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Reasons to migrate to JDK7 ?

Jan Goyvaerts
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Performance ? Language features ? Others ?
Roel De Nijs
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I would migrate just for the try-with-resources feature.


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Michael Ernest
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Depends on your current programming role, I think, but SE 7 has a lot of little niceties to it. The biggest win, in my view, in the invokedynamic feature. It doesn't do much for everyday Java users, but it's pretty cool.

I like NIO.2 a whole bunch. try-with-resources is pretty nice too.

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