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Oracle JDK now is FREE

Hi everyone! There is a good news for all the Java developers and all the customers using Java under a commercial license : Oracle JDK is available for free starting from JDK 17 (published just few days ago).

With a post on the Oracle Blog on September 14th, Donald Smith (Sr. Director of Product Management) gives us this news, introducing the Java free license. Here is a resume of the post.

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Dario De Santis

Dario De Santis

Senior Developer, writing about Java, Spring, Microservices, Kubernetes and Cloud-native programming. Editor for Javarevisited.

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