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September 21, 2016
Java has always been derided as being too verbose, especially when compared with languages like Groovy or Scala. But, according to Brian Goetz, that's all about to change after Java 9.
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Modularity and new value types could come with Java 9. This could mean improved startup performance and easier programming of arrays.
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