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This week, we're delighted to have Nicolai Parlog helping to answer questions about the new book The Java Module System.
See the table of contents or read sample content online.

The promotion starts Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 and will end on Friday, September 6th, 2019

We'll be selecting four random posters in this forum to win a free copy of the book provided by the publisher, Manning.


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Please see the Book Promotion page to ensure your best chances at winning!

Posts in this welcome thread are not eligible for the drawing, and should be reserved for welcoming the author. Questions posted in this topic are subject to removal.
 
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Nicolai Parlog, welcome to the Ranch and enjoy the stay!
 
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Welcome Have a good time. I hope you have lots of interesting questions.
 
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Hi everyone, nice to meet you. 👋 I'm happy to take all your module system questions, but you can also try me on everything else from Java 8 or later, including stuff like release cadence, support, licensing, etc - no promises, but I'll do my best to answer.
 
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A very warm welcome to Nicolai
Looking forward to the Q & A on jigsaw.
 
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Hi Nicolai, Great to see book on Module system. Does this book also includes JDK 11 changes?  
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:This week, we're delighted to have



Hi

This book seems to be very hiighly
valuable since  it deals with creation of jar file that is totally different from that
of our old method..Also it does not deviate from the  tradional  jar .Thus it is
like wearing different hats to suit the context So i say it is Six Thinking Hats
that was long ago very dominant .
My hats off to  you ,in wishing a very delightful  Best of the lot Cheers '
As
CRMK
 
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Milan Bhagwat wrote:Hi Nicolai, Great to see book on Module system. Does this book also includes JDK 11 changes?  



Yes, it's up to date with Java 11. That wasn't difficult, though, because there's only really one important module-system-related change between 9 and 11 and that's the removal of the Java EE modules.
 
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Welcome Nicolai !
Great to see you here !
I am sure your book is a very valuable source for those who want to learn Java modules better.
Cheers,
MZ
 
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Nicolai Parlog wrote:

Milan Bhagwat wrote:Hi Nicolai, Great to see book on Module system. Does this book also includes JDK 11 changes?  



Yes, it's up to date with Java 11. That wasn't difficult, though, because there's only really one important module-system-related change between 9 and 11 and that's the removal of the Java EE modules.


And the JRE no longer being available as a standalone download. Everyone has either the JDK or a jlink packaged version for Java 11 projects.
 
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Hey everyone, it was fun to be here. I have too many balls in the air as it is, though, so I won't regularly scan the forum. If you have any questions or want to get in touch, hit me up on Twitter - I'm @nipafx. 👋
 
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Thanks, Nicolai!
 
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