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Published: Sep 11 2008 / 11:07

Java SE 5's annotations were one of the most profound additions to the Java language, offering a means of providing metadata about your code to be processed by the compiler or tools, or even at runtime. While many external projects and products have adopted annotations quickly and enthusiastically, the JDK itself continues to make only minimal use of annotations, even in Java SE 6. However, as Elliotte Rusty Harold reports in this latest installment of The Open Road, that's about to change.
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