What is the Java Development Kit (JDK)?

The Java Development Kit (JDK) is a set of software tools and libraries that developers use to create Java applications. It includes everything they need to write, compile, debug, and run Java code.

The main components of the Java Development Kit are javac (the compiler), JVM (the virtual machine), JRE (the runtime environment), debugging tools, a set of standard libraries (Java API), and other utilities.

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Our team prides itself on the quality of the applications they helped produce. That’s why our junior colleagues go through an intensive education and coaching process before they are dispatched to our clients.

This also involves focussing on soft skills: our people are more than just developers, they are active partners that work with you to develop the best possible solution for your business and identify additional opportunities.

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