What are the most exciting future features in Java and JVM?

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  • hades-lang

    A systems programming language compiler

    I'm using LLVM in my hobby project and it would be super nice to not depend on JNI wrappers, which causes some mental overhead and maintenance burden (no disrespect to the java-cpp wrappers library maintainers, they've done a really nice job, wrapping LLVM)

  • qbicc

    Experimental static compiler for Java programs.

    And further to that there's this mail-archive entry and the experiment-in-progress github repo.

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