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The Oracle licensing model has changed with the introduction of Java 17. Java 17 is issued under the new NFTC (Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions) license. It is therefore again allowed to use the Oracle JDK version for free for production and commercial use. In the same Snyk survey, it was noted that the Oracle JDK version was only used by 23% of the users in a production environment. You should note that the support for the LTS version will end one year after the next LTS version is released. It will be interesting to see how this will influence upgrading to next LTS versions.


make_shared requires that the constructor is public. By requiring a protected Token the constructor cannot be publicly called anymore, so we avoid an incompletely constructed object escaping into the wild.By providing the factory function create(), we make construction (on the free store) convenient.


There is often a choice between offering common functionality as (implemented) base class functions and freestanding functions(in an implementation namespace).Base classes give a shorter notation and easier access to shared data (in the base)at the cost of the functionality being available only to users of the hierarchy.


Large parts of the standard library rely on dynamic allocation (free store). These parts, notably the containers but not the algorithms, are unsuitable for some hard-real-time and embedded applications. In such cases, consider providing/using similar facilities, e.g., a standard-library-style container implemented using a pool allocator.


If threads are unrelated (that is, not known to be in the same scope or one within the lifetime of the other)and they need to share free store memory that needs to be deleted, a shared_ptr (or equivalent) is the onlysafe way to ensure proper deletion.


Using a synchronized_value ensures that the data has a mutex, and the right mutex is locked when the data is accessed.See the WG21 proposal to add synchronized_value to a future TS or revision of the C++ standard.


Usage patterns that are correct with normal lambdas are hazardous with coroutine lambdas. The obvious pattern of capturing variables will result in accessing freed memory after the first suspension point, even for refcounted smart pointers and copyable types.


A lambda results in a closure object with storage, often on the stack, that will go out of scope at some point. When the closure object goes out of scope the captures will also go out of scope. Normal lambdas will have finished executing by this time so it is not a problem. Coroutine lambdas may resume from suspension after the closure object has destructed and at that point all captures will be use-after-free memory access.


Once a coroutine reaches the first suspension point, such as a co_await, the synchronous portion returns. After that point any parameters passed by reference are dangling. Any usage beyond that is undefined behavior which may include writing to freed memory.


The low-level hardware interfaces used by lock-free programming are among the hardest to implement well and amongthe areas where the most subtle portability problems occur.If you are doing lock-free programming for performance, you need to check for regressions.


Assuming that Arithmetic requires both + and +=, we have constrained the user of sum to provide a complete arithmetic type.That is not a minimal requirement, but it gives the implementer of algorithms much needed freedom and ensures that any Arithmetic typecan be used for a wide variety of algorithms.


The Oracle licensing model has changed with the introduction of Java 17. Java 17 is issued under the new NFTC (Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions) license. It is therefore again allowed to use the Oracle JDK version for free for production and commercial use. In the same Snyk survey, it was noted that the Oracle JDK version was only used by 23% of the users in a production environment. You should note that the support for the LTS version will end one year after the next LTS version is released. It will be interesting to see how this will influence upgrading to the next LTS versions.


One of the most significant changes occurring in the architectural and engineering fields over the past 50 years was undoubtedly the introduction of the computer-aided drafting program AutoCAD. Originally released in 1982 as a desktop application, AutoCAD quickly became the pre-eminent program for CAD and along with architects and engineers, is used by project managers, graphic designers, city planners, and a host of other professionals.


Bouldering is a form of free climbing that is performed on small rock formations or artificial rock walls without the use of ropes or harnesses. While bouldering can be done without any equipment, most climbers use climbing shoes to help secure footholds, chalk to keep their hands dry and to provide a firmer grip, and bouldering mats to prevent injuries from falls. Unlike free solo climbing, which is also performed without ropes, bouldering problems (the sequence of moves that a climber performs to complete the climb) are usually less than six metres (20 ft) tall. Traverses, which are a form of boulder problem, require the climber to climb horizontally from one end to another.[1] Artificial climbing walls allow boulderers to climb indoors in areas without natural boulders. In addition, bouldering competitions take place in both indoor and outdoor settings.[2]


In 2012, the IFSC submitted a proposal to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to include lead climbing in the 2020 Summer Olympics. The proposal was later revised to an "overall" competition, which would feature bouldering, lead climbing, and speed climbing.[32] In May 2013, the IOC announced that climbing would not be added to the 2020 Olympic program.[33]


Boulder problems are generally shorter than 20 feet (6.1 m) from ground to top.[1] This makes the sport significantly safer than free solo climbing, which is also performed without ropes, but with no upper limit on the height of the climb.[49] However, minor injuries are common in bouldering, particularly sprained ankles and wrists. Two factors contribute to the frequency of injuries in bouldering: first, boulder problems typically feature more difficult moves than other climbing disciplines, making falls more common. Second, without ropes to arrest the climber's descent, every fall will cause the climber to hit the ground.[14]


To prevent injuries, boulderers position crash pads near the boulder to provide a softer landing, as well as one or more spotters (people watching out for the climber to fall in convenient position) to help redirect the climber towards the pads.[1] Upon landing, boulderers employ falling techniques similar to those used in gymnastics: spreading the impact across the entire body to avoid bone fractures, and positioning limbs to allow joints to move freely throughout the impact.[50]


Java 17 LTS is the latest long-term support release for the Java SE platform. JDK 17 binaries are free to use in production and free to redistribute, at no cost, under the Oracle No-Fee Terms and Conditions License, where LTS stands for long-term support. It was released on September 15, 2021.


Yes everybody is crazy for major updates in this version in order to transduce workflow but developers should be disappointed as there are not such big release update version checks as we can see from the JDK enhancement proposal commonly referred to as JEPS as provided below:


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