Microsoft announces support for Java in Azure Functions

Stuart Sumner
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Support for Java has been the community's top request since Function's launch
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Support for Java has been the community's top request since Function's launch

Support for Java has been the community's top request since Function's launch, according to Microsoft

Microsoft's Azure Functions, a platform for developing serverless applications, has added support for the Java programming language. Nir Mashkowski, partner director of program management, Azure App...

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