Windows 10 and my development tools

Just wanted to do a quick report of my experience so far with Windows 10 and what I normally use for work and for fun.

This test was done in an Alienware 17 and is not an intensive or official test:

Windows 10 + Oracle JDeveloper 11g (11.1.1.8 and 11.1.1.9)

Everything working fine so far, running and deploying ADF and Portal applications working as usual.

Windows 10 + Oracle JDeveloper 12c (12.1.3)

Not good so far, the IDE feels a bit slow and starting the embedded WebLogic takes ages. Once this is running deployment works fine with average performance. I’ll keep running some tests. If someone has the same experience please let me know.

I only ran this test with JDveloper Studio for SOA and BPM 12c.

Windows 10 + Anypoint Studio + Mule 3.7

This was not affected at all, although I just used this version with Windows 8 for a couple of days, being this said, performance and functionality both look great in this version.

Windows 10 + Anypoint Studio + Mule 3.6

Everything working fine so far

Windows 10 + VMWare Player

Not affected, so far.

Windows 10 + Virtual Box

Not affected, so far.

Windows 10 + Boot2Docker

Working fine, performance and functionality both seem to be ok.

So as a conclusion the only product affected so far has been Oracle JDeveloper 12c

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3 thoughts on “Windows 10 and my development tools

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      1. Yes, actually it’s OK.

        Incorrectly, I just copy-paste the current batch to another new flow. That is the root cause of this issue. Somehow, mule cannot deploy it although all required namespaces were added.
        Now it’s solved, after I freshly created a new batch (by drag and drop from palette to canvas)

        Thanks for your attention,
        Sulthon

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