JVM

  • What is JVM Bytecode?

    Everyone who programs in Java, or any of the other languages built on top of the Java Virtual Machine (Scala, Closure, Kotlin, Groovy, Nashorn, Jython, JRuby, et al.) is familiar with the term “bytecode.”

    But how many of us understand what JDK bytecode actually is?

    Avatar
    Kevin Farnham
  • Fantastic JVMs and Where to Find Them

    OpenJDK, being open sourced, has builds provided by plenty of vendors. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some vendors shipping supported versions of OpenJDK (in alphabetical order, distribution(s) in parenthesis):

    – AdoptOpenJDK
    – Alibaba (Dragonwell)
    – Amazon (Corretto)
    – Azul (Zulu, Zing)
    – BellSoft (Liberica)
    – Red Hat (Red Hat Builds of OpenJDK)
    – Oracle (Oracle JDK, Oracle OpenJDK)
    – SAP (SapMachine)

    Avatar
    Marcus Hirt

Subscribe to foojay updates:

https://foojay.io/feed/
Copied to the clipboard