That doesn't mean there may not be bumps and hiccups when migrating projects. I imagine most projects won't notice a difference. However, larger enterprise solutions may have a sticker transition.

P.S. Check out adoptopenjdk.net for an easy way to grab OpenJDK

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Adarsh Author • Edited on

Thanks for sharing the link. It's gonna prove quite useful to a lot of people