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Something is Wrong with Java | JDK 11

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A new version of JDK ( Java Development Kit) has been released. And Oracle has changed the licensing of Java. This has created a Potential problem in the IT industry. And this can change the course of Java platform as a whole. In this video, I talk about the same and try to make you understand what has actually happened, why did it happen and what are the potential future repercussions of the same. *** For some reason, I have used the word JDK 10 instead of JDK 11 in the video. I mean JDK 11 everywhere. ***
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Glory Kat777 (3 months ago)
Thanks for the video, I came across OpenJDK and most of my projects are based on desktop applications , do you think openJDK can be an alternative for developers who want build commercial software without being worried by oracle ? Why aren't more devs using openJDK?
Samyak Agarkar (3 months ago)
+Glory Kat777 thanks ❤️
Glory Kat777 (3 months ago)
+Samyak Agarkar thanks a lot for your reply. Take care
Samyak Agarkar (3 months ago)
+Glory Kat777 sure. I will make a video on this
Glory Kat777 (3 months ago)
+Samyak Agarkar As a suggestion, have you considered making video that explains to beginners how to get Started with OpenJDK and OpenJFx?, they to come separately (unlike Oracle's JDK 8). or instead share with us a clear document that explain clearly how to set the installation properly.
Samyak Agarkar (3 months ago)
Yes. OpenJDK is great. But, when I search for "Download Java" , I get Oracle link at the top. What I have seen in my surroundings is, most of my friends have downloaded Oracle JDK. And that is prominent because Oracle is the one which puts most efforts in improving JAVA. I see OpenJDK as an alternative to OracleJDK. Yes, there are a few things different in both, and of course OpenJDK is free for commercial use unlike Oracle's. OpenJDK is a good alternative to it, and Oracle won't (and hopefully can't) worry you when you use it. These things are too shady for me as of now. It's a lot of confusion around this topic in the industry. (Only when some lawsuits will be filed, we would get to know the real face of this) Thanks for the comment❤️ I hope I can provide you with more such topics to get informed and discuss. Thanks again.
Naser Naderi (4 months ago)
you are wrong about java and kotlin. both of them uses JDK . and jdk 11 is not free for commercial uses. that's no matter if you use kotlin or java . you need jdk. that's consist of all platforms that need jdk . like native development for android and .... it's about jdk not java language
Samyak Agarkar (4 months ago)
Sir, freeJDK will be free. In the whole video, I have talked about only Oracle Java. And, sir there is a version of Kotlin that does not require JDK (Native Kotlin). Get the facts right. I believe Native Kotlin is going to replace Java. Otherwise why the hastle to build a new programming language. These people are up to something. Thanks for the comment❤️
S G (5 months ago)
How uninformed. Java is as free as before. The only thing that changes is that the OpenJDK is the new baseline: Windows developers need to download the JDK everyone else was using for years. http://jdk.java.net/
Samyak Agarkar (5 months ago)
Yes. Thank you so much for the comment😊
S G (5 months ago)
Then please change the title aswell. Also its worth to be mentioned, that many alternatives (OpenJDK, OpenJ9, etc) exist, with emphasis on the OpenJDK being the reference.
Samyak Agarkar (5 months ago)
Sir/Ma'am Oracle JDK 11 release is not free for commercial use. Please look at the screenshots of license in the video. I am pretty sure I am talking only about Oracle's JDK in the entire video. Yes, OpenJDK and other implementations of JDK will still be free. Thanks for the comment❤️

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